By The Blaze. “Slightly Offens*ve” host Elijah Schaffer headed to the Hollywood Walk of Fame to ask fellow Californians what they think about Georgia’s new abortion bill, which bans all abortions once a fetal heartbeat can be detected, and Alabama’s new law that effectively bans all abortions. . .
“I don’t want a baby. I’m already struggling to lose weight,” said one of the women.
“I don’t think a baby is a baby. It’s a parasite,” added the other. . .
The conversation took an bizarre and unexpected turn when the woman suddenly announced, “I think if I saw a baby on the street in a trash can, I’d probably pick it up.”
The two women then compared abortion to euthanizing animals for “population control.”
(Read more from “WATCH: Americans Gladly Offer The Most Insane, Disgusting Arguments For Abortion” HERE)
Ultrasound photo brings wrath of abortion-supporters
By Life Site News. Abortion activists tried to cover the image of an unborn baby smiling in the womb Tuesday during a rally in the Rhode Island statehouse over a controversial proposed bill to expand abortion in state law.
Hundreds of pro-life advocates and abortion-supporters convened at the state’s capitol Tuesday as the Senate Judiciary Committee was set to vote on the legislation. The bill, which pro-life residents termed as extreme and going far beyond Roe v. Wade, failed to pass the committee.
The image that the abortion activists wanted covered was a smiling baby captured in a 4-D ultrasound, on a roughly 4’x 4’ sign that also included the text “Save me.”
During the demonstration, pro-abortion activists tried to cover the image of the smiling unborn child, primarily with Planned Parenthood-produced promotional signs that stated, “Protect safe, legal abortion.” . . .
While several states, such as Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi, Georgia, and Ohio, have passed strong pro-life laws to protect the unborn from abortion, and others like Louisiana and Missouri are close to joining them, a number have followed New York’s lead from January of this year, moving to codify unrestricted abortion on demand until birth in their state laws should Roe v. Wade be overturned. Rhode Island is among these latter states with its “Reproductive Healthcare Act.” (Read more from “Ultrasound photo brings wrath of abortion-supporters” HERE)