Susan Esbe: Some U of M students brag about how many abortions they’ve received

Some U of M students are "not ashamed of [their abortions] ... they use abortion as a form of birth control," Susan Esbe reports.

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Susan Esbe is an ROTC student at the University of Minnesota and a video columnist for Alpha News. She says that teaching assistants (TAs) ostracize their peers who believe in the sanctity of life and that other students boast about their abortions.

Esbe says in her latest video that she was at a TA meeting where the practice of discarding unused human embryos after the in vitro fertilization process was being discussed. She says that this practice was presented as normal and that only “certain people” (read: pro-lifers) would have a problem with it. These “certain people” are “ridiculous,” according to Esbe’s fellow TAs.

“I know that there are a few people at the University of Minnesota … who actually brag about the amount of abortions they’ve had … they’re not ashamed of them … they use abortion as a form of birth control,” Esbe reports.

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