Earlier this week, a small number of abortion activists were caught on camera harassing pro-life advocates with chants of "Hail Satan!" outside the Texas Capitol. What's worse, the pro-life crowd was actually singing "Amazing Grace" when Lucifer made his debut at the demonstration where both supporters and opponents of proposed abortion legislation rallied during a special session called by Gov. Rick Perry.
Now a new – and much creepier – video of the pro-abortion activists' apparent original "Hail Satan!" chant has emerged. Not only can the chant be heard more clearly than in the first video, it's far more unsettling. The chant, most likely intended to merely infuriate and mock pro-lifers, reportedly first occurred during an impassioned speech by a pro-life activist named Ashley Granger.
While it seems rather clear that what they are chanting is "Hail Satan," there is always the possibility (even if remote) that they were saying something that sounds an awful lot like "Hail Satan." Maybe "Stale Bacon" perhaps?
Pro-abortion rights supporters chant at the state Capitol in Austin, Texas, on Tuesday July 2, 2013. Gov. Rick Perry has called lawmakers back for another special session with abortion on the top of the agenda. Credit: AP
More from the blog that posted the video, Cahman's Musings:
As you can tell, her testimony is VERY powerful. The crowd was transfixed, including the pro-abortion people:
As Ashley spoke, a few of the pro-abortion people started saying 'hail Satan' at random. The first time we heard it was at 3:35 of this second video. By 5:15, they're chanting it in unison, VERY creepily:
(Author's note: Ashley asked us to point out that she misspoke when she said abortion kills 1.3 people in the United States each year; she meant to say 1.3 million.)
Read TheBlaze's original report on the incident here.
In addition to being rejected by logical Americans, the abortion-supporting provocateurs from the Texas protest have also been rejected by even Satanists.
"Unfortunate to see Satan's name used in such a diabolical manner. Another example of what 'Satanism' doesn't represent. #HailSatan," the so-called "UK Church of Satan" wrote on Twitter.