Comedy Central has posted the most sickening reference to an unborn child heard yet “Demon Baby.”
Tosh.0 is a weekly series featuring razor sharp humor and biting commentary from comedian Daniel Tosh.
In the parody captured on video Tosh and his girlfriend arrive at Planned Parenthood. Tosh says she can change her decision if she wants to but it would be a really bad one. As they exit the car he says “Alright, let’s get that Demon Baby out of you.”
The sick humor is a mocking attempt at a faux commercial showing how Beats by Dre headphones can block out noise. The “noise” is apparently not the sound of his unborn child’s beating heart but the pro-lifers outside Planned Parenthood.
The depiction of the protesters who are supposed to represent anti-abortion demonstrators is also outrageous. But….that is another topic for another day.
Sadly, Tosh is not the first person to use the term Demon when referring to a child treated in the image of a loving God.
Recently a Black Bishop told a panel of religious people that if a woman is raped and becomes pregnant that God did not create that child, rather it is a product of a DEMON SEED.
According to reports, Bishop Paul S. Morton, Sr. spoke at the 2013 Pastors and Ministry Workers Conference in Nashville, Morton ridiculed the Republican Party’s stance on abortion, “A man rapes you on the street from a demon seed and you’ve got to have that baby from a demon seed, that’s not what God conceived. You’re hav’n your daddy’s baby. [mocking tone] “No we’ve got to have it because we don’t believe in abortion” We don’t believe in abortion but, my God, have some common sense.”
His comments were widely criticized by Christian pro-lifers across the nation.
Back to Tosh.0:
My readers might recall that I previously reported that Tosh’s sister-in-law is the CEO of a North Florida Planned Parenthood.
President Obama met with Planned Parenthood’s Jenna Tosh during his 2012 visit to Florida- (read more at LifeNews.com)
Daniel Tosh once apologized for making a female audience member the subject of a rape joke at a recent stand-up show in Los Angeles. The apology came after an account of the incident was posted on Tumblr.
Apparently offending people is something Tosh is good at, I wonder if the unborn babies will receive an apology- I doubt it.
LifeNews Note: Carole Novielli is the author of the blog Saynsumthn, where this article originally appeared.