Warning: Explicit language in video below.
This weekend, the progressive movement’s annual “Women’s March” occurred in major cities across the country. Abortion activists in Washington D.C. shut down major roads on Saturday, so they could celebrate the right for mothers to kill their children as well as protest Texas’s fetal heartbeat law. Despite the big three news networks sending reporters to cover the event in the nation’s capital, the networks didn’t show viewers the truly vile rhetoric shouted by the march’s organizers and speakers during the rally beforehand. So we thought you should see in the video below. Abortion activists do not align with the majority of the country in their radical views, despite the media constantly trying to make this the case.
Here’s some of amusingly awful and ironic statements made by speakers before the march:
Local abortion doctor, Dr. Jamila Perritt, who identified herself as holding “she/her pronouns” called abortion “an act of love:”
“Abortion is healthcare and that cannot be delayed. Abortion care is safe. Abortion care is essential. Abortion care is normal. Abortion care is necessary. Abortion care is an act of love.” she hailed to end her speech warning about Texas “copycat” laws in the works.
Kenya Martin, the National Network of Abortion Funds’ communication director claimed the Texas SB8 law was un-Christian and cruel. She agreed with another speaker, comedian Cristela Alonzo, who argued women should have abortions without any restrictions.
“Its ok to have abortions after some hot sex simply because you didn’t want to be pregnant. I didn’t want to be pregnant!” she bragged.
Transgender activist Schuyler Bailar also bashed the pro-life movement. If they were truly pro-life, he said, they would fight for “gender-affirming healthcare” and “black liberation against police brutality.”
Planned Parenthood President and CEO Alexis McGill Johnson proudly compared abortion to the civil rights movement and lectured there was only “one side” to the abortion debate, and it was to keep abortion legal.
Reverend Erika Forbes, Faith outreach manager of “Just Texas,” a liberal faith-based advocacy group opened her speech by shouting, “I greet you proudly as a licensed and ordained minister that has not one but two abortions and I’m damn glad I did it!” as the crowd cheered. She later boasted to the crowd how God’s justice was on their side.
After touting her abortions, Forbes declared, “Not a single person here is here by accident. Each and every one of us is here with a purpose and for a purpose,” adding that by supporting abortion, “we’re fighting for our childrens’ rights to thrive.” No irony there, at all.