ACLU Just SHOCKED The Whole Room At House Hearing After THIS Admission

ACLU of Maryland representatives shocked the entire room of people at a Maryland House hearing for HB 1167, a bill that would ban dismemberment abortions during the second trimester of pregnancy.


According to Breitbart, the ACLU was shown a video by Live Action with a heart-wrenching animation describing how second trimester babies are literally torn apart limb by limb by abortionists with metal instruments before their heads are crushed.

Throughout the hearing, the ACLU kept insisting that banning the procedures, which they say accounts for 95 percent of second trimester abortions, would be unconstitutional.

After viewing the video and addressing medical research that shows babies that young feel pain, Republican House Delegate Sid Saab asked ACLU attorney Rachelle Yeung, “You really think this is unconstitutional?”

“Yes, sir, I wouldn’t have said it if I didn’t believe that,” Yeung replied.

“Do you think it’s inhumane?” Saab inquired.

“I’m testifying on the legal aspects of this bill,” she dodged.

“Right, but do you think it’s inhumane?” Saab pressed.

“No,” Yeung answered.

At that point, the entire room reacted in shock, according to Students for Life of America Michele Hendrickson, who testified at the hearing.

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