The BAAS claim foetus broke Graduation Day speech rules

A valedictorian, preborn baby girl made an impassioned farewell speech before being dismembered and then scraped from her mother’s womb. Paraphrasing the words of teen abortion promotor Paxton Smith in her graduation speech, she said:

“I have dreams, hopes and ambitions. Every child in the womb does. We have spent this time growing in our mother’s womb, developing towards our futures and without our consent or input, our control over our lives is being stripped away from us.”

Then, the preborn girl quoted directly from Paxton’s speech saying:

“I am terrified that if my mother aborts me then my hopes and dreams for myself will no longer be relevant. I hope you can feel how gut wrenching it is to have autonomy over your own body taken from you.”

At that very moment the preborn girl felt the abortionist’s sopher clamp grab her leg and start wrenching it from the rest of her tiny body. She emitted a silent scream..

A spokesperson for the British Abortion Advisory Service (BAAS) issued a statement asserting that, “The fetus should never have been allow to divert from its pre-approved speech. After all, who wants to listen to pathetic rhetoric of a whingeing, whining little parasite in the womb? I ask you! This was clearly inappropriate and a breach of the rules.”

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