The video below shows just how twisted the leftist feminists are! “Comedian” Sarah Silverman and other pro-abortion women hosted a telethon to support abortion. During the telethon, the women played games and made jokes about abortion. The language used is brutal so fair warning on what these vulgar women have to say about everything.
During the telethon, Silverman said that a pro-life conscience law would make her “want to eat an aborted fetus.”
The ‘telethon’ called Life Is a Living Nightmare: A Telethon to Fix It, was hosted by the ‘Lady Parts Justice League’.
LifeNews reports, Lizz Winstead, creator of the Daily Show and Sarah Silverman, hosted the telethon to raise money for abortions. No, it’s not fake news but a real thing to these women to raise money for abortions. Do they realize that the American taxpayers give half a billion dollars to Planned Parenthood every year?
The women played a game called “abortion charades” during the event. They joke about “eating your fetus” because a bill was recently introduced by the Oklahoma legislature that prohibits “the manufacture or sale of food or products which use aborted human fetuses.” The bill “was created in response to a claim that a food lab was considering using stem cells to create artificial flavors,” LifeNews reports.
Winstead claimed the Oklahoma bill “is fucking batshit” But is it?
She continued with, “A lot of times they will create laws to make you think that this is some epidemic that needs to be addressed.”
Even if this isn’t an “epidemic,” shouldn’t anyone with a moral conscience want it to be banned? Are they ok with it as long as it’s not an “epidemic”?
Silverman joined in to claim: “If anything has ever made me want to eat an aborted fetus, it’s this law.”
The pro-abortion left is so twisted in their reasoning that they make jokes about killing a fetus:
What comes to mind is Nancy Pelosi saying the wall at the border is an “immorality” yet the left is just fine with abortion at any stage of pregnancy. Now, they’re even ok with the use of aborted fetuses for food products?