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More Hollywood pedophiles unmasked; Sarah Silverman threatens netizens

Tue, 24 Jul 2018 13:20:35 +0000

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In addition to director of Disney movies James Gunn and actor Michael Ian Black, more Hellywood pedophiles are being unmasked:

  • “Law and Order” director Jace Alexander
  • Writer/producer Dan Harmon
  • Actor/comedian Patton Oswalt

Recall that James Gunn tweeted these (see “The sick pedo tweets and pics of Hollywood director James Gunn“):

And Michael Ian Black tweeted this:

Jace Alexander

Jace Alexander, 54, is a married father of three and the director of shows including Rescue Me, The Mysteries of Laura, Raising Hope, Burn Notice and Lizzie McGuire, as well as 32 episodes of Law & Order.

The son of Emmy and Tony award–winning actress Jane Alexander, Jace was a co-executive producer on NBC’s The Blacklist. He also worked as an actor, playing a robber in the 1995 film Clueless and had a role in Crocodile Dundee II as well as the TV series Royal Pains and 2013 TV movie Jodi Arias: Dirty Little Secret.

US Magazine reports that on June 28, 2016, in a New York courtroom, Jace Alexander was sentenced to 10 years’ probation on child pornography charges and must register as a sex offender in New York.

Alexander had faced up to seven years in prison after pleading guilty in January to promoting a sexual performance by a child and possessing an obscene performance by a child. Digital files showing children under 16 engaging in sex acts were found on computers at Alexander’s Dobbs Ferry, New York, home.

Dan Harmon

Dan Harmon, 45, is a Hollywood writer, producer, actor and voice actor. He created and produced the NBC sitcom Community, co-created the animated series Rick and Morty, and co-founded the alternative television network/website Channel 101.

Breitbart reports, July 23, 2018, that Harmon deleted his Twitter account last weekend after a fake baby rape video featuring him resurfaced and went viral on social media.

In the five-minute video, that’s supposed to be a joke, Harmon plays a child molester named Daryl who climbs through a window, pulls down his pants and underwear, and rubs his genitals on a plastic baby doll lying on a couch. Harmon says on camera: “I rape babies.”

Dan Harmon rapes baby doll

Patton Oswalt

Patton Oswalt, 49, is a stand-up comedian, writer, actor and voice actor, known for roles such as Spencer Olchin in the sitcom The King of Queens, voicing Remy in the movie Ratatouille and playing multiple identical brothers on the TV series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Oswalt was so unhinged by the election of Donald Trump to the presidency that he urged ISIS terrorists to attack Trump’s real estate properties around the world. On Nov. 25, 2016, Oswalt @pattonoswalt retweeted a message by Islamic terrorist Iyad el-Baghdadi @iyad_elbaghdadi prompting terrorists to attack Trump properties around the world:

Oswalt “joked” about pedophilia in a series of tweets. You decide if these are jokes:

“My dong is super-friendly and loves getting rubbed by children.”

“I am a PROUD pedophile!”

“Let NAMBLA [North American Man/Boy Love Association] members fuck anyone they want. Am I so crazy wanting my kid to grow up in a safer world?”

“There’s a 35% chance I’d blow a Girl Scout for a sleeve of Thin Mints.”

Netizens on the chan chat boards played a vital role in the recent and ongoing unmasking of Hollywood pedophiles.

On July 22, 2018, someone who looks like unfunny comedienne Sarah Silverman — she who said “I want to eat an aborted fetus“, that Jesus is pro-abort, “I hope the Jews did kill Christ. I’d do it again. I’d f*cking do it again”, and called for a military coup to overthrow President Trump — issued a threat on 4chan to “stand down”:

“Let me make something resoundingly clear . . . you’re not all as anonymous as you think you are . . . far from it. What you’re doing is tantamount to terrorism and trust me, there WILL BE SERIOUS REPERCUSSIONS.”

According to Neon Revolt, the image of Silverman is real:

[T]he only editing used on the photo was . . . to mask some wrinkles . . . . The image on the phone was, evidently, not photoshopped, nor was this simply a case of someone slapping a hand holding a phone over Sarah Silverman’s dimly-lit face. No, this was Sarah legitimately thinking she could intimidate the “Internet Hate Machine” by taking a selfie with some text on it.

