Musk Endorses Pro-Life Diaper Brand’s Times Square Billboard: ‘Make More Babies’

By Tierin-Rose Mandelburg

In a nation and specifically a city that makes it their goal to kill babies through abortion, this is iconic.

The pro-life diaper brand EveryLife set up a billboard ad in Times Square recently that read “Make More Babies.” To be even more savage, the company used one of Elon Musk’s tweets that read, “Having children is saving the world.” Though Musk didn’t have anything to do with the collaboration for the billboard, he, along with many others, endorsed the message. 

Truly iconic marketing right here.

The ad ran for 30 minutes straight on Wednesday and is scheduled to be displayed sporadically throughout the rest of the week and weekend.

Okay this @elonmusk billboard is epic @everylife https://t.co/InrG3JOZKr pic.twitter.com/7jJQSRYzr6

— ALX 🇺🇸 (@alx) January 17, 2024

In response to seeing the billboard, Twitter CEO Elon Musk said, “I had nothing to do with this billboard, but I definitely endorse the message!”

His response gained tons of users’ and outlets’ support.

Popular conservative commentator Ashley St. Clair met up with EveryLife co-founder and President Sarah Gabel in NYC to see the billboard.

very cool…make more babies!

thanks for inviting me to come see your epic billboard in times square 
@everylife pic.twitter.com/jImrGtsIyt

— Ashley St. Clair (@stclairashley) January 18, 2024

Another conservative commentator, Savannah Hernandez, wrote “We love to see it” with a white heart supporting the billboard.

One user wrote, “This is so beautiful,” while Benny Johnson from The Benny Show called the billboard “epic.” Bethany Hamilton, the woman who gained fame after sharing her story of losing her arm from a shark attack, said, “I choose human life to be of the utmost value” and tagged the diaper brand.

The ad is also accompanied by a new EveryLife video which combats the typical leftist talking point that abortion helps with population control.

We’re sounding the alarm and ready to challenge prevailing narratives that devalue life. Children are our greatest blessing – a gift.

They are our future – and the collective hope of humanity relies upon their existence and growth.

Make More Babies

Join the movement at… 
pic.twitter.com/K2ySLU1vnC

— EveryLife (@everylife) January 17, 2024

Gabel told Fox News Digital the following about the ad:

There’s a profound need for more children in the world, and EveryLife is here to take a bold stance that we disagree with population control ideologies. Our ‘Make More Babies’ campaign isn’t just about promoting our brand — it’s a powerful affirmation of our core conviction that every child is a gift, deserving love, protection, and support. No other diaper company will speak out and say the same.”

While the ad gained lots of positive reviews, of course there were people who were less than pleased. 

In response to St. Clair’s support, one user said, “What is actually wrong with you? People are poor and struggling! What about education and upbringing of those kids? Oh, I forgot … everything is about ‘sex’ in your idiotic mind!”

I’m unsure why the user put quotation marks around the word “sex,” but then again, her argument didn’t even make sense anyways so I’m not surprised.

The billboard was released just before Friday’s annual March for Life in Washington, D.C.. Hopefully the traction it gained will bring more pro-lifers out to the city to support as Musk said, “saving the world” and supporting life!

Editor’s note. This appeared at Newsbusters and reposted with permission.