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Mark Levin: ‘Since When Is It Pro-Women to Support Partial-Birth Abortion?’

By Abigail Wilkinson | August 5, 2015 | 3:04pm EDT

"Since when is it pro-women to support partial-birth abortion?” nationally-syndicated radio talk show host Mark Levin asked on his August 4 broadcast.

“Since when is it pro-women to take an aborted baby and cut them into a thousand pieces and sell them off like it’s a piece of meat at the butcher shop?”

Here’s a transcript of what Levin said:

“Since when is it pro-women to support partial-birth abortion? Since when is it pro-women to take an aborted baby and cut them into a thousand pieces and sell them off like it’s a piece of meat at the butcher shop?

“That’s not pro-women; that’s not pro-man; that’s not pro-American; that’s not pro-human being!

“We’re not talking about health services here. We need to define exactly what’s going on, because these are propagandists, who lie about what we’re talking about, who lie about what’s going on with human life.

“This isn’t about health services. It’s quite the opposite. It’s no more about health services than Mengele was for health services.”

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