Warning: Adult Language
While abortion activists near Washington, D.C. were protesting outside the homes of Supreme Court Justices, their leftist ilk in Texas rallied at the state Capitol where one mother, accompanied by her son, laughed off her failed attempt to terminate him, “I almost did. It didn’t work.”
During a “Bans off our Bodies” event on Saturday May 7 in Austin, TX, rally-goers convened on the steps of the Capitol in response to the leak of Justice Samuel Alito’s draft majority opinion regarding Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. Sponsored by nationwide organizations like MoveOn.org, Planned Parenthood and SEIU, according to Fox 7, there appeared to be dozens gathered in protest of the potential overturning of Roe v. Wade.
Owen Shroyer of InfoWars attended the rally and captured the opinions of the activists as he challenged their beliefs on the right to life of the unborn. In so doing, he was confronted by one of the speakers at the rally who grew violent rather quickly.
When presented with the proposition of a right to life, the unnamed mother repeated her belief in “choice.” Then, after choosing to bring her son to the public gathering, whom she referred to as a minor, she appeared to strike Shroyer’s phone used to film the exchange when he turned to address the youth. As she protested any communication with her son, Shroyer asked the boy, “Aren’t you glad she didn’t abort you?”
“I almost did. It didn’t work,” she declared jovially before laughing.
The son then chimed in and told Shroyer, “You believe in ruining the lives of women. Financially, it financially ruined my mother,” as his mother chastised him for engaging in the conversation. He then noted about Shroyer’s positions, “I think it’s funny,” and then diminished his own existence by stating, “I was a cluster of cells.”
As Shroyer then attempted to explain that there are laws that permit abortions through even the third trimester, the women grew increasingly hostile yelling repeatedly, “Name one women,” before adding, “Give me a statistic you f*cking p*ssy.”
Officers could be seen hovering around the interaction with one approaching just prior to the woman smacking the phone out of Shroyer’s hand. While picking up his device, he charged that that was the third instance of assault he had thus far experienced and asked if there would be an arrest.
The group of officers then observed as the women walked away, but remained focused on Shroyer appearing to pin him as an antagonist for voicing his minority opinion at the public rally.
However, that was not the end of their interaction as the women had several other interactions with Shroyer over the course of the more than hour of filming he did at the event. He also spoke with the boy once more and when presenting the Constitutional argument for overturning Roe was met with an atheist defense that God was imagined 2000 years ago and not a valid reasoning for anything in modern society.
Owen Shroyer and the liberal logic. #Infowars #RoeVWade #abortionlaws pic.twitter.com/gJzjsNdh0l
— Warzone with Alex Jones🔥 (@COD_AlexJones) May 10, 2022
At the end of his video, Shroyer was confronted yet again by the women who took his papers from him, tore them up, and threw them at him before daring Shroyer to call the cops proclaiming she didn’t care if she got arrested. He asked if he would be able to press charges before closing out, noting the paltry turn out was evidence that the side of life was winning against the side of abortion.
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