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Pro-Abort Comedian Sarah Silverman Calls Unborn Babies ‘Goo’


Last Friday, pro-abortion and atheist Comedian Sarah Silverman told Bill Maher on HBO’s Real Time about a fundraiser she helped organize in Texas that provided funding to assist women with the expenses of traveling 10 hours to dismember their unborn babies via the brutal abortion procedure. While she was there, she encountered protesters from the Westboro Baptist Church, including a little 9-year-old girl who was holding a sign that read “Abortion is Bloody Murder.”

“We have to see them as human,” Silverman said, “and hopefully maybe they will see us as human.” Unfortunately, however, she fails to recognize unborn babies as humans.

The protesters told her that she was going to hell, and Silverman replied, “I can’t! I don’t believe in God.”

Silverman asserted that she wants pro-lifers to see “a human face to this side that they only know as ‘people who want to murder babies.’ And meanwhile, it’s goo. It’s goo that they’re so worried about. And they’re born, and it’s you’re on your own, slut.”

“And the truth is, and I don’t like to admit this,” Silverman sarcastically stated, “I’ve never had an abortion and I don’t know if I would. But it doesn’t mean that I wouldn’t fight to the death for women to make their own choices for their own human bodies.”

“Thank you for being brave enough to admit you’ve never had an abortion,” Maher responded.

Actually, the brave thing would be to choose life, not to selfishly murder an innocent life for the sake of personal convenience. Love and bravery make the hard choices.

Watch full video HERE.


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