What Abortion Looks Like

Matt Walsh has an amazing post.  He had the guts to do what I feared doing when I posted this and this.

It’s time for all of us to understand that we are at war, and lives are at stake.

The enemy — the self-worshipping death cult known as modern liberalism — has become increasingly vile, violent, and deceitful, and so we must become increasingly bold, fearless, and aggressive in our response.

If you don’t believe me, consider this video.

Before you click on that link, I should warn you of its contents. It depicts a woman named Emily Letts — self described ‘patient advocate’ — getting an abortion. Now, Emily’s clip does not show any of the possibly less palatable aspects of hiring a contract killer to murder your child. Instead, it shows her smiling and giggling about how she got pregnant but ‘wasn’t ready for a baby.’ The portion where she actually gets the abortion only gives a glimpse of her face, as she chuckles and goes on about how ‘lucky’ she is, and how ‘supportive’ all of her abortion doctors have been.

It’s funny, I suppose murderers tend to be ‘supportive’ when you pay them 400 dollars to do what they do best.

When the ‘procedure’ is completed, Emily says “cool!” and is wheeled out of the room, childfree and grinning from ear to ear.

“I’m done! YAY!”

She laughs and celebrates as if she’d just gotten a tattoo, or her belly button pierced.

Of course, she has been applauded to showing people that “abortion doesn’t hurt.”  She got an award for de-stigmatizing abortion. It “doesn’t have to be scary,” they said.    But Matt Walsh says that her YouTube didn’t REALLY show what abortion looks like.

I read through some of it, and one particular quote jumped out at me. Emily explained her decision to capture the murder of her first born on video, saying this:

“We talk about abortion so much and yet no one really knows what it actually looks like.”

Nobody knows what it looks like?

I think some people know. And the people who know, know that it looks nothing like that pretty little video Emily Letts put together.

I don’t usually resort to this tactic, but I find it necessary to combat this particularly insidious bit of propaganda with the truth. The raw truth. The brutal truth about a brutal thing.

Now that Emily has given us her version of abortion, allow me to paint a slightly different picture.

Then, he links to photos with descriptions that I had to see through squinting eyes.  But we owe it to the babies that are dying even as I type this to TELL THE TRUTH when psychopaths like Emily are spreading tragic lies.

Matt was brave enough to post what abortion really looks like.


Click here for the truth.

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  • dr. woo

    If his post is so amazing, why are parts missing here? Like “we are at war”, or how liberals (the enemy) are “a self worshipping death cult” and are “vile, violent and deceitful”. And if you do not agree with him, you are a liar and an extremist. His own words.

    • VL123

      b/c you are too damn lazy to click on the link and read it.

      • dr. woo

        Wrong. I not only read his post directly from his blog, I quoted it. Those parts were omitted here.

  • Kevin

    An amazing post? For posting abortion pictures? Religious extremists have been doing this outside of abortion clinics, and elsewhere, for decades. Most people tend to find it distasteful. Maybe this qualifies for “amazing” within the pro-life echo chamber. It’s a tired tactic that most tend to ignore at this point.

    • VL123

      I guess you get tired of seeing dead babies.

  • Jen Mandeville

    This is disgusting.

  • VL123

    That was my point. IF you wanted to show what abortion looks like, let’s see it! SHOW IT! Oh no..you just show your face while you moan in pain.

  • Freebird4

    Here’s what Bristol’s life looks like over the course of a year:
    Speaking about Life’s A Tripp.

    A favorite episode was the one when Bristol cooked a Valentines Day dinner for whoever was her boy friend of the moment (Gino?) There was so much wrong in that episode.

    1. Bristol did not know how to cook a chicken. (She had a computer. It’s easy enough to look up recipes and you tube videos of how to cook a chicken).
    2. She had a silly quarrel with Willow, and Willow was smart enough to remove herself from the scene. The problem for Bristol was that Willow was the one who knew how to cook the chicken.
    3. Tripp ate sweets before dinner so he wasn’t hungry. He climbed over the furniture and wouldn’t sit still. (Note: That might be a good time to stop the cameras, have talk with Tripp and expect some good manners. Oh, what was I thinking, we’re talking about Bristol).
    4. Tripp played with lit candles. Bristol should have removed the candles and warned Tripp about getting burned. She did nothing.
    5. The episode showed that Bristol was more interested in cooking a special dinner for her boy friend than in taking care of Tripp. He was neglected, and he acted out to get attention.
    6. I have a feeling that every other episode showed the same problems. Kicking Gino out of the car in the middle of nowhere may have been a stunt for the camera, but it could have seemed very real to Tripp. What if Bristol kicked him to the side of the road next?
    7. Everyone remembers the famous “drops the F bomb.” What was on display were Bristol and Willow, sitting on the sofa, teasing Tripp. Oh, look at the beautiful swimming pool. No, you can’t go in the beautiful swimming pool.(No reason gvien). Tripp is the child, and he reacted as children do, wanting to go swimming. Bristol could have explained that they would go tomorrow, that the kids in the pool were too rowdy, that Tripp could take his pool toys in the bath tub. No, she and Willow played at wannabe-Kardashians, gabbing on the sofa.
    8. How about the episode where Bristol teaches Tripp to stick his tongue out at photographers?

    • Moviesforlife

      Tripp learned how to say “I hate you” whenever he had a temper tantrum and that’s proof of Bristol’s terrible parenting skills as shown on her wack show.

  • Michael Cummings

    I guess I wish I could watch the video. If I thought it would help I’d watch it. I call for Obama to watch it instead but likely (or hopefully?) those who “protect” Obama (those who molded him and therefore created him and write his speeches and remind him what they said in them later) wouldn’t if he still isn’t so desensitized to think for those who are in the womb.

    Christianity teaches us that Jacob and Esau warred against each other in the womb (as the firstborn is His).

  • Freebird4

    “Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin told an antiabortion audience in Indiana on Thursday night that, “for a fleeting moment,” she considered having an abortion after learning that her son Trig would have Down syndrome.

    The experience, she added, “now lets me understand a woman’s, a girl’s, temptation to maybe make it all go away.”

    Ultimately, Palin said, she decided she had to “walk the walk” concerning her long-standing antiabortion views. She avoided using the word “abortion” in her speech, preferring the phrase “change the circumstances.”


    • Michael Cummings

      I am sure Mrs Palin views on the matter were simply to identify with mothers that circumstances can cause mothers, especially young mothers, to make the wrong decision. We are so proud of Trig who is smart, kind, and thoughtful of others…and that, of course, puts him in a league far above many others. If that is your aim here God bless you. Trig is a blessing we all know this, we wouldn’t need to change a hair on his head.

      Oh well I guess not. Why not troll elsewhere since you can’t appreciate common sense values?

  • Jacqueline Gilmore Estrella

    I could no more watch the video, than I could watch a lynching. It is a revulsion that hurts me to my core. Instead, I can view this photo showing surgeons, operating on a baby, in utero, to save it’s life.

  • Denise Hintz Wolfgram

    Matt Walsh always does a great job expressing a great pro-life point of view. Thanks for sharing this, Bristol!