Sick and Twisted Video of a Fetal Execution

Shit like this is why I no longer wish to be associated with the left:

Woman Films Her Own Abortion To Show World How ‘Cool’ It Is

Emily Letts, a counselor at a New Jersey abortion clinic, decided to film her own abortion and post it on YouTube as a form of positive inspiration to women who are contemplating having the procedure but worry that they might feel guilty afterward.

Letts has no such guilt. She recalls the procedure with fondness. She even describes it as “birth-like,” and said it made her feel good, just like giving birth would.

Letts, whose job involves encouraging women to have abortions, sees her own abortion as an entirely positive experience, and hopes the video will prove to be both instructional and morally persuasive. She feels better about herself every time she watches the video, according to Cosmopolitan.

“Still, every time I watch the video, I love it,” she wrote. “I love how positive it is. I think that there are just no positive abortion stories on video for everyone to see. But mine is.”

The disturbing video has been viewed 10,000 on YouTube. During the three-minute procedure, she repeatedly tells herself how lucky she is. She also hums to herself.

After the abortion is over, she says, “Cool. I feel good.”

Letts writes that having an abortion and giving birth produce similarly happy feelings. Despite aborting her child, she kept the sonogram.

“I remember breathing and humming through it like I was giving birth,” she wrote. “I know that sounds weird, but to me, this was as birth-like as it could be. It will always be a special memory for me. I still have my sonogram, and if my apartment were to catch fire, it would be the first thing I’d grab.”

My first thought was that this is fake. If it is real then that is one seriously disturbed young woman.

Compare and contrast this story to the people who were outraged last week at the less-than-perfect execution of a convicted rapist and murderer.

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130 Responses to Sick and Twisted Video of a Fetal Execution

  1. The Klown says:

    Meanwhile, from the ACLU:

  2. votermom says:

    No way am I watching that snuff film.
    That woman is a sociopath.

    • driguana says:

      I agree….that’s really disgusting. It’s amazing how hard the libprogs can sometimes push their wrongness!

      • votermom says:

        She’s like a proto serial killer who just escalated to participating in a live kill.

        • votermom says:

          “I still have my sonogram, and if my apartment were to catch fire, it would be the first thing I’d grab.”

          Because it’s a trophy of her kill.

          • elliesmom says:

            I bet she’s against the death penalty.

          • Jadzia says:

            This is just disgusting, horrifying, and sad. And no way am I pushing the play button. VM, I was just over at Patheos and saw your comment there–I too have the “gut feeling” that this may have been an intentional pregnancy for the purpose of making the video. Which makes it even sicker.

    • lyn says:

      Word. Sicko x infinity.

  3. 1539days says:

    “Letts, whose job involves encouraging women to have abortions”
    That is in no way an exaggeration, given the context.

    The repetition of mantras during the video reminds me so much of 1984, when Winston’s ex-wife Katharine used to repeat government slogans during sex because she hated it and only did it for Big Brother.

  4. The Klown says:
  5. mothy67 says:

    I am one dumb mother fucker. I meant to send my cousin Carole a copy of A Confederacy of Dunces. Being an idiot I ordered a copy for everyone in my address book. Yep couple hundred dollsrs..I could cancel but seems vile to 86 a book.

    • votermom says:

      Omg – go ahead and cancel!

      • mothy67 says:

        NahI love the book and sharing what reaches me exceeds money. It is a funny book. Guy who wrote it extinguished his own life before it was published. His mom took the manuscript everywhere. She got him published. Won the Pulitzer. Very obnoxious piece of work. Love or hate thingy. To me it is the bastard love child of Pushkin Joyce and Jerry Seinfeld.

        • sleepyhead says:

          Oh, that’s one of my favorite books. It’s laugh-out-loud funny. Oddly, they have been trying to make a movie of it for years, but every candidate for the lead has died. John Belushi, Chris Farley, John Candy, and a couple of others I can’t remember. (I think Philip Seymour Hoffman would have been great too, and he is also gone.)

    • catarina says:

      I love books. How do I get on your address list?

