The level in which the newest — and youngest — generation of abortion supporters have taken their movement is mind-boggling.
Twenty-three years ago, President Bill Clinton said abortions should be “safe, legal, and rare,” according to Harvard Political Review. But the lengths in which a group of — presumably — 18- to 21-year-olds have gone now to celebrate abortions is almost beyond belief.
According to the Washington Times, the Students for Life organization set up a pro-life display on the campus of the University of Texas-San Antonio. They planted almost a thousand pink crosses in the ground to represent “the 911 lives lost due to the abortions Planned Parenthood commits every day and the 911 women’s and families lives that were impacted by those abortions,” according to Students for Life.
It was a peaceful — yet powerful — demonstration. There was nothing peaceful about what a group of student-aged Planned Parenthood supporters did next.
Video footage taken by Students for Life organizers showed a group of young men and women walking onto the mock graveyard holding official Planned Parenthood signs.
“I had an abortion!” one girl yelled at the top of her lungs as she entered the field.
She was met by cheers from the other abortion supporters.
“Look, there’s mine right there,” she said sarcastically, pointing at one of the infant grave displays. “I’m just so [promiscuous] I got pregnant, so I had to get an abortion! Jesus still loves me, though!”
“I just love having [a sexual relationship] and aborting fetuses,” another girl shouted mockingly at the Students for Life group. “That’s my number one thing.”
“I had an abortion!” the first girl shouted. “And I’m super proud of it! I am extremely proud of it.”
“I love advocating for abortion!” she continued.
“When I say aborted, you say fetuses,” the girl then started a chant. “Aborted!”
“Fetuses!” other Planned Parenthood supporters joined in.
“I had an abortion!” the girl proudly sang out. “Shout out to Planned Parenthood!”
“For all the women out there, I am so sorry you have decided to succumb to this system of patriarchy,” she added. “Your mothers betrayed you.”
“What if we [urinated] in the fetus graveyard?” another young woman suggested, drawing laughter.
“Stop, hey, what’s that sound, all the fetuses are in the ground,” the primary spokeswoman sang out in a rip-off of the 1960s protest song.
See for yourself in the video below (PARENTAL WARNING: Brief, explicit language):
While the students’ behavior was shocking — and downright horrific — there was nothing shocking about the feedback their behavior received.
Some people questioned if the over-the-top demonstration was actually satire, but if so, it doesn’t seem likely that they would have stuck around long enough for the campus police to get involved — which they did. It’s also hard to imagine someone being willing to be video-recorded shouting such disgusting things if they didn’t believe in what they were saying.