Pro-Abortion Protestor Confronted Who Disrupted Romney Speech

National   |   Steven Ertelt   |   Aug 31, 2012   |   11:07AM   |   Washington, DC

One of the pro-abortion Code Pink protestors who disrupted presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s speech last night was confronted afterwards by conservative activist Dana Loesch.

During Romney’s acceptance speech, a liberal demonstrator stood up to the left of the stage and began telling. Members of the Republican delegation in attendance began shouting  “USA” both times to drown them out and show support for Romney. Later a protestor in the upper deck stood up and began shouting, and she is the activist who Loesch confronted afterwards.

“Do you think it was disrespectful to interrupt Mitt Romney’s speech? Why did you interrupt Mitt Romney’s speech?” Loesch asks in the video.

A second video shows more.

Mitt Romney made the pledge Thursday night during his GOP presidential nomination acceptance speech that pro-life Americans wanted to hear. Romney not only promised he would be a pro-life president but said he would affirm the freedom of religion that has been under attack by the Obama pro-abortion HHS mandate.

“As president, I will protect the sanctity of life. I will honor the institution of marriage. And I will guarantee America’s first liberty: the freedom of religion,” he said.

During the speech, Romney hit back at the false War on Women attack launched by Democrats and abortion activists.



“My mom and dad were true partners, a life lesson that shaped me by everyday example. When my mom ran for the Senate, my dad was there for her every step of the way. I can still hear her saying in her beautiful voice, “Why should women have any less say than men, about the great decisions facing our nation?”

“I wish she could have been here at the convention and heard leaders like Governor Mary Fallin, Governor Nikki Haley, Governor Susana Martinez, Senator Kelly Ayotte and Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.

“As Governor of Massachusetts, I chose a woman Lt. Governor, a woman chief of staff, half of my cabinet and senior officials were women, and in business, I mentored and supported great women leaders who went on to run great companies.