Comedian Bill Burr: The Only Reason for Abortion is “Killing a Baby”

National   |   Micaiah Bilger   |   Jul 22, 2022   |   12:51PM   |   Washington, DC

Netflix comedian Bill Burr poked fun at “pro-choice” advocates in his new show, “Live at Red Rock,” saying it’s “weird” to support “choice” when that choice is to “kill a baby.”

Breitbart reports Burr got a lot right about abortion in his new comedy routine, pointing out how the whole purpose is to kill a baby before he/she is born.

He began by explaining how he identifies with the “pro-choice” side because he likes to be independent, according to the report.

“I don’t like people telling me what to do, and I was just like, ‘It’s your body, who the f— am I to tell you what to do with your body?’ So that always made sense,” he said.

But when he recognized the truth that abortion is “killing a baby,” Burr said the pro-choice argument got “weird.”

“Like, I sit on the fence and the whole thing makes sense to me. When anybody’s saying like, ‘Don’t tell me what to do. It’s my body, my choice.’ That’s right. She’s right. Leave her the hell alone. ‘Well, you’re killing a baby!’ Well, I mean there is that. You know?” he continued.

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Burr said if “pro-choice” advocates are honest, they would admit that the whole purpose of an abortion is to kill a baby in the womb.

“You’re not going in there cause you’ve got an earache. You’re going in there cause you’re like, ‘I got a baby in me, get it the f— out of here.’ Right?” he said. “You walk in with a baby, and you come out without one. What happened to the baby, right?”

He also made fun of the claim that abortions are ok because an unborn baby is not really a baby yet.

“That would be like if I was making a cake and I poured some batter in a pan and I put it in the oven, and then five minutes later you came by and you grabbed the pan and you threw it across the floor,” Burr said.

If he complained that his birthday cake was ruined, “then you’re like, ‘Well, that wasn’t a cake yet.’” Burr’s response: “It would have been. If you didn’t do what you just did. There would have been a cake in 50 minutes. Something happened to that cake, you cake-murdering son of a b—-.”

Burr’s routine exposes the ridiculousness of the pro-abortion side. But abortion itself is not funny.

In the past 50 years, more than 63 million unborn babies have been killed in abortions in the United States alone. Each was a unique, living and irreplaceable human being who deserved a right to life.