VIDEO: Pro-Abortion Protesters in LA Show Their Hate Toward Alabama Abortion Ban


What do pro-abortion people in L.A. do when they find out there’s an abortion ban in Alabama?

They get together and protest on the side of a road in California

Slightly Offens*ve’s Elijah Schaffer went to Los Angeles along with Austen “Fleccas” Fletcher to attend a “Stop the Ban” pro-abortion rally that started after liberals expressed their hatred toward the signing of the “Alabama Human Life Protection Act” — which bans abortion in the state, even in cases of rape and incest.

“We gotta protest cause that sh** coming all our ways,” one green haired women said. “We gotta stand up for our rights.”

“All they want to do is force their views upon us because they want us to be this perfect idea of what they think women are,” a woman wearing a “My P*ssy My Choice” t-shirt said. “We’re objects to them, we’re not human.”

As Schaffer tried to do his job reporting on what was taking place he was interrupted by a leftist woman complaining and claiming that he was “Pro-Trump” and “anti-abortion.” Of course that hindered the interviewing process from there on out but he continued to do his job.

I’ll echo one of the Slightly Offens*ve host’s statements: It is so crazy to see people out there protesting the “right” to kill their child.

Take a look at the video below:

H/T: The Blaze

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