On Tuesday, the University of North Georgia Students For Life revealed photographs of decapitated baby cutout cookies taken at a pro-abortion rally held by the Skeptics Society at UNG. Adding to the barbarity, the abortion enthusiasts apparently found it comical to bite the heads off of the baby-shaped cookies.
“Students for Life has received a significant amount of publicity after exposing the carnal humor of a few members of the Skeptics Society, who presented this display at a Pro-Abortion rally,” wrote the UNG Students for Life via Facebook.
“Abortion should remain legal because it’s constitutionally protected,” read one of the signs. Fittingly, a smiley face was drawn on the sign too.
“Abortion should remain legal because a woman controls her own body,” read another sign. This leaves one wondering, aside from a devastating instance of rape, do women have the opportunity to “control” their own bodies before a life they “choose” to murder is inside their uterus? For instance, can a woman choose to be responsible with the use of birth control, or God forbid, practicing abstinence? Crazy idea, I know.
And the most tasteless sign: “Abortion should remain legal because my vagina is too pretty to let a fetus crawl out.” No comment necessary.
Per a Facebook post by Nathan McLendon, a student at UNG, “The person who took the pictures said that these people were laughing as they did it! It is disturbing that people at a school I love think that chopping babies' heads off is funny.” The Blaze contributor Matt Walsh also added evidence that this was a joyous event: “Feminists were eating the heads off and laughing,” he wrote via Twitter.
Apparently, the representation of babies, with no say, being decapitated and ripped limb from limb to their death is hilarious stuff. If you think this hyperbolic language, you are sadly mistaken.
Here’s a potion of the description of a D&E abortion procedure via AboritonProcedures.com:
After the amniotic fluid is removed, the abortionist uses a sopher clamp — a grasping instrument with rows of sharp “teeth” — to grasp and pull the baby’s arms and legs, tearing the limbs from the child’s body. The abortionist continues to grasp intestines, spine, heart, lungs, and any other limbs or body parts. The most difficult part of the procedure is usually finding, grasping and crushing the baby’s head. After removing pieces of the child’s skull, the abortionist uses a curette to scrape the uterus and remove the placenta and any remaining parts of the baby.
The abortionist then collects all of the baby’s parts and reassembles them to make sure there are two arms, two legs, and that all of the pieces have been removed.
“Abortion should remain legal because my vagina is too pretty to let a fetus crawl out.”
-sign at a pro-abortion rally
This callous attitude displayed at the pro-abortion rally on a university campus reveals how radical the movement has become. That is, if the “Shout Your Abortion” campaign hadn’t done that already. Or the “Love Abortion” dresses being sold and rocked by pro-abortion celebrities. Or the pro-abortion fanatics in elected positions explaining that a baby is not a baby with “rights” until you “bring your baby home” from the hospital. And so on.
Remember the days of “safe, legal and rare”? Yeah, me neither.
H/T Matt Walsh
UPDATE: Below is President of UNG Students for Life Carly McCurry’s complete statement concerning the matter (emphasis added).
Upon noticing the Skeptic Society’s, “It’s YOUR Life Pro-Choice Rally,” Students for Life scheduled a secret counter-protest at the same time in the same place. We arrived on campus at 6:40 in the morning, and chalked the entire free speech zone with Pro-Life messages. We created the “Don’t Take Life” rally in response. Representatives from the Dahlonega Care Center, Georgia Right to Life and Students for Life set up booths and presentations. Members of the Pro-Abortion group however began to engage in sick and disturbing practices which shocked the University and community at large, to the acceptance of school officials. Students from the Skeptics Society baked baby and sperm cookies, so that students could kill the babies as they ate them. The booths only activity was to hand out blank pieces of paper asking why people thought abortion should be legal. One person laughingly wrote “It is constitutionally protected” and broke off the baby cookies head in a seemingly amusing gesture. Another member wrote, “Because my vagina is too pretty for a baby to crawl out of.” Overlooking the reality that abortion happens in the vagina. Except what comes out is not a live baby, but broken bloody pieces. She also overlooked the almost certain reality of cervical problems like cancer after two abortions. The group was generally ignorant of pro-abortion arguments, citing eugenics-based justifications like “abortion reduces crime.” All the while, I was being harassed by a handful school administrators and a professor (as I am at every rally) asking for permits, and one professor even yelled at me to leave and checked my permits. Meanwhile the Skeptics Society was openly blaring loud rap music which discussed holding women down and raping them. This event further reminds me that we are in a battle for good and evil. The behavior of many of the members was shocking, but generally worked out in my favor. The result of the outreach was two pages of new members, and a handful of volunteers for the Dahlonega Care Center. The Black Student Union also expressed interest in our group as a result of our #blacklivesmatter campaign highlighting Planned Parenthoods true aims to exterminate the black race. Georgia Right to Life representatives called the pro-abortion protest one of the most disturbing events they had ever attended. Skeptics club is the on campus Atheist, Agnostic club. The female leading the event has once compared the two year old baby to a pig. The majority of the members which led the event were unsurprisingly male. I know many of them personally as we are each philosophy minors.