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Sarah Silverman: I want to eat an aborted fetus


Corrine Weaver reports for NewsBusters that on February 1, 2018, in a pro-abort fundraising telethon, unfunny comedienne Sarah Silverman, 47, said that a conscience clause law preventing aborted fetuses from being used in manufactured food products “would make her want to eat an aborted fetus.”
The live-streamed fundraiser telethon, “Life Is a Living Nightmare: A Telethon to Fix It,” was held by the Lady Parts Justice League, founded by Lizz Winstead, 56, a co-creator of The Daily Show. Co-hosted by Winstead and Silverman, the telethon featured four hours of political rants, an interview with abortionist Willie Parker, and “shitty law” abortion charades introduced by a woman wearing a vagina costume.
Two of the “shitty” conscience laws were acted out in charades by volunteers:
(1) An Oklahoma law, in response to a food lab considering using human stem cells to create artificial food flavoring, bans the use of aborted fetuses as ingredients in the manufacture of food products. In the telethon charade on this “shitty” law,  a volunteer yelled “kill the baby!”. Winstead said about the law: “This is fucking batshit. A lot of times they will create laws to make you think that this is some epidemic that needs to be addressed.” Silverman said: “If anything has ever made me want to eat an aborted fetus, it’s this law.”
Here’s a clip from the telethon, at the end of which you’ll see and hear Silverman say those words:
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(2) A law requiring abortion clinics to cremate or bury every aborted fetus. Silverman said: “Fucking funerals for fucking aborted fetuses? I would like to speak at those funerals. He lived the way he died. He died the way he lived. The size of a sesame seed with no discerning brain function.”
This is what Silverman said about conscience clause laws and religious freedom:

Religious freedom used to be such a beautiful thing cuz it was like this big inclusive thing in the country, and now it’s just this shroud to legalize hate and shit like that.”


Another rabid pro-abort, Star Wars actor Mark Hamill — who said you’re insane if you don’t vote for Obama — was also present at the telethon, where he created two pieces of “art” to be auctioned off. Hamill also donated and auctioned a Disney Last Jedi poster, promising to personalize the poster by writing “something obscene and dirty if you want.”
Disney must be so proud.
Winstead chimed in, laughing: “Mark Hamill is actually going to become an abortion provider! He’ll give you an abortion with a Jedi wand! It’s going to be awesome!”

Towards the end of the telethon, Winstead cried as she extolled abortion providers baby-killers as heroic people who “provide this amazing care for people . . . [who] used it [abortion] to become better people”.
H/t FOTM reader Big Lug
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Hollyweird still believes we care about them: Stars launch "Glam Up the Midterms" to get millennials to vote


Because apparently this process – when election day is, how to register to vote, and who the candidates are – is too complicated for some people to figure out. Shouldn’t the public education system have taught millennials how this whole election thing works?
Hint: If millennials can’t access the internet to figure out the election process, maybe they shouldn’t be voting.
From Hollyweird Reporter: Funny or Die has commissioned Billy Eichner and other big-name comedians to encourage millennials to vote during the Nov. 6 midterm elections with the launch of the “Glam Up the Midterms” campaign. 
“I had a dream last night that several small town Americans called me and were begging me to have more TV and film personalities lecture them about politics,“ Eichner said of the campaign. “So I’m here to answer their prayers!
According to an NBC news poll, only 12 percent of millennials voted in the last midterm election, something that Eichner wants to change by bringing various stars to districts across the country. Comedians participating in the campaign include James Corden, Sarah Silverman, Seth Meyers, Jimmy Kimmel, Conan O’Brien, John Oliver, Robin Thede, Andy Cohen and Chelsea Handler.
In all seriousness, I have certainly skipped more than a few midterm elections in my day — and now I deeply regret it,” the Emmy-winning actor said. “So, after years of shouting at people on Billy on the Street, I’ve decided it’s time to use my voice to do some good and to encourage young people all across the country not to make the same mistakes I did. Say what you will about me, I have a lot of energy and I can’t wait to use it to help get out the vote and help ‘Glam Up The Midterms’ on Nov 6th!”
During former president Barack Obama’s term, Funny or Die helped raise awareness about Obamacare with the president’s appearance on Zach Galifianakis’ Between Two Ferns. Funny or Die indicated that Trump wasn’t as game as Obama or even former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, who sat for a Between Two Ferns interview.
“Sadly, the former host of Celebrity Apprentice won’t return our phone calls,” Funny or Die DC’s head writer David Litt joked of Trump. “But we’ll be working with artists across the country to increase the number of Americans – especially young people – who vote in 2018.”
The campaign will work to convince voters under the age of 40 to fight for democracy and take the time to vote in November. 
The “Glam Up the Midterms” portion starts at the 2:41 mark in the above video.
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Unfunny comedienne Sarah Silverman is scared of the American flag

