You know you live in a healthy society when its “elite” journalists demand even more dead bodies than those being produced by a pandemic.



Hollywood actresses always seem to make an appearance whenever there's a chance that one less baby might be aborted. Celebrity feminists Elizabeth Banks and Busy Philipps joined Democratic lawmakers and pro-abortion demonstrators at the foot of the Supreme Court on March 4 to stand in solidarity with baby-killing as a recent legal case involving the procedure was being heard.



In one of the strangest “feel-good” stories you’re likely to find, Good Morning America featured a segment on four different women and their kids, who were conceived all from the same male donor. The big hook is that these separate “half-families” have met up and become some sort of hybrid family, which is sweet in a grotesque and depraved sort of way.



The always trendy social engineers over at TeenVogue are raising awareness for the pro-choice cause this week, urging young people to get more hysterical about abortion than they currently are. The hard-left kids fashion mag ran a poll on young voters to find out what issues concern them most about the upcoming election. The good news for TeenVogue is that the poll found that most young folks are pro choice, while the bad news is that abortion isn’t a priority issue for them.



On Thursday morning, in the aftermath of conservative icon Rush Limbaugh being awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, CNN's New Day show ran a piece in which correspondent Sara Sidner accused him of a history of engaging in "hateful rhetoric" and of making "racist comments" directed at former President Barack Obama.



Netflix's Sex Education series is back for its second season. This new season, released on January 17, included delightful items like a two and a half minute opening montage of the lead teen character continuously masturbating, a discussion on sexuality being fluid, and the trials of teens obtaining the Morning After Pill.



Just in time for the March For Life, another celeb-driven pro-abortion PSA has been making the rounds on social media, with the message that more Americans than ever are okay with killing babies. Take that, March For Life supporters.



Our democracy is dying: Russia/Ukrainegate has floundered and legal abortion may not be long for this world. In this dire time for progressives, a disgusting pro-abortion art installation must give them comfort. The Guardian and Bloomberg News praised the latest abomination in modern art as a necessary balm to the country’s anti-abortion “stigma” and a great way to “raise funds” for the child-killing procedure.

 


Have you ever browsed through Netflix, looking for a show that went into detail about the strange sexual fantasies and tendencies of other people? Me neither. But Netflix sure has come a long way from being solely a streaming service to now creating and promoting shows that showcase sexual fetishes, like sleeping with multiple partners, being attracted to partners of either sex, and bondage.



Michelle Wolf has been trying to claw her way back to notoriety since attacking former U.S. Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders at the 2018 White House Correspondents Dinner. Now she’s got a new weapons grade joke designed to trigger conservatives, and well, we’ll give her credit. Combining blasphemy and abortion, Wolf joked that her own procedure made her feel so “powerful” that she “felt like God.”



A left-wing outlet praised liberal billionaire Warren Buffett’s Susan Thompson Buffett Foundation’s abortion funding between 2001-2014 in September, drooling that it is “the biggest funder of access to abortion for low-income women in the United States.” That funding of Abortion Inc. went well into 2017-2018.



What do you call a Planned Parenthood supporter, anti-Kavanaugh activist, social media titan and supermodel known for “baring it all," who's also a feminist? Well normal Americans would call her a catwalk strutting oxymoron, but the media would call her “influential” and lavish heaps of praise on her for her “whirlwind career,” while giving her a platform for her wonky lefty politics.