Major Abortion Provider Outraged When Told To Make A Choice, Claims Oppression

I am copying and linking back to a note Roni Cairns wrote on Facebook. It was too funny not to share.

“Just this last week, millions were outraged nationwide when it was revealed that a major abortion provider might be profiting off of the sale of human organs.

Abortion Selection Services (ASS) was allegedly caught in an undercover sting admitting that human fetal organs could be bought for the right price.

Anne Idey-Ott, CEO of ASS claims she was just as outraged by the video, though for different reasons than most might be.

While Idey-Ott explained that this exchange of money for human fetal organs was completely normal and “no big deal”, she also explained that she was shocked and outraged that anyone would be upset about it.

Idey-Ott’s outrage didn’t end there.

“It’s crazy,” she said to ROFL News, “These people are demanding that I tell them whether I’m selling actual human organs or potential human organs!”

Idey-Ott added: “You can’t just force me to say one or the other! These anti-choicers are just getting more anti-choice by the day! Their oppression knows no limits!”

Idey-Ott accuses anti-choicers of wanting to “force women back into the kitchen.”

Stu Phid, head of the Foundation for the Elective Termination of the Unborn Species (FETUS) agrees with Idey-Ott’s sentiments.

“I don’t even know if they realize how illogical they are.” he says.

[It should be noted that when an ROFL News interviewer asked Idey-Ott if anti-choicers were trying to force women into “actual kitchens” or “potential kitchens”, she declined to comment further.]”


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