On February 1, the Lady Parts Justice League, (founded by Daily Show creator Lizz Winstead) held a “telethon,” called Life Is a Living Nightmare: A Telethon to Fix It. The fundraiser, hosted by Winstead herself, along with comedian Sarah Silverman, featured almost 4 hours of bizarre content, including abortion charades, an interview with abortionist Willie Parker, and political rants. During one of the charades, Silverman announced that a conscience clause law that prevented aborted fetuses from being used in manufactured food products would be something that “would make her want to eat an aborted fetus.”
The charades were called “shitty law charades” and were introduced by a woman wearing a female genitalia costume. Two of the laws that were meant to be acted out by volunteers were “You cannot use aborted fetuses as ingredients in the manufacture of food products,” and “Clinics are mandated by law to cremate or bury every aborted fetus.”
When the concept of conscience clause laws was explained, Silverman summed up her feelings on religious freedom: “Religious freedom used to be such a beautiful thing cuz it was like this big inclusive thing in the country, and now it’s just this shroud to legalize hate and shit like that.”
After the first law charade was acted out in horrifying detail, with one of the volunteers yelling “kill the baby!”, Winstead explained, “This is fucking batshit. A lot of times they will create laws to make you think that this is some epidemic that needs to be addressed.” Sarah Silverman blurted out, “if anything has ever made me want to eat an aborted fetus, it’s this law.” The law in question, legislated in Oklahoma, was created in response to a claim that a food lab was considering using stem cells to create artificial flavors.
Disgusting beyond words!!!
During a pro-abortion telethon 2 days ago these women make horrible jokes about aborted babies ,then “Comedian” Sarah Silverman said that Pro-Life Laws make her “want to eat an aborted fetus”😡
Pro-life activists took to the National Mall in Washington, D.C. on Friday to commemorate the 45th March for Life, an annual pro-life event that protests Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court’s 1973 landmark ruling that legalized abortion in the U.S.
“Here we are at the 45th year – we never anticipated that we would be here for so long. Today, we grieve the loss of life. But it’s also an enthusiastic time; we’re changing hearts and minds,” Jeanne Mancini, president of the March for Life, told Fox News ahead of the event on Friday.
The march, which is the biggest pro-life event in the country, was first started in 1974 by Nellie Gray, an activist and Catholic who died in 2012 at the age of 88.
Gray was a fierce advocate and “voice for the voiceless,” as the official slogan for the march goes. “She laid the foundation for March for Life,” said Mancini, who has been with the organization for six years. “It wouldn’t be what it is without Nellie.”
Indeed, Gray’s initial event 45 years ago has had a long-standing impact for the pro-life community, leading some activists, such as Amanda Fowley, to attend the event every year for well over a decade.
( Lifenews ) Late-term abortionist Warren Hern is facing a jury trial this week after he allegedly botched a woman’s abortion by leaving part of her aborted baby’s skull in her womb.
The Lincoln Journal Star reports a Nebraska woman filed a medical malpractice lawsuit against Hern and his Boulder Abortion Clinic in 2015. The jury trial began Monday. Reports only give the couple’s first names: Jennifer and Jason.
According to the allegations, Hern failed to remove part of the unborn baby’s skull from Jennifer’s womb; her gynecologist later found the 4-centimeter piece cutting into her uterus. Jennifer alleges that she had to have a hysterectomy as a result, and now she cannot have children, according to court records.
The case is being heard in a federal court in Denver, Colorado, near where Hern’s late-term abortion facility is located.
Here’s more from the report:
The couple is seeking money damages for medical care, physical pain and mental suffering, as well as permanent injury, including the loss of her ability to conceive children.
Their attorney, Terry Dougherty of Lincoln, alleges Hern had failed to warn her of the increased risks and negligently misrepresented that the fetus had been entirely removed.
Hern’s attorney, Amy Cook Olson, was expected to argue at trial it was the decision to perform a hysterectomy by the woman’s own primary doctor that caused her injuries, not him, according to a trial brief filed in the case.
The Nebraska couple said they decided to have a late-term abortion after their primary doctor found that their unborn son was missing part of his brain and likely would die soon before or after birth.
They said they paid Hern $7,500 upfront to abort their 25-week unborn baby in December 2013.
In the same report, Planned Parenthood says its affiliates received $543.7 million in payments from government—“Government Health Services Reimbursements & Grants,” the report calls them—in the year that ended on June 30, 2017.
Dr. Carolyn Payne: “I love providing abortion care to women, and I am proud to do so,” Payne wrote, adding that she and many of her colleagues are “not afraid, embarrassed or ashamed to say so.”
lifenews.com by Micaiah Bilger
Carolyn Payne grew up in a good Christian home with loving parents and opportunities to make the most of her life.
Instead, she decided to become an abortion doctor.
Payne, an Ob/Gyn resident (pictured above), wrote a shockingly bold column for the women’s website XO Jane about how her faith and upbringing influenced her to abort unborn babies for a living. Through her experiences, Payne flaunted her career goal and what she perceived as the importance of training programs for abortion doctors in the U.S.
“I love providing abortion care to women, and I am proud to do so,” Payne wrote, adding that she and many of her colleagues are “not afraid, embarrassed or ashamed to say so.”
Who wants to be an abortion provider?
I do. And I don’t have a nose-ring or a tattoo. I’m a 5’ blonde from Ohio and my last boyfriend was a pastor. In fact my Midwest, Christian upbringing is largely responsible for my belief that providing abortion services is one of the most meaningful ways I feel I can contribute to making the world a more fair and equal place for women.
… I never experienced unplanned pregnancy because I was fortunate enough to have parents who understood the normalcy of teenage sexuality, and provided me education and opportunities to prevent undesired pregnancy and disease. I could have sex, just like a man could, and go on with my life, with minimal fear of life-changing consequences (i.e. unwanted pregnancy).
I realize this is a privilege in our society and that is unjust. All women who desire contraception should have it; it’s necessary for women to be able to achieve their goals. Not because women are sluts, but because women are humans, and humans do have sex.
( Daily Caller ) An unidentified assailant punched a 15-year-old pro-life student in the face Saturday as the student and a fellow pro-life demonstrator were peacefully holding pro-life signs and offering counseling.
The alleged assailant punched Purity Thomas, a high school fellow from Students for Life of America in Roanoke, Va., according to a press release received by The Daily Caller News Foundation.
Thomas was praying and speaking with women in front of a Planned Parenthood facility when a woman started threatening to beat and “f***” her up, according to Students for Life of America. The woman reportedly then stole a sign reading “All people are made in the image of God,” at which point the students started to record the incident.
The woman returned, tried to steal another sign, and subsequently punched Thomas in the face.
In their Sunday editions, three of Alabama’s larger newspapers — Mobile, AL’s Press-Register, The Birmingham News and The Huntsville Times — featured front-page editorials telling voters to “reject Roy Moore” in next month’s U.S. Senate special election.
The three newspapers, all under the Alabama Media Group umbrella, featured the headline at the top of their front pages in block lettering “STAND FOR DECENCY, REJECT ROY MOORE.”
The 1,200-word editorial that accompanied those headlines urged Alabama voters to dismiss what those beyond the state’s borders have to say about the race.