Sun, 10 Dec 2017 02:00:33 +0000

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During a monologue on her Hulu political variety show on Dec. 7, 2017, Sarah Silverman, 47, recalled her reaction many years ago when her first boy friend hoisted an American flag in the front yard of his home.

Silverman said:

“I had a boyfriend many years ago, he was my first boyfriend who had his own house, and one day I went outside to see what he was doing, and he was hoisting an American flag up the flagpole in his front yard. And I instantly felt very weird. It didn’t make sense, but I felt this feeling of like, um, I felt scared. Yeah, I felt scared. And so I was, like, ‘What are you doing?’ And he said, ‘Raising the flag,’ and I was, like, ‘Why?’ And he’s, like, ‘Um, because I love America?’ And I was like, ‘Right, right, of course,’ but inside I was shaken. “

Silverman said she then “calmly” walked to her car, got inside, and called her sister Susie, who’s a rabbi in Israel to try to understand why she was “freaking out” about her boyfriend’s American flag.

Susie explained that “nationalism is innately terrifying for Jews. Think about it: flags, marching, blind allegiance — these things tend to ring a bell for us.”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TyconRLq804

While the video above ends in Susie’s “explanation” of why flags are “terrifying” for Jews, The Washington Times tells us that Silverman went on to criticize President Trump’s “nationalist” slogans like “Make America Great Again” and “America First” for “exploiting” patriotism and for blindly crowing that America is “No. 1”. Silverman said she fears Trump’s “‘We’re No. 1’ nationalism is really like an old bed buddy of racism and xenophobia.” That’s why she can’t “get behind the flag” because saying America is No. 1 is just “tacky”.

Born in Bedford, New Hampshire to Jewish parents, Sarah Silverman endorsed Bernie Sanders for President but then spoke at the 2016 Democratic National Convention in support of Hillary Clinton and urged other Bernie supporters to do likewise.

In 2005, Silverman made a comedy concert film called “Sarah Silverman: Jesus is Magic,” in which she holds a microphone to her mouth, crotch and butt as she sings a rendition of the Christian hymn Amazing Grace from her orifices in three part harmony. She also makes jokes about baby-killing, masturbation, rape, anal sex, 9/11, AIDS, and the Holocaust.

So Silverman uses the Holocaust as comedy material, but the American flag is “terrifying” because it reminds Jews of the Holocaust. Betcha Sarah Silverman doesn’t think the Israeli flag and Israeli nationalism are terrifying or tacky.

Sarah Silverman is a psychopath

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The best pro-life movie of the year? A “comedy” about abortion

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Washington Post: From the first words out of her filthy, brazenly irreverent mouth, the stand-up comedian Donna Stern goes there. Working a room of Brooklyn hipsters in a cramped club on open-mike night, she doesn’t just work blue: She works teal, azure and shades of aquamarine that haven’t even been discovered on the light spectrum yet.

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Obvious Child,” a provocative romantic comedy from new writer-director Gillian Robespierre, opens with Stern doing one of her bits, giddily sharing the most intimate secrets of her day-old lingerie like a cross between sweet-faced, foul-mouthed Amy Schumer and Jerry Seinfeld. Donna is played by “Saturday Night Live” alum Jenny Slate, who possesses the same good-girl cuteness of Schumer and Sarah Silverman, and the same shocking subversive streak. As her business-school-professor mother complains at one point, she’s such a smart, nice Jewish girl who passed her SAT with flying colors. “And now you waste that 720 verbal telling jokes about having diarrhea in your pants.”

