Abortion activists pretended to join Joel Osteen’s church service; amid service, three women stripped off their clothes and shouted, “my body, my choice!”
Leaked U.S. Supreme Court Draft
The issue of abortion has always been a divisive topic amongst Americans for years. And now that pro-life has likely found favor in the law, pro-choice activists are not just going to sit around.
A month ago, a U.S. Supreme Court draft opinion about changing America’s constitutional right to abortion leaked. It was a draft prepared by Justice Samuel Alito to come against the “1973 landmark Roe v. Wade decision.” This constitutional right made abortion legal in the country. Following the leak, some activists crafted several protests, including inside a megachurch.
Abortion Activists Pretends To Be Churchgoers
It was another great Sunday morning at Lakewood Church in Houston, Texas, when three women suddenly disrupted the church service. In a recorded video, these pro-abortion activists pretended to be churchgoers. Then amid the service, a blonde woman remained standing and stripped off her dress, wearing only underwear with green handprints. She also waved a green bandana. Further, two women also quickly followed and stripped their clothes as well. Soon, they were cursing and shouting in protest.
“It’s my body! My f—–g choice!” one woman yelled. Another said, “It’s my body! My choice!” then began chanting, “Overturn Roe, h— no!”
Security men then immediately responded and respectfully escorted the women out of the church building. Then it was discovered these women belong to the Rise Up 4 Abortion Rights activist group. As soon as they were out the church, they joined their colleagues outside who were also protesting, according to KHOU-TV. Reports say the incident lasted for 43 seconds.
After the incident, the activist group proudly shared the disruption they did at Lakewood Church’s Sunday Service on social media.
Let’s pray for peace and protection for everyone. May God’s protection abide in each one, especially from the schemes of pro-choice activists.
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