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Pro-abortion students destroy pro-life monument at Catholic school


Pro-abortion students destroy pro-life monument at Catholic school.

Pro-abortion students at St. Louis University in Missouri were videotaped Monday vandalizing a memorial to aborted babies created by pro-life students on the campus of the Jesuit-run Catholic school.

Nick Baker, the organizer of Students for Life, shared the video of the destruction of a commemorative cross-shaped flag, honoring some 800,000 aborted babies in 2019, and the subsequent confrontation he had with one of the pro-abortion students several days later, the Daily Mail reported.

On Monday, two abortion advocates harassed Baker for “embarrassing” women with the memorial that had been approved by the university.

A student identified by the Daily mail when Fiorella Michelis tried to demolish the monument and then later, she is heard in the video saying angrily to Baker: “I’ll keep killing fucking babies!”

Michelis and her partner, who is identified in the video as Olivia Jarrell, are seen kicking the flags that formed the screen of the cross, pulling them off the ground, and trampling the area.

“So you love disrespecting women,” Jarrell tells Baker in the video and asks if he built the screen.

When Baker acknowledges that he and his fellow Students for Life created the monument, the student identified as Michelis responds, “Yes, a man who has absolutely no right to tell women what to do with their bodies or to try to embarrass or make them feel guilty for their decisions that they have absolutely every right to make. ”

According to the news, two other students approach the confrontation and a man asks the pro-abortion students: “Could you let them have theirs?” The student identified as Michelis is heard replying, “Why can’t you just leave the women alone?”

The student offers that the memorial “helps us remember the people who were aborted” and asks the students to “respect the freedom of expression of these people.”

The student who identified herself as Jarrell asks, “If a woman who had an abortion came by, how do you think she would feel about it?”

“I’m sure she wouldn’t feel very well, but that’s why we have to reach out to them and help them,” the student is heard replying, but the pro-abortion students interrupt him.

“They are the ones who are embarrassing them, so how are they going to offer some kind of condolences or something?” Michelis is heard to object. “How does this help someone?”

On Wednesday, when the student identified as Michelis approached Baker on the sidewalk, he videotaped her fuming at her.

“People hate you,” you hear him say. “You are a disgusting misogynist, and you know that karma is going to get you. You’ll see it when you die, and hopefully, you’ll go to hell. ”

“You can see my photos, you can see how beautiful I am, how good my life is,” she continues in the video. “What do you have? You’re a fucking loser and you think you can tell other people what to do with their fucking bodies. ”

When Baker informs him that the majority of Students for Life members are women, Michelis is heard saying in the video: “You really enjoy your life, because I will enjoy mine. And I’ll keep killing babies. ”

According to the Daily mail, Baker confirmed that Michelis is one of the women who filmed desecrating the monument and the student who reprimanded him Wednesday and promoted that she would “continue to kill babies.”

The report noted that five additional students were recorded desecrating the pro-life memorial when Isabelle Hotard, president of the Students for Life chapter at St. Louis University, approached them and asked them to put the flags down. Then the students dropped the flags to the ground and left.

A university spokesperson confirmed to the Daily mail the school is conducting an investigation into the destruction of the monument.

The university takes “any alleged violation of our Community Standards seriously and has policies and processes to address concerns when they are reported,” the spokesperson said.


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