US supporters of late abortion shout ‘Hail Satan’ as Texas legislators consider a 20 week limit

Young women and men supporting late-term abortions shouted ‘Hail Satan’ throughout the day as the Texas House and Senate convened a special session to discuss timekeeping measures following Democrat Wendy Davis’ filibuster de-railing the vote to limit abortions to 20 weeks and establishing stricter safety standards for abortion clinics. On one occasion some young women shouted ‘Hail Satan’ as Christians gave personal testimony about  abortion and sang ‘Amazing Grace’.

Breibart reports:

‘It would be difficult to argue that the pro-abortion crowd wasn’t an “unruly mob” — last week protesters shut down proceedings by screaming from the gallery and used social media to debate the legal consequences of rushing the floor. One protester was reportedly arrested after punching a state trooper who was clearing the gallery. Texas blogger, Adam Cahn was there, and has a report and video from the scene where pro-life women shared their abortion related testimonies, and the pro abort mob responded with repeated chants of “hail Satan.”  He notes that they had been chanting those words all day…’

Protect the Pope comment: Even if these deluded young people only meant to be offensive and are not professed Satanists, their advocacy of killing babies and their visceral hatred and mockery of pro-life Christians expressed in their invocation of Satan puts them in grave danger. Though they most probably don’t know it their chant ‘Hail Satan’ manifests the true inspiration of people who advocate the murder of babies in their mothers wombs.

22 comments to US supporters of late abortion shout ‘Hail Satan’ as Texas legislators consider a 20 week limit

  • Matthew Booth

    The substantive issue here is the legislation, not what a bunch of kids were shouting in order to be offensive.

    I completely agree with the critics of this legislation when they claim it was cynically drafted in order to restrict access to abortion in Texas. That said, I also support the content of the legislation. It’s a weird one.

    • Wake up England

      Matthew Booth:

      I know little of North American federal or state law; but it seems likely that religious hate crime would be illegal. From the evidence so far it would seem likely that there’s a case here should anyone choose to bring it.

      Why do you support the murder of children in their mothers’ wombs? They struggle, you know – fighting for life as they’re ripped apart and then removed by vacuum. Their little hands, ears and toes are torn into manageable sized pieces first. Are you a supporter of other forms of child-murder too? Or is it just the very young ones that you consider fair game?

      • Matthew Booth

        If you read slightly more carefully, I didn’t say in that post that I support abortion. I said I supported the legislation, which actually puts additional restrictions on abortion ;)

        That said, I do believe abortion should be permitted in some circumstances. As for your question, I only eat very small children. Larger ones get stuck in my teeth.

  • Karla

    I do not know if those people were part of any specific group but a group that had ties to the Obama campaign re election had advertised to pay people to protest before pulling the advert, so pathetic and shows how desperate they are:

    Former employees of Texas abortionist Doug Karpen have given an interview in which they say Doug Karpen did abortions after 24 week limit in Texas and Doug Karpen killed three to four babies a day that were born alive:

  • Karla

    ‘Texas Late-Term Abortion Ban Has the Support of 62% of Texas Residents’

    Gallup did a poll in 2011 in which 52% of people who are ‘pro choice’ support making abortion illegal in second trimester and 79% support making abortion illegal in third trimester -

  • ms Catholic state

    They have just let the cat out of the bag!

  • Always Faithful

    One person said “Hail Satan” in a rather snarky tone and posture; the others were chanting, “Not the church, not the state, women must decide their fate.”

    So basically this article stretches the actions of one person to paint a whole group as Satanists. Christians call this lying.

  • Lynda

    Abortion is the main sacrament of satanists.

    • John Dare

      Is that from Oscar Wilde Lynda?

      • Wake up England

        John Dare:

        Don’t be dull, dear.

        • John Dare

          Nick, I’d suggest that your request for less personal abuse is being ignored.

          • Wake up England

            John Dare:

            “Don’t be dull, dear” is the sort of thing my grandmother used to say to us as children. It’s Bonkers to call it “personal abuse”

            Deacon Nick: John Dare has worked-out I will answer-back to his secularist posts in defence of Almighty God. He is quite keen on being “punchy” himself fairly often; but like many of his ilk, he doesn’t like being on the receiving end of punchy comments.

            This current campaign of whinging every time I make an astute observation about his views is an attempt to gain your help in trying to silence to emasculate my posts. Add-in a bit of ironic humour and he becomes frightfully Lemon Lipped and goes into Wounded Swan mode.

            Much as I respect your complete right to publish, delete or moderate any posts (mine included) I do hope the lily-livered cries of “Don’t be nasty to me” will not tempt you to sanitise this blog into being bland pap where no-one’s allowed a to have a spirited exchange without Nanny coming along to hush us all.

            I think that if more people had spoken-out robustly against secularism (and its bedfellow Political Correctness) years ago the Church wouldn’t be in its current state.

            This is, after all, a blog dedicated to protecting the Holy Father and (by extension) the Church.

            It is not a diplomatic cocktail party.

            William Weber.

          • John Dare

            Wm., The day that Nick sanitises this forum, hell really will freeze over. :)

            Having said that, remember:
            * every post on here is moderated ( we don’t know what Nick’s deleted)
            * people like me are useful, and I suspect that we’re allowed as a counterpoint to faith. After all the site would just be ‘the right’ people encouraging each other without us
            * No atheists would mean less persecution to get all excited about

            So, overall, like drones in a beehive we have a use. And me and Rif are like that x. Never thought of meself as a swan but :lol:

          • Wake up England

            John Dare:

            Take part all you like, if you think your contributions add anything worthwhile (which you appear to).

            However what is extremely trying is your penchant for playing the “Personal Abuse” card at every turn. If you’re such a wimp that you whine over being told not to be “dull” then you should pack up your bat and ball.

            You can dish-out strident comments well enough; but you’re extremely precious when someone answers back.

            I can’t imagine you would have been much good at rugby or boxing (Oh Sir, he tackled me and I fell over. Boo Hoo. OOh sir, he hit me and it hurt, boo hoo.

            Try and be a bit more of a man. I thought I was supposed to be the “Gay” one. (Sue me Mr Gove).

  • Benedict Carter

    As we get closer to the day when Anti-Christ announces himself, his followers will become more open in expressing their true allegiance. This news is one of the most deeply frightening and sinister developments in a long time.

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