Abortion Activist Says Pro-Life Women are Just “Deluded” and “Brainwashed”

National   |   Cortney O'Brien   |   Mar 15, 2016   |   4:03PM   |   Washington, DC

Texas’s pro-life House Bill 2, which heavily regulates abortion clinics, made its way to the Supreme Court last week. So did pro-abortion activists. Carrying crude signs and wearing uterus costumes, the demonstrators made their presence known. Even more offensive than their costumes, however, was their inability to name an instance when abortion should be illegal. MRCTV’s Dan Joseph was stunned the protesters could not answer this simple question.

The clip includes many head-shaking moments, including when the young woman dressed as the uterus refused to answer the question and punted an answer to “the medical professionals.” Yet, the most interesting/infuriating exchange came between Joseph and this young activist:

“There are a lot of women who support the pro-life women,” Joseph noted.

“They’re deluded,” the activist answered. “They’re marginalized, they’re oppressed and they’re a shameful force.”

Another protester called them “brainwashed.”

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The activists also offered these nuggets of wisdom: “Fetuses are not babies,” without abortion you “can’t live a full and happy life” and “forced motherhood is female enslavement.”

Pro-life women are not deluded – they’re informed. They have minds of their own and those minds looked at the scientific facts and realized abortion is murder. Ultrasounds, for instance, give us proof that an unborn baby is a living, breathing person that deserves the same rights as an adult.

Meanwhile, the pro-abortion females in this clip cite no better reason for their views than “women’s rights.”

Another piece of pro-life legislation is currently making its rounds in Washington. On Tuesday, the Senate Committee on the Judiciary held a hearing on the Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act.

LifeNews Note: Cortney O’Brien is a Townhall web editor, where this was originally published.