Activist at Women’s March Brags About Her Multiple Abortions: “I Don’t Give a F—“

National   |   Micaiah Bilger   |   Jan 21, 2019   |   6:47PM   |   Washington, DC

A young abortion activists’ profanity-laced tirade was caught on film during the 2019 Women’s March Saturday in Washington, D.C.

Breitbart News captured the video during its coverage of the pro-abortion march. Two years ago, the march infamously kicked out several feminist groups that planned to attend after learning they were pro-life. Now, many liberal groups also are distancing themselves from the march because of allegations of anti-semitism by its leaders.

The video shows a young woman confronting pro-lifers at the march. She brags about how she aborted two unborn babies and then dances around screaming, “My body, my choice!” in between yelling profanities.

“My body, my choice!” she yells at the start of the video. “It is my body until they cut the umbilical cord, mother——!”

Later, she continues: “Stop talking about women’s reproductive rights when you’ve got a d—! You’re a man. You don’t get to comment about me having a f—— baby!”

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The report continues:

“If you’re a woman, you can’t talk about my manliness,” the male demonstrator, wearing a red Keep America Great Again 2020 winter hat, shot back.

“Honey, you’re showing everyone that you’re a b—- with what you’re doing right here,” she said. “You’re a piece of s—.”

“God bless women and god bless men. It’s time for men to be men and women to be women,” he replied.

“I’ve had two abortions,” the woman then boasted. “I don’t give a f—. It’s my body my choice.”

Pro-life advocates suspected from the start that the Women’s March was not really about women’s rights but a radical left-wing, pro-abortion agenda. It became clear when the march kicked out several feminists groups after learning that they are pro-life.

This year, a number of groups backed away from the Women’s March after several of its leaders were accused of anti-Semitism. Recent exposés in the New York Times and Tablet Magazine raised the allegations against Women’s March leaders Linda Sarsour, Carmen Perez, Tamika Mallory and others. The reports accuse the Women’s March leaders of continuously discriminating against Jewish women within the organization.

The pro-abortion march is in its third year, and many who once supported it are now trying to distance themselves from the leaders and the allegations. The Daily Wire reports Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion provider, was one of the few groups that did not.

Late last year, the march also criticized white women as a whole because they do not consistently vote pro-abortion.