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Published On: Mon, Mar 14th, 2016

Pro-choice activists answer when or if abortion should ever be illegal

Outside of the Texas Supreme Court, MRCTV’s Dan Joseph took their cameras to pro-choice activists to ask when an abortion should be illegal.

Some protesters just dismissed the question as “not my place to say” while some offered no limits at all. Check out the full video segment below.

Pro choice abortion supporter at rally with Stop the Sham sign

photo/ screenshot MRCTV video

“Fetuses are not babies,” said the lady with the sign promoting Stoppatriarchy.org while a man discussed how you can’t live a happy life without abortion being legal.

After a few questions, the protesters begin targeting the interviewer, the website as pro-life promoting “female enslavement,” other women who are pro-life and yet, some never answer the question.

Their online coverage noted that “Most states ban abortions after somewhere between 20 and 24 weeks into the pregnancy, or up until the point at which the baby can live outside of the womb (usually referred to as the point of viability).”

Democratic candidates Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton were asked similar questions last week, with the candidates offering the same talking points, check that out here.

Full coverage at MRC – click here

Woman dressed as a uterus photo/ screenshot MRCTV video

Woman dressed as a uterus photo/ screenshot MRCTV video

photo: 14 week fetus photo/ Your Pregnancy week by week

photo: 14 week fetus photo/ Your Pregnancy week by week

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