A young woman caused shock and horror last week when she appeared to celebrate her abortion in a video on TikTok.
The now-removed video, titled “Abortion time, take 2,” showed a young California women revealing a positive pregnancy test before traveling to a Planned Parenthood, supposedly for an ultrasound and an abortion, the Daily Mail reports.
In the video, the young woman, Ashley, can be seen dancing, laughing and making light of her unborn child and his/her potentially imminent abortion death.
At one point, the video shows Ashley getting an ultrasound, supposedly at the Planned Parenthood in Pasadena, California, according to the report. Afterward, her unborn baby may have been aborted. California does not require underage girls to notify a parent or obtain their consent for an abortion, nor does it require any kind of waiting period, so she may have had the abortion immediately after the ultrasound.
The report describes the short video in more detail:
‘How do you feel Ashley,’ the girl’s friend can be heard asking as the woman looks in the mirror.
The clip jumps to show the young woman poking her stomach out before it jumps again to show the front of a Planned Parenthood in Pasadena, California.
Inside the clinic, a couple sits solemnly in a corner of the facility. Ashley and her camera person caption the segment: ‘There’s two abortion moods.’
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In contrast to the couple, Ashley acts happy about her abortion, dancing and giving a fist pump, The Blaze reports.
The account that originally posted the video is now private and the video has been removed, according to the report.
Lila Rose, president of the pro-life group Live Action, noticed the video Thursday, which, by then, had more than 4 million views.
“Our ability to be cruel is endless,” Rose responded. “When society celebrates abortion, should we be surprised to see this kind of cruelty? My heart breaks for this little helpless baby, killed on camera, his young mother joking about it. And it breaks for her, who will live with this all her life.”
Barley a month ago, TikTok banned Rose’s organization from the platform without reason. A short time later, after receiving a deluge of complaints, the social media platform lifted the ban and restored Live Action’s account.