WATCH: These Pro-Life Feminists Tackle Pro-Abortion Rhetoric in a Hilarious Way

National   Micaiah Bilger   Jul 5, 2016   |   9:26AM    Washington, DC

After such a disappointing week of decisions from the U.S. Supreme Court, the pro-life movement needed a laugh.

And the pro-life group New Wave Feminists delivered.

The young, Texas-based group is known for using dark, wry humor to educate people about abortion. Through videos, blogs and talks, founders Destiny Herndon DeLaRosa and Kristen Walker Hatten poke fun at the ridiculous rhetoric coming out of the abortion industry while exposing the lies and deception it uses to justify killing unborn babies.

Their latest video shows a fake interview with a Texas abortionist (portrayed by Hatten) responding to the U.S. Supreme Court ruling that overturned Texas abortion clinic regulations on Monday. The Texas regulations protected women’s health, saved the lives of thousands of unborn children and closed abortion clinics that could not ensure adequate protection for women. However, a majority of the court ruled the law constituted an “undue burden” on women’s access to abortion.

The video opens showing the abortionist sitting in a filthy abortion clinic and stirring her coffee with surgical instruments as she talks about how glad she was to hear about the Supreme Court decision.

“You know, a lot of critics are claiming this decision benefits the abortion industry while keeping clinics unsafe for women. Nothing could be further from the truth,” she says putting the surgical tool back on a dirty table.

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She goes on to thank the court for recognizing that abortion clinics don’t need wider hallways that allow first responders to transport medical emergency patients quickly and easily to the hospital.

Nor do abortionists need hospital admitting privileges when patients have complications. The abortionist says: “I don’t need those. Why? Because I’m good a what I do. I’ve only allegedly killed a few patients and maimed maybe a dozen. The odds are really good you’ll be fine …”

She concludes, “The Supreme Court is concerned about your constitutional rights, not your safety, and the same goes for me.”

The subject matter is dark, and the real situations where women get hurt and babies die at abortion facilities are not funny at all. But the New Wave Feminists are effectively employing their dark sense of humor to expose just how little the abortion industry cares about human life.

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