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MSNBC’s Krystal Ball Slams Pro-Lifers As “Violent” And “Physically Threatening”

MSNBC is stuck on stupid. On Thursday afternoon’s broadcast of The Cycle, Gillian Robespierre, the director of the abortion “rom-com” movie Obvious Child, was interviewed by the hosts of the show. The Cycle panel includes such bright minds as Toure, who last month had the audacity to equate Holocaust survival to white privilege, and the ever-present abortion cheerleader Krystal Ball. On Thursday’s show, it was Ball’s turn to hurl vengeful insults at pro-lifers.

Shockingly, Ball made the film’s director and writer, Robespierre, look like a moderate. The fact that someone wrote a movie about abortion being a casual, everyday occurrence, about like going to the grocery store, is bone chilling. To present it as a comedy is even more repulsive. reports:

After the hosts spent a couple minutes praising the way in which the film portrayed a “positive, safe, shame-free abortion,” co-host Krystal Ball took the liberty of asking the director if there was ever a point where she felt nervous for her “physical safety” citing the sometimes “violent” nature of anti-abortion activists.

Robespierre seemed rather uninterested in the idea that she was ever in danger of a “violent” reaction that may come from the Right. Instead she talked about how as a film maker you fear more about your movie actually being well done and liked to which Ball replied, “No worries. [You] [a]ccomplished both of those.”

The hypocrisy at MSNBC never fails to amaze, nor does the frightening animosity the network as a whole has for conservatives. Perhaps the most shocking and perplexing element in this story is that Krystal Ball is the mother of two children. A mother who so vehemently relishes the killing of the unborn is the most dangerous creature in society. With this, she uses her bully pulpit to accuse pro-lifers of threatening the lives of those seeking or performing abortions. Ball is the essence of the culture of death, the poster child for pathological progressive hate. Krystal Ball represents modern day feminism: soulless, heartless, and worst of all, completely godless.

About Janna Brock

Janna Brock is a staunch Christian conservative with a passion for writing about all topics that have to do with civil liberties, the gay agenda, Islam, and the the atrocities of the Obama Administration.

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