Video posted by the pro-life advocacy group Created Equal appears to show an angry young woman turning over and stomping on anti-abortion signs while asking her audience whether they want “an overpopulated earth” with “a generation” of babies “born to crackheads.”
The clip– just one minute and ten seconds long with the introduction and conclusion– was allegedly filmed on April 2 at Ohio State University. It begins with the seemingly self-righteous woman walking towards the signs, turning them over, and stomping on them.
She unabashedly asks, destroying one sign after another: “You want an overpopulated earth? You want to keep paying taxes for babies that are born to crackheads? You really want that? You really want a population of people that were born on drugs? That are born into welfare? You want to keep paying for that sh*t? ‘Cause I don’t.”
Watch the shocking scene via Created Equal, below:
The video is so stunning that the Daily Caller wrote that it was “hard to believe at first that [it] isn’t some strange hoax.”
But the DC was able to verify that Ohio State University police are indeed investigating damage to “Pro-Life sign boards with pictures of aborted babies (approximately 2′x3′ in size).”
When asked why they didn’t try to stop the woman from destroying their work, the group noted that they contacted the authorities to handle the situation.
“There was no reason for any of our volunteers to risk their own safety in order to stop her vandalism,” they said. “People are more valuable than objects.”
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