Sick New Video Game Has Donald Trump Shooting People at Abortion Clinics

National   Micaiah Bilger   Mar 23, 2019   |   7:18AM    Washington, DC

A sick new video game allows players to shoot people at abortion clinics while playing characters such as President Donald Trump and even Jesus Christ.

The game, “Jesus Strikes Back Alpha,” was launched earlier this year as a “satirical parody,” according to the creators.

In the game, players go on a mission to kill feminists, gays and lesbians, “radical social justice warriors” and others in places that include an abortion clinic and a night club, according to the Hill Reporter. Players can shoot people as characters that resemble Donald Trump, Jesus Christ and Adolph Hitler.

Interestingly, the creators defended their violent game with claims they have been the victims of “fake news.” They said they do not support or promote any violence, and they are not encouraging hatred against any specific group.

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“All individuals and characters … are purely fictional, and any resemblance to real-world figures alive or dead is purely coincidental,” the creators said, though many of the characters clearly resemble real people, such as Trump and Hitler.

Many people believe the game crosses a line. There even is a petition to have the game banned. Real violence happens so frequently in our culture. We do not need a simulation, especially in this increasingly hostile political climate.