Wednesday, July 3, 2013

The Original #HailSatan Incident (with Ashley's testimony)


Yesterday, we obviously made a splash with the video of the pro-abortion supporter saying 'Hail Satan;' the video had a lot of background noise, and yesterday we said:
For the record: They've been doing this all day, this is just the first time we caught it on video.
Well guess what, it turns out we have video of the original incident.

So here's the full story, as best we can recall: Around 3 pm, we got up from posting this video and went downstairs by the area near the committee room.  Arriving on the second floor of the capitol extension, we met up with our friend D.J, who was watching women testify with LetTexasSpeak.com.  At that time LTS was broadcasting from a corner on the second floor.

Ashley joined us 20 minutes later, around 3:30.  We continued to listen to the women testify until there were too many people in the corner.  At that point, DPS asked us to move outside, which was when Ashley decided to speak.  We're not sure what time DPS asked us to move, but we were already outside by 4:05 pm when we decided to not watch Glenn Beck because we thought Stu was guest hosting.

20-30 minutes later, Ashley got up to speak.  As you can tell, her testimony is VERY powerful.  The crowd was transfixed, including the pro-abortion people.



As Ashley spoke, a few of the pro-abortion people started saying 'hail Satan' at random.  The first time we heard it was at 3:35 of this second video.  By 5:15, they're chanting it in unison, VERY creepily:



(Author's note: Ashley asked us to point out that she misspoke when she said abortion kills 1.3 people in the United States each year; she meant to say 1.3 million.)

The video posted yesterday took place around 6:30 pm.  This took place around 4:30.  The pro-abortion people were intermittently chanting "hail satan" throughout.

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We met Ashley last summer, when the President was in town; to see the footage of the Barack Obama supporter who verbally accosted her that time, click here.

16 comments:

  1. obviously you've never heard of sarcasm. They were doing that because that's how y'all try to portray us, so why not be sarcastic and have some fun with it. Y'all probably dont have video of the children being coerced into telling the PRO-CHOICE people they're evil and going to hell. Judge not lest ye be judged is just a polite suggestion though, right?

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    2. "Sarcasm", you call it? How about "Freudian slip"? Those who chant "hail satan" might well spend eternity with him unless they wise up.

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    3. It doesn't matter, they serve him whether they know it or not. Also they're defeating themselves because this only strengthens pro lifers.

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  2. do you have such video? if so I would like to see it.

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  3. I am against abortions and pray that this bill passes to, at the very least, protect babies once they reach 20 weeks from being legally aborted. Roe vs Wade is 40 years old.... and in that time, science has learned much about the the life that miraculously grows in a woman's womb. Abortion is legal, but it will never be morally right. We know too much now to keep doing what we are doing. Much can be learned from this video, from Dr. Bernard Nathanson. He performed more than 60,000 abortions and helped to found the National Association for the Repeal of Abortion Laws ~ http://youtu.be/aNvQhmxAgxk

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  4. I'm as irreverent as the next guy, but nobody chants, "Hail Satan" as sarcasm.

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    1. Unless they're really stupid. Most of these people don't think for themselves. They only know how to follow. One satanist sets an example, they think it sounds cool and do it too. It was called groupthink in the book 1984. If one person tells them the US just had it's 213th birthday, they'll parrot that and make fools of themselves.

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    2. That's just a really ignorant, biased statement. So, just because I'm a woman and I feel I know what's better for me and my body better than a bunch of random men in the Texas Legislature a thousand miles away from me, who don't know me from Adam (or Eve), I, therefore, am "really stupid." I "only know how to follow." I, therefore, think my constitutional rights to my privacy and my body are satanic, and follow the other "satanists" because "it sounds cool to do so." And I am, according to your (presumed) logic on display above my post, I'm a parrot, and will make a fool of myself for thinking for myself and making my own choices - choices that don't reflect you, or affect you, in the slightest. That's really astounding as a display of ignorance, bigotry, hate-speech, and VERY un-Christ-like behavior. From someone (you) who isn't a "Satanist", you sound pretty evil-minded to me.

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    3. So old men got to decide,unconstitutionally based on lies and assumptions that women could get abortion on demand up to 24wks in RvW, and a few diff erent ones get to gut RvW in PPvCasey (giving states the right to limit abortion) and in PPvKansas, further restrict abortion on demand by prohibiting late term abortion except for lifethreatening situations and requiring a 2nd doctor with admitting privileges to be present to protect the life of the baby and giving states even more rights, and you call the Texas law the result of a "bunch of random men"? Do you not know one of the most powerful of those men is a woman and a mother? 62% of texans polled favor the law. In my view, based on this comment, you have parroted an indefensible, illogical,irrational,factually challenged, ignorant, bigoted, hate-speech and liberal (not sorry for being redundant) "position". You do not believe in Christ-you have no basis on which to judge whether or not a person's behavior is "Christ-like".

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  5. It may have been just a joke, but abortion isn’t something to be joking about.

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  6. In 1988 I went to planned parenthood for a free pregnancy test because I couldn't afford a doctor. When I found out it was positive I started crying. The so-called counselor immediately proceeded to start setting up an abortion without even asking me or giving me any counseling whatsoever. Imagine my shock! She was just as shocked when I said I don't want an abortion and walked out the door.

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