Abortion Defenders Use Aborted Babies in Jars as Props, Trophies

International   |   Raimundo Rojas   |   Jul 23, 2013   |   10:45AM   |   Washington, DC

There is nothing EXTREME about supporting a ban on sex-selection abortions.  There is nothing EXTREME about making sure women are not maimed in unhygienic facilities. And there is nothing EXTREME in requiring a doctor be present when a woman is given a highly toxic abortifacient.

You wouldn’t know that though if you read the stories from abortion extremists via their allies in the mainstream media.

In the last few days the epicenter for abortion extremism has shifted from Austin, Texas to Raleigh, North Carolina – the Hail Satan gals, curette at the ready, will be converging on Raleigh this week.  This time around, aside from their continued demands of maintaining unsafe, unsanitary and unregulated abortion clinics – they’re outrage is also aimed at a sex-selection abortion ban.

Their outrage isn’t quelled by an April 2013 poll that shows nearly 85% of Americans SUPPORT banning in-utero gendercide  – the ladies have promised to bring their A game (as well as their outrage) to defend this barbaric practice.  And I can only hope, for the sake of North Carolina’s state-senators, that the pro-aborts have  left their bottles of urine at home.

As has been widely reported, these are the same types of people who not only support late-term abortions, they express their indignation at not having achieved  their extremists goals in Texas by planning to hurl bottles of urine and fecal matter at legislators in the name of “women’s rights.”  Elizabeth Caty Stanton spins in her grave.

And then there are the tampons.

These crass, puerile, coarse women brought thousands of tampons with them into the Capital hoping to lob them at pro-lifers.  Nothing, apparently, says outrage more than tampon earrings, or tampon wings, or tampon hats, or tampon anything – but then again, when you can’t openly state that you’re defending late-term abortions, obfuscating facts with vulgarity may be the only defense.

Now the unsuspecting and probably under-inoculated pro-lifers in North Carolina will have these gals to contend with.  Sadly though, even the feces in a jug pales in comparison to the antics of their rabid pro-abortion predecessors.

A gruesome New York Times article reports that during the first weeks of November 1983, a meeting of some very angry feminists <redundancy check> was held in Barcelona for the express purpose of repealing Spain’s pro-life laws.

At the peak of their convention, two young pregnant women were taken into a conference room and aborted by clinicians.  During the next day’s general assembly, the leading feminists of the day held up two bloody glass jars containing the remains of those two shredded babies.

Thunderous applause led to cheers and screams of delight as the two dead children were displayed high above the heads of those speaking – their trophies.

Dead babies in a jar – and that foolish, reprehensible, and repulsive anchor on MSNBC, Melissa Harris-Perry, thinks she’s going to shock us and/or make a statement in support of late-term abortions by wearing tampon earrings during a tragic Sunday morning telecast.

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We in the pro-life movement have figured them out – and have for quite some time.  We have science, popular opinion, and the truth on our side.  They have vulgar props, human waste, and dead babies.

Pray for pro-life Senators in North Carolina – and get involved.  Help us protect both mother and child. Helps us make them realize that this is an incredibly reasonable bill with much public support.

Here is a great sheet with information on the North Carolina bill, as well as an action alert.  We can do this.  For updates, please follow me on twitter – @rairojasii

LifeNews.com Note: Raimundo Rojas is the director of Hispanic outreach for the National Right to Life Committee. He is a former president of Florida Right to Life and has presented the pro-life message to millions in Spanish-language media outlets. He represents NRLC at the United Nations as an NGO. Rojas was born in Santiago de las Vegas, Havana, Cuba and he and his family escaped to the United States in 1968.