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Christian Satirical Website on Women’s March Participants: ‘100 Percent’ Were Not Aborted

Penny Starr
By Penny Starr | January 23, 2017 | 11:18 AM EST

Gloria Steinem, center right, greets demonstrators at the barricades before speaking at the Women's March on Washington during the first full day of Donald Trump's presidency, Jan. 21, 2017 in Washington, D.C. (AP Photo)

The Christian satirical website The Babylon Bee weighed in on the women’s right march held in D.C. last weekend, specifically on the march organizers’ outspoken support for abortion on demand.

"Survey: 100% Of People Marching On Washington Were Not Aborted," the article headline read.

“In a survey conducted in the nation’s capital Saturday, a full 100% of the people marching on the nation’s capital for abortion rights as part of the ‘Women’s March on Washington’ were found to have not been aborted by their mothers when they were yet to be born.”

Calling the survey “controversial,” the “article” said that it “indicates that there may be a connection between participating in any kind of protest, and having a mother willing to carry you to term beforehand.”

“‘There seems to be a very strong correlation between your biological mother choosing not to end your life in the womb, and your chances of showing up to a protest about something,’ a reporter present at the march said. “I’ve interviewed hundreds of people out here today, and it’s astounding—not a single one of them was terminated when they were still in their mother’s womb,’” the article stated.

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