If you've ever lamented that the Left never just comes out and says what they really believe; if you've wished the other side would cut to the chase and simply say what they mean, then you can file this story under "Be Careful What You Wish For."
Yesterday, during the special session of the Texas legislature, pro abortion protesters were caught on video chanting "Hail, Satan!" over and over. This is part of their continued effort to block measures from moving forward that will add some restrictions on late-term abortions (of the Gosnell Horror Show variety.)
Progressive pundits are already trying to spin this damning evidence. Surprise, surprise.
The excuse I've seen is that the pro-life group that was there was singing "Amazing Grace," and the pro-death crowd was looking for a way to silence them. So, according to this theory, "Hail, Satan!" has nothing to do with the real thoughts of the kill-'em-young crowd. They just found it to be an easy way to counter the Christian hymn.
Not that any of them worship the devil. Of course not!
I also just heard a snippet on talk radio on my way home from work. I think it was the Hannity program with a guest host, but I can't be sure about that. Anyway, the FOX correspondent being interviewed added another detail:
The Death-and-Dismemberment demonstrators apparently also repeatedly shouted at the pro-lifers, "I hope your daughter gets raped!"
Well, ain't that special?
The truth is, all these years after Roe V. Wade, the Left still sees abortion as the Holy of Holies of sexual liberation. Touch it not, lest ye die. This is where their true colors may be best seen, when they know recent polls have shown as much as 80 percent of the population in favor of increased restrictions. This is where the loonies can't stand it any more and must show themselves.
Forgive me a chuckle.
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