First the pro-abortion mob flooded the Texas state Senate and shut down the legislature to the point that the ban on late-term abortions couldn’t be approved on time.
Last week the pro-abortion mob chanted Hail Satan as pro-life advocates attempted to make the case for why late-term abortions should be banned. Other chants from the abortion activists were so loud, pro-lifers had to sing Amazing Grace in unison to drown them out.
And then there are the parents who made their kids carry all sorts of crazy signs promoting abortion — exploiting young kids who could have been aborted to push their extreme abortion agenda on Texas.
If you’ve followed LifeNews’ coverage of the craziness in Texas, you’re aware of what’s going on there as pro-lifers attempt to push back against Wendy Davis and her pro-abortion friends.
Next week, the battle begins anew as another legislative committee debates the abortion bill.
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