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Planned Parenthood supporters mock Students for Life display by chanting about how great abortion is

‘When I say aborted, you say fetuses’

A group of Planned Parenthood supporters hijacked a Students for Life display chanting phrases like “Stop, hey what’s that sound? All the fetuses are in the ground!” and “When I say aborted, you say fetuses!” on the campus of the University of Texas at San Antonio.

Caleb Hull, former creative director for Turning Point USA, posted a video of the Planned Parenthood supporters on his Twitter account with the caption, “This is one of the most infuriating things I’ve ever seen: Planned Parenthood supporters sing chants in a ‘fetus graveyard’ at the University of Texas-San Antonio setup by @StudentsforLife.”

Watch the video here:

One activist in the video is seen walking through the fetus graveyard and pointing at one of the crosses, saying sarcastically, “That one’s mine.”

“I’m just so slutty, I got pregnant so I had to get an abortion,” another activist yells. “I had an abortion,” another said loudly. An individual off-camera asked, “And you’re proud of it?” to which the activist responded, “Yes, I’m super proud of it.”

“How am I infringing on your fucking free speech?” an activist yells at another individual off-camera. “Are we stopping you from talking?” the individual responded. “I can’t hear y’all,” a different activist yelled back. “What if we piss in the fetus graveyard?” another activist said.

The activists all held signs saying, “I stand with Planned Parenthood.”

They also chanted, “When I say planned, you say parenthood,” “When I say aborted, you say fetuses,” and “Stop, hey hey what’s that sound? All the fetuses are in the ground!”

H/T: Twitchy.

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