Creator of “The Daily Show” says unborn human babies are “medical waste” … did her own mother think the same of her?


Image: Creator of “The Daily Show” says unborn human babies are “medical waste” … did her own mother think the same of her?

(Natural News) Far-left lunatic and pro-abortion death cultist Lizz Winstead, creator of “The Daily Show,” recently went on a hate-filled diatribe on Twitter, where she referred to unborn babies as “medical waste,” as well as shared a video accusing those who support human life of being “real bats**t extremists.”

Winstead’s demonically-possessed rant was triggered by an upcoming case in which the Supreme Court will decide whether or not to hear a case over legislation that would require aborted babies to receive proper burials, seeing as how they’re human beings. The case would argue the merits of the “dignity of personhood” in the womb – something that Winstead vehemently opposes because it could lead to Roe v. Wade eventually being overturned.

“IMPORTANT NEWS NOT ON YOUR TV: Today SCOTUS decides whether it will hear an Indiana case requiring mandatory cremation/ burial for abortions AND miscarriages based on ‘dignity of personhood’ If they take it, & decide medical waste is a person, ROE IS DEAD,” Winstead tweeted on January 11, 2019, at 5:54 a.m. “PLEASE PAY ATTENTION.”

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Lizz Winstead’s pro-abortion death cult says that burying murdered unborn babies with dignity is an “unconstitutional scam”

As a proud member of the far-left “Lady Parts Justice League,” an all-female death cult that describes itself as “a coven of hilarious bada** feminists who use humor and pop culture to expose the haters fighting against reproductive rights,” Winstead is against anything that would afford innocent babies still in the womb a chance at life, hence her maniacal rage over proposals that would offer these little ones some kind of dignity following their vicious deaths.

In a video Winstead recently shared from the Lady Parts Justice League, the group contends that efforts to provide proper burials for aborted babies are “unconstitutional scams” being propagated by pro-life “extremists” – the most noteworthy being a law of this nature that was passed in Indiana under then-Governor, and now-Vice President, Mike Pence.

Not to be outdone in the hatred for unborn human life department, CNN columnist Danielle Campoamor also tweeted a message of outrage against such proposals in other states, declaring that “Fetal tissue is not a person” five times, followed by her own arguable declaration of worth: “But I am. And I matter more than fetal tissue. Signed, people who have miscarriages and abortions.”

Lizz Winstead and the Lady Parts Justice League are launching pro-abortion “comedy tour”

Why these filthy feminists can’t just use birth control and stop getting pregnant in the first place remains unclear. But one thing’s for sure: They’re getting more and more crude and deranged in their efforts to normalize abortion as just another everyday medical procedure like “a crappy dentist appointment,” as “Shout Your Abortion” founder Amelia Bonow callously put it in a recent video she tweeted.

According to reports, Lizz Winstead and the Lady Parts Justice League are actually launching a pro-abortion “comedy tour” to teach women that promoting abortion can be “fun.” Their idea of comedy involves shouting down pro-life counselors on sidewalks, as well as playing loud music to drown out their efforts to help young women make the better choice to either have their unborn babies or put them up for adoption.

“The group would often disrupt sidewalk counselors who were out to educate young women on the cruelty of abortion by doing obnoxious stunts like blaring Beyoncé ‘to overpower the chants from the stunned anti-abortion protesters and energize the enthusiastic clinic staff,'” writes Paul Bois for The Daily Wire.

“Other stunts involved just plain shouting over pro-lifers and making jokes.”

For more news like this, be sure to check out LiberalMob.com.

Sources for this article include:

DailyWire.com

NaturalNews.com


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