Students supporting the Planned Parenthood danced and giddily ridiculed a pro-life group’s Cemetery of the Innocents which is a dedication to all fetuses killed by abortion.
The Students for Life chapter that made the Cemetery of the Innocents caught the mockery from members of the Students United for Planned Parenthood group on video.
One female student sang while dancing: “Stop, hey, hey, what’s that sound, all the fetuses are in the ground!”
She led chants with other protestors in support for Planned Parenthood while bragging about getting an abortion.
“Look, there’s mine right there!” she said as she pointed to one of the crosses.
Another student said they should “kiss in the fetus graveyard” and added that her biggest “kink” is abortion, according to StudentsForLife.org.
In a post shared on the pro-life group’s site, Sarah Zarr, the regional coordinator, said the protestors immediately took to their display as soon as it was created.
“Some of the members came to talk to us but would not have dialogue they just wanted to shout their points at us. One girl told me I was using my white privilege and ‘wasn’t allowed to be out there talking about this issue when it affects black women,’” Zarr expressed.
The group also had a table with literature but a male protestor took three stacks of literature, ran off and “threw it all in the gutter.”
“We then went and filed a police report and the police said they couldn’t do anything because we were handing out the info he didn’t technically steal even though we said not all of it was to take,” Zarr said. “He finally let us a file a police report but said charges can’t be made until they investigate.”
A Cemetery for the Innocents made by the University of Michigan Ann Arbor’s Students for Life chapter was defiled pro-abortion activists. A video caught by the pro-life group shows an activist picking up pink crosses and throwing them in a trash bag.
Kaylena Wiederhold, a regional coordinator, confronted the female activist, saying: “Is there a reason why you’re doing this?”
“We disagree with it,” the activist answered.
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