Pregnant Woman Aborts Twins on Camera in Disturbing PBS Documentary, Feels a “Sense of Peace” Afterward

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A PBS documentary featuring a woman nonchalantly undergoing a medical abortion on camera has recently gone viral on Twitter.

Featuring an abortion clinic with phones ringing off the hook, the documentary sets the tone for the normalcy of ordering abortions like a burger and fries in a busy drive-thru.

In the two-minute clip, a pleasantly smiling woman in a blue dress takes the first in the set of two abortion pills that are designed to poison and kill her twin babies.

“This is the first pill you’re gonna take,” the abortion clinic worker tells the woman. “This is the stuff that makes the pregnancy stop growing and start to unattach a little bit from the uterus. It gets the process started.”

“So you swallow that down like a ‘regular pill’,” the worker adds with a smile, painting the picture that a pill that murders children within the womb can be equated to your nightly Advil PM.

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Rather than referring to the lives inside the patient as babies or fetuses, the abortion clinic worker makes sure to consistently refer to the twins as “the pregnancy,” so as to remove any characteristic of human life from the equation.

“Twenty-four hours later she takes another pill called misoprostol that helps to induce the cramping and the bleeding that will actually help her body push the pregnancy tissue out of her uterus,” the worker continues.

Pro-life activist Obianuju Ekeocha exposed the evil of this outright murder packaged as nothing more than a commonplace medical procedure for women looking to “take control” of their futures.

“This PBS documentary airbrushes abortion to make it look like some healthy new age practice,” wrote Ekeocha. “The woman in blue is pregnant with twins and she is filmed here taking the abortion pill to kill them. You witness their killing. And her statement at the end is chilling.”

The statement the pro-life advocate references is every bit as disturbing as she implied.

“What I hope I feel is a sense of peace, not only with myself and the decision that I have made but also a sense of peace with these two beings that I have chosen not to bring into the world,” said the formerly pregnant woman.

“Thank you for choosing me and I’m honored to be given this gift of life and also I can’t do it right now,” she added in an eerily cavalier manner. “I can’t accept that mantle in terms of the other lives I’m taking care of and responsible for.”

Watch the unsettling abortion documentary clip featured on PBS below: 

Kelsey Straeter
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