That’s one of the few lines in “Obvious Child” that can be repeated in a family newspaper. The queasy, prudish and easily offended should be forewarned that Robes­pierre, like so many of her contemporaries, clearly sees profanity as a legitimate arrow in the quiver of liberation, a mode of bracing, confrontational candor that instantly disarms fusty structures of sexism and other depredations. When Donna’s best friend, Nellie (Gaby Hoffmann), uses a common epithet for the female anatomy to fulminate against the Supreme Court, she’s appropriating the rhetoric of oppression and using it, jiujitsu-like, to strike back.

That’s one reading. Seen through another lens, Donna and her friends’ constant — and often unfunny — swearing and nattering on about sex and other bodily functions resembles a group of little kids seeing just how much they can get away with before being sent to permanent timeout. That immaturity is at the core of “Obvious Child,” in which Donna gets dumped, loses her job and faces an unplanned pregnancy after a drunken one-night stand. The whole point of the film is that she’s unformed, using her 20s to experiment and make mistakes and, in the case of deciding whether to terminate her pregnancy, make the decisions that will ultimately create a more experienced — maybe even wiser and more compassionate — adult human being.

That balance — between annoying, cavalier self-involvement and genuine vulnerability and growth — is what keeps “Obvious Child” interesting, making it one of the most startlingly honest romantic comedies to appear onscreen in years. Donna and her friends aren’t always likable: They’re spiky, sharp-elbowed and unremittingly coarse, making viewers of a certain age long for just a little more softness between them. As with “Girls,” the HBO show that most clearly shares “Obvious Child’s” young-feminist DNA, the most nuanced and sympathetic character isn’t Donna or her female friend, but a guy — in this case, sweet-natured Max (Jake Lacy), the wholesome, unsuspecting straight arrow who may or may not be a father by the time Donna has made her own choice.

That choice, and how it’s depicted, vaults “Obvious Child” beyond just another savvy New York indie and into cultural watershed territory: After years of movies that depict abortion as a non-option (the worst offender being “Juno,” which had to set up the straw man of a dingy, disgusting clinic for the teenage heroine to continue her pregnancy), “Obvious Child” dares to portray Donna’s decision in a way that’s serious and emotionally consequential but not fraught with crippling anxiety, shame or regret.

Because Donna processes everything through her comedy, “Obvious Child” occasionally tiptoes and then stomps right over the line of good taste. There are one-liners that seem designed to validate every negative stereotype of callous urban liberals ever concocted by the far right. But Robespierre has the courage to take those interpretive lumps, in service to a larger point: that we’ve reached a moment in our social, political and cultural life when the non-punitive portrayal of a woman exercising her right to a safe and legal abortion is considered more taboo than the numbing succession of murders, maimings, disfigurements and assaults we consume on a weekly basis in movie theaters and on TV.

Through it all, even despite her crankiest, most selfish and adolescent moments, Donna earns the audience’s support, thanks largely to the inherent sweetness Slate brings to her screwed-up but lovable character. There are as many awkward, discomfiting sequences in “Obvious Child” as there are interludes of genuine fun and romance. The result is a movie that feels risky and forgiving and, despite its traditional rom-com contours, refreshingly new. If we can stipulate that existence is an inherently messy affair, ungainly and contradictory and confoundingly unresolved, then “Obvious Child” may be the most pro-life movie of the year.

"Compassion"

“Compassion”

Only in a twisted mind is a “comedy” about abortion a pro-life movie.

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h/t Newsbusters

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Sarah Silverman Faked Abortion (to Trick Young Girls Into Having Them)

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Unfunny comedian Sarah Silverman told fellow unfunny comedian Bill Maher on his show “Real Time With Bill Maher” that she faked having an abortion. She also called unborn babies “goo.”

Unfunny Maher’s response? He thanked Sarah for her bravery.

One wonders how many young girls were tricked into aborting their own babies after being misled by a celebrity into believing that abortion is a good thing.

