(Daily Wire) – Supposed comedienne Michelle Wolf (yes, the same woman who compared White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders to Aunt Lydia in “The Handmaid’s Tale,” then later doubled down, calling Sanders a “hypocrite” and insulting her “ugly personality”) decided that she’d up the ante, stating on her Netflix show “The Break”: “God bless abortions!”
In a clip for the show that was published on Sunday, Wolf stated, “Look, access to abortion is good and important. Some people say abortion is ‘killing a baby.’ It’s not. It’s stopping a baby from happening. It’s like ‘Back to the Future’ and abortion is the DeLorean. And everyone loves DeLoreans.”
Then Wolf targeted the pro-life movement with more rancid language, asserting, “Pro-life is a propaganda term that isn’t real, like healthy ice cream and handsome testicles,” and adding “anti-abortion” really meant “anti-woman … If these people were actually pro-life, they would be fighting hard for health care, child care, education, gun control, and protecting the environment.”
Wolf continued, “These days, abortion providers have been terrorized by the Right into downplaying their abortion services. You should be proud of it. You’re doing a good thing.”
Wolf, whose show is in its first year, concluded the segment with her “10th Annual Salute to Abortions,” accompanied by a marching band, a balloon arch, and with her dressed in a patriotic costume. As “You’re a Grand Old Flag” played, she intoned, “Abortion I salute you. Women if you need an abortion, get one,” then tossed confetti as she asserted, “God bless abortions and God bless America.”
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