Disturbing protests from abortion proponents and media glamour treatment for pro-abort Wendy Davis punctuated the debate over the Texas abortion bill. So when a young girl held up an explicit and obscene pro-abortion sign at the Texas Capitol, of course liberals hailed her as a precocious hero for women’s rights.
Tuesday Cain, a 14-year-old Texan, protested the abortion bill in Texas by holding a sign that read: “Jesus isn’t a d***, so keep him out of my vagina.” But instead of pointing out the lack of common decency and moral respect in the offensive placard, leftie site Salon.com lauded Tuesday as “awesome” for her “willingness to stand up for her convictions.”
Salon hyped the girl’s obscene sign as “quippy” and flaunting “some serious flair.” Praising her “awesome” father Billy Cain for his “touching” “defense of his daughter’s activism,” Salon further whined that “reproductive rights opponents (and jerks on social media) wasted no time in losing their damn minds over it.”
Apparently, the vulgarity of the sign was justified, in Salon’s eyes, by the fact that the young Tuesday Cain “created her sign to grab people’s attention.” Not to mention, of course, that Salon regards the ability to brutally murder babies in the womb as part of “basic human rights.”
Foul pro-abortion responses to the Texan abortion bill have ranged from the repulsive (such asprotesters planning to drop jars of urine on the legislators) to the bizarre (such as Melissa Harris-Perry’s tampon earrings). Nevertheless, the liberal media glorified the pro-abortion protestors and betrayed their bias when they covered Wendy Davis’ filibuster three times more than they covered the gruesome atrocities that sent convicted late-term abortionist Kermit Gosnell to jail.
So Salon’s fawning and Cain’s crude protest are disgusting, but not terribly surprising. What else could you expect from a pro-abortion movement that chanted “Hail Satan!” and “F*** the Church” outside the Texas Capitol?