Here’s a picture of Silverman showing her un-pregnant belly while claiming to be pregnant (Gee, did she get this idea from Beyonce?), while tweeting, “Got a quickie aborsh in case R v W gets overturned,” referring to Republican promises to roll back the landmark 1973 Roe v Wade decision that legalized abortion.

Sarah Silverman Fake Pregnancy

Silverman organized a fundraiser in Texas to provide money to women seeking abortions. When protesters told her, “You’re going to hell.” Silverman replied, “I can’t. I don’t believe in God.” Perhaps she’s never heard that ignorance of the law is no excuse.

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The blasphemy of Sarah Silverman: Jesus is pro-abort

Tue, 04 Feb 2014 21:38:10 +0000

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Sarah Silverman is a vile “comedienne” who thinks being rude, insulting, irreverent and blasphemous is funny.

In a tweet in March 2013, she made cruel fun of surviving spouses of those who were killed on 9/11:

Sarah Silverman

The latest from Silverman:

In a new pro-abortion public service announcement, Silverman — a non-religious Jew — says Jesus had appeared to her, calling her to spread his message.

And what’s Jesus’ message?

That he is “bummed” by people who use his name for”intolerance and oppression” — people who are “anti-choice,” that is, who are opposed to killing innocent unborn babies.

Silverman’s devilish Jesus then smiles and says, “I’m Jesus F-ing Christ,” after which Jesus the Devil brings Silverman to a fake orgasm and tells her she is a “good little Jewish girl.”

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Silverman’s video on YouTube has 11,146 thumbs up and only 3,192 thumbs down.

H/t Patriot Action Network

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What is wrong with left-wing people?

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Bob Woodward is a Washington Post investigative reporter and author, celebrated for his reporting, with Carl Bernstein, on the Nixon administration’s Watergate scandal.
To his credit, unlike the many Obama toadies in the media, Woodward has not refrained from criticizing the POS, most recently over Obama’s lie that “The sequester is not something that I’ve proposed. It is something that Congress has proposed.”
When Woodward contacted a White House official to warn that he would be publicly questioning Obama’s account of how the sequestration came about and the terms negotiated, the official (later identified as Obama’s economic advisor Gene Sperling) “yelled at [him] for about a half-hour”, and then made a vague threat, saying in a follow-up email that Woodward would “regret” publishing the report.
For reporting that thuggish threat, instead of supporting Woodward, his fellow journalists vilified him. Appearing on Current TV, reporter and Buzzfeed contributor Michael Hastings said: “There are people waiting for Woodward to die so they can dish stuff on him that they’re too afraid to say now.”
What we are witnessing is another instance of the viciousness of the Left. How dare Woodward betray his profession by criticizing The One?
Here’s an essay by Peter Hitchens (brother of the late Christopher Hitchens), asking why the Left are so vicious. Though Hitchens is referring to Leftwingers in the UK, what he says applies also to Leftwingers in the U.S. and across the world. Remember V.I. Lenin, Josef Stalin, Mao Zedong, Pol Pot, and the ongoing nightmare of North Korea.

Sarah SilvermanSarah Silverman is a leftwing comedienne

Only Left-wingers could think killing and maiming is a giggle

By Peter Hitchens – Daily Mail – 23 February 2013
What is wrong with Left-wing people? Why are so many of them so filled with violent hatred of anyone who disagrees with them?
Why has so little attention been paid to the cruel, bloodstained words of John O’Farrell, the official Labour candidate in the Eastleigh by-election?
Mr O’Farrell, an alleged comedian, has not as far as I know repudiated or regretted a passage in a book he wrote at the age of 36, saying he wished Margaret Thatcher had died in the Brighton Bomb.

