Horrible! ABC Plays “Silent Night” While Celebrating Abortion

ABC’s Scandal TV series “just crossed a sickening line in the episode ‘Baby It’s Cold Outside.’ The entire hour was an advertisement for Planned Parenthood, but the absolute worst scene was a montage set to the Christmas hymn ‘Silent Night,’ a song that celebrates the birth of Christ, while main character Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington) has an abortion, killing her and the president’s baby.” (H/T: Breitbart)

Kerry Washington is a big supporter of Planned Parenthood, the organization that has been involved in a decades-long program of black genocide. It seems that only some black lives matter.

The TV series Maude was the first show to promote abortion when the Maude character got an abortion. “She was a 47-year-old grandmother with a dilemma: an unexpected pregnancy. It was 1972, the year before Roe vs. Wade made abortion the law of the land.” Abortion was legal in New York before the passage of Roe v. Wade.

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Maude, played by Bea Arthur, was a liberal Democrat who used the show to promote the legalization of abortion nationally.

Since then, abortion has become the bloody sacrament of the Democrat Party…

 

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