Mom Makes Kids Hold Signs at Texas Rally for Late-Term Abortions

State   Steven Ertelt   Jul 1, 2013   |   3:38PM    Austin, TX

Most of the people who attended a small rally today at the Texas capitol to protest a ban on late-term abortions lawmakers are considering were adults. But one mother made her small children hold pro-abortion signs at the protest.

She also had them sporting the burnt orange color abortion activists wore today to standing solidarity with pro-abortion state Senator Wendy Davis, who is leading the charge to keep abortions legal up to the day of birth.

As pro-life Texas activist Ashley Sewell, who provided the picture to LifeNews, says: “The people behind the pro-abortion activities have selected “orange” as their color because this is Austin and we have UT and everyone with breath owns something orange.”

The sign in green below included one of the infamous “Y U No” memes that said, “Hey Rick Perry, Y U NO let women choose what to do with their bodies,” according to local resident Ellen Bartling, who was also on the scene.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sewell posted some of her observations from the rally on Twitter:

 

 

 

UPDATE: Another set of kids were forced to hold pro-abortion posters: