The Olive Branch Report note: you will not see any disturbing pics or video, but what these young adults are doing is sickening and revolting.
Students perform mock abortions during ‘really fun’ game
“It’s somewhat unorthodox, but it’s really fun! Lol!” says the student who posted a new video about the “abortion battles” game being played by college students.
“It’s callous. It’s sickening. It’s not funny,” says right-to-life proponent Greg Pfundstein of the Chiaroscuro Foundation.
Students can be seen laughing and egging on the players.
When he posted the video on YouTube, Marco Rosales wrote, “We were introduced to this epic game called ‘Abortion Battles.’”
Hunter College denies any responsibility for the game and says it is investigating whether to take disciplinary action.
“It seems to have been something spontaneous that took place in the cafeteria,” says a Hunter spokeswoman.
“I think it’s immature, but it’s not like they were doing anything that bad,” says a female student.
The pro-life blog Creative Minority Report posted, “The laughter surrounding the game and the cavalier nature towards life should chill the hearts of anyone with a shred of concern for the sacredness of life.”
- Campus craze: ‘Stab that baby!’ (wnd.com)
- Pro-abortion Hunter College Students Posted Youtube Video Playing “Abortion Battles” Game (katenews2day.wordpress.com)
- Students Shocked By Video Showing ‘Fetus Killing’ Game At Hunter College (newyork.cbslocal.com)
- Hunter College students make abortion a fun party game (fellowshipofminds.wordpress.com)
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