Demon Possessed Abortion Protester: ‘I F****ing Love Killing Babies’

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An unhinged radical Democrat declared he loves killing babies during a live interview in front of the Supreme Court yesterday, as pro-abortion protests continue to plumb new depths of depravity.

The far-left demonstrator angrily confronted Drew Hernandez, an investigative reporter, who was broadcasting live from the scene of the protests in D.C.

Many commentators have suggested the man literally sounded possessed when he delivered the abhorrent line about killing babies.

Meanwhile, pro-abortion protests are spreading around the country spurred by the mainstream media. CNN breathlessly reported yesterday that protesters are “not backing down.”

In Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot led a crowd in a hate-filled chant against Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas.

Speaking at a Pride Parade, Lightfoot took the stage to lament the Supreme Court’s recent decision that overturned Roe v. Wade.

“So we know what happened in the Supreme Court yesterday. If you read Clarence Thomas’ concurrence, he said,” Lightfoot began before talking to an audience member. Lightfoot responded to the audience member by saying “Thank you. Fuck Clarence Thomas!”

The crowd erupted into a chant of “fuck Clarence Thomas,” before Lightfoot continued to speak.

“He thinks that we are going to stand idly by while they take our rights, our right to marry, our right to have children, our right to live!”

Daily Caller report: The high court ruled Friday to overturn Roe v. Wade, remanding the issue of abortion back to the states. In a concurring opinion, Thomas said the high court may need to reconsider other rulings that established gay rights and contraception, which relied on the doctrine of substantive due process, which Thomas wrote “is an oxymoron that ‘lacks any basis in the Constitution.’”

Substantive due process allows courts to recognize rights that are not enumerated in the Constitution.

“For that reason, in future cases, we should reconsider all of this Court’s substantive due process precedents, including Griswold, Lawrence, and Obergefell,” Thomas wrote. “Because any substantive due process decision is ‘demonstrably erroneous,’ we have a duty to ‘correct the error’ established in those precedents.”

Thomas also noted, however, that “‘nothing in [the Court’s] opinion should be understood to cast doubt on precedents that do not concern abortion.’”