Abortion Activist Tweets Death Threat to Pro-Life Texas Lt. Governor

State   |   Steven Ertelt   |   Jul 9, 2013   |   3:54PM   |   Washington, DC

After threatening legislators and their children with rape last week, this week abortion activists in Texas are continuing to make threats against pro-life elected officials.

Katie Pavlich of TownHall noticed the threatening tweet and noted how Lt Governor David Dewhurst has been at the forefront of the push to stop late-term abortions.

From the pro-abortion activist on Twitter:


Dewhurst said of the bill: “We think we’re protecting women’s health and babies. At the end of the day, our state is a very pro-life state. I mean over the years I’ve passed parental consent, making it a crime to harm an unborn baby, the sonogram bill, a woman’s right to know. And this bill is broken into two parts, just like you said. The first part, we’ve made a decision that with 34 states, Martha, having an earlier deadline than we have in Texas for abortion, and virtually all the countries in Western Europe, including France, we think 5 months is the appropriate time for the deadline on abortion,” he said.

This week, a pro-abortion activist had to be removed from a hearing and another read a disgusting poem to legislators equating her vagina to a gun.

The protesters at the Texas capitol have exploited children by making them hold signs supporting their protest against a ban on late-term abortions. Today the Internet is abuzz with shock and disgust over another sign, along with a video showing abortion activists chanting Hail Satan.

Meanwhile, a little girl is shown in a picture along with pro-abortion protestors holding a sign saying, “If I wanted the government in my womb, I’d f— a senator.”



Abortion advocates protested at the state capitol but pro-lifers drowned them out with signing of Amazing Grace. The paid protesters opposing the late-term abortion ban in Texas are also  doing more than rallying outside the legislature against the pro-life bill. They’re threatening pro-life state legislators and their staffers.

A state committee passed the bill to ban late-term abortions at 20 weeks late last night.