Hey babykillers – tell me again about this “War on Women” that conservatives are supposedly waging.
In Columbus, Ohio, evil advocates of murdering babies shout down an older lady trying to relate how her experience of abortion as a teenager had a profound and negative impact on her life. Can’t have that, of course. After all, murdering your own offspring should be as joyous as skipping through the tulips with bunny rabbits at your side and rainbows in the sky on a fine spring day! Tra-la-la-la-la!
In their never-ending quest to normalize and de-stigmatize abortion, leftists may want to do a bit more listening than their fellow combatants, who spent the better part of 10 minutes trying to drown out a woman sharing her own abortion story Wednesday night in Columbus, Ohio.
After all, there just may be better ways to empower women than shrieking over one who’s trying to tell her most intimate life experience.
The woman, who introduced herself as “Christy,” was addressing around 60 pro-life advocates at Students for Life rally outside the state capitol, telling the crowd that she had resorted to abortion at age 16 when her 21-year-old boyfriend took her to a Planned Parenthood in Canton, Ohio.
Christy—who had become so depressed in the years following her abortion that she contemplated suicide—was just starting to tell her story when a group of about a dozen abortion backers started chanting, “My Body, My Choice.”
As Christy told her heartbreaking story, the abortion fans crowded in to block her from the audience, all the while chanting and trying to keep Christy from telling the crowd about her abortion.
“While we obviously disagree vehemently with those who advocate for abortion, Students for Life prides itself on having a civil discourse with those that disagree with us,” Students for Life president Kristan Hawkins said. “In fact, we do this everyday on college campuses across the nationwide. Last night, the pro-abortion lobby decided that instead of civil discourse they would choose to disrupt and interrupt. They have no intention of hearing the opinions of those that disagree with them. I am proud of the way that our students, supporters, and speakers handled themselves and am looking forward to working with them towards defunding Planned Parenthood.”