He said: ‘In October 1984 when the Brighton bomb went off, I felt a surge of excitement at the nearness of her demise and yet disappointment that such a chance had been missed.’
In case anyone had missed his point, he added later. ‘I just hated her so very, very much.’
I am not, as it happens, a great admirer of Lady Thatcher myself. And I’m not above a bit of invective and mockery against the politicians I actively despise.
But it is the hate-filled violence of this passage that strikes me. What kind of person can write this, and then not cross it out in embarrassment?
This is not the only example of this sort of thing last week. The BBC has for many years tolerated a radio programme called ‘The News Quiz’ on which sniggering fun-revolutionaries (at your expense) are paid to amuse a sniggering Left-wing studio audience with babyish jests, under the guidance of a self-satisfied chairwoman who thinks she is cleverer than she is.
On a recent edition, a purported comedian referred to the Education Secretary, Michael Gove, as ‘a foetus in a jar’.
This was the cue for an exchange in which Mr Gove was (very falsely) described as being friendless (I count him as a friend, though I disagree with him strongly, and so do many others in politics and journalism), and then as having ‘a  face that makes even the  most pacifist of people reach for the shovel in  anticipation of reshaping it’.
A sole Tory panellist, serving as a figleaf for the programme’s blatant bias, was swiftly brushed aside when he tried to defend Mr Gove. The BBC’s attempt to defend this malicious tripe is so wretched that I will do them a favour and not reproduce it.
In my experience, nasty, bullying people often attempt to disguise their true feelings as ‘jokes’. So there it is, the modern Left displayed – a parliamentary candidate who publicly wished for the hideous, violent death of a woman, and is not ashamed, and a BBC programme that publicly discusses smashing a man’s face with a shovel.
Both of these are supposedly jokes. But they are not. They are a symptom of a raging sickness of the soul that has the modern Left in its grip. They are so sure that they are right that they no longer think their opponents are human.
That way lie the torture cellar, the re-education camp and the firing squad, as the Left proves every time it gets enough power to show what it is really like. It’s not funny.
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Monday morning quickies

A devastated-looking man knocks on the door of a woman known for her
charity.
“Please, ma’am,” he says when she opens up, “can you help this poor,
tragic family down the block? The father just lost his job, and his wife is too ill to work. They’re about to be turned out into the cold
streets unless someone can pay their rent.”
“That’s the worst thing I’ve ever heard in my life!” says the woman.
“May I ask who you are sir?”
“Their landlord.”
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A wife asked her husband: 'What do you like most in me, my pretty face
or my sexy body?'
He looked at her from head to toe and replied: 'I like your sense of
humour!'
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Wife: ‘What are you doing?’
Husband: “Nothing.”
Wife: ‘Nothing…? You’ve been reading our marriage certificate for an
hour.’
Husband: ‘I was looking for the expiration date.’
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~Steve~                             H/T  Joseph

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Sarah Silverman is sick…

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‘Got a quickie aborsh’: Comedienne Sarah Silverman supports pro-choice debate, tweeting ‘before-and-after abortion’ photos

Daily Mail UK:  Comedienne Sarah Silverman joined America’s current War on Women yesterday after she tweeted a hoax before-and-after abortion photo.  Reigniting the women’s rights movement via Twitter, the 41-year-old wrote: ‘Got a quickie aborsh in case R v W gets overturned.’
The controversial comment captioned two photos of Miss Silverman made to look like she was pregnant before getting an abortion – and quickly divided opinion.
While she caused a wave of support from hundreds of people voicing liberal pro-choice beliefs, she also drew criticism for her ‘insensitivity’ for a subject that is ‘no laughing matter‘.
The first image shows Silverman extremely bloated after having eaten a burrito, and the second shows her wearing the same outfit with a wash-board flat stomach after the bloating had subsided.
At the expense of the Republican party who want to take away women’s autonomy over their bodies, the comedienne paired potty humour with political commentary, using the montage to make a strong and simple point about the ongoing War on Women.
And many people are applauding the high profile personality for using her trademark sarcasm to directly comment on the possibility the Roe vs. Wade decision may be overturned in the U.S.
First of all, this wasn’t a “hoax”.  This was a deliberate attempt to make a political statement.  And a sick one at that.  You think women who had to make that difficult choice appreciate this attempt at “humor”?
Secondly, the War on Women?  What about the war on the unborn?  I know, I know…it’s a woman’s “right” to kill her unborn baby.  I just wish women would own up to the fact that 1) you can get pregnant if you have sex and 2) face the consequences and consider the life of the unborn child.
But that’s not very “progressive” of me…
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