  6. mothy67 says:

    The Gosnell film is still short of its goal. No one would make the movie so they went with crowdfunding. Sassy bossy people behind it. Due to pressure they were dropped from the big company that handles independent films. So they went to Indiegogo to raise money then they bought a billboard outside of the company that censored them.

  7. Underwhelmed says:

    I have no words. When did we become a culture that celebrated the murder of innocents?

    • mothy67 says:

      Starting to believe that I hit the lottery. Lots of nasty shit out thrre. I am pretty much flaccid as far as changing anyone all I can do is live a life with a tincture of dignity.

  8. The Klown says:
  9. mothy67 says:

    I wish I could understan abortion. I am a gay man who stopped drinking so the odds of me knocking up a woman are slim to none. Drunk Tim could not go oug without getting laid. Idid not choose to be a caretaker. I am pretty muc an asshole but I met this tiny throw away person and iWas hooked. Monster wakes up talking and never stops . I “often find myself with a grin because of her. So lack the language to express how she created me. Just not thst smart. Profoundly my life has been altered cause of the crud. I see everything in a whole new way. What if her mother had decided to terminate?

  10. votermom says:

    Apparently Emily Lett’s snuff film won a contest on the “Abortion Care Network”

    So apparently it is legal to get pregnant for the purpose of getting an abortion.
    I guess it’s legal to get pregnant to get an abortion in return for material reward.
    I guess it’s probably also legal to get pregnant to harvest stem cells from a fetus.

    • DandyTIger says:

      And after we have fetus harvesting farms with enslaved women, then women will truly be empowered. Or something. This new feminism is confusing.

    • DeniseVB says:

      She was only 2 or 3 weeks along ? So she basically had a period sucked out of her, how brave. I’m ok with anything the first 12 weeks, get back to me when she orders the Wendy Davis/Barack Obama Special at full term.

      And yes, Emily should not be counselling at an abortion clinic if she’s trying to make it “cool”, that is just sick. However, we do know that there’s no money for them if you keep the baby. Wonder if she works on commission? She chooses not to be on birth control either because she’s afraid of that icky hormone stuff gave me a clue.

      Will Planned Parenthood be denouncing this creepy pox on their good name ? /sarc

      • votermom says:

        From what I gather, she was 2-3 weeks in November when she found out, but that video did not get posted until January. I think she waited to get a D&C.

      • 1539days says:

        Imagine how pissed they’d be if a church offered women free room and board for the term of their pregnancy plus a few months.

        • Jadzia says:

          I don’t know about room and board, but the Catholic school I’m sending my kids to next year basically lets you send every kid after #3 for free (and nobody except the eldest pays full tuition, which is a whopping 500-ish a YEAR).

          • 1539days says:

            Catholic School in the US is like $2000+ per year. They also offer similar discounts. I’m surprised France still allows religious schools.

          • votermom says:

            Jadzia, here is more detail on the timing of Emily Lett’s abortion that I was alluding to in my comment at The Anchoress

          • Jadzia says:

            I believe that France subsidizes religious schools, that’s why it’s so cheap. And like in the US, some non-Catholics (like my in-laws) send their kids to Catholic school because they perceive the education as being better than that of the public schools. (Personally, I don’t see too much of a difference; we chose C-school for a very specific reason related to one of our kids.) Basically, we are paying for school lunch. The French people I know are not much like the snooty Parisian sophisticates(*) that I had once imagined them all to be. Lots of people here still go to church, and it’s not just little old ladies. Although it does seem to be less than weekly for most–there’s a reason we’re called the “wayward daughter of the Catholic church,” ha ha.

            (*)Some are even fat!

          • Jadzia says:

            VM, I agree with you and IMHO the red flags started a-waving when I saw that she was “2 or 3 weeks” pregnant at the time. First of all, is that even a thing, testing on a “whim”? IIRC pregnancy tests aren’t cheap, who takes them just for funsies? Second, she kiiiiind of says that yeah, she knows about the morning-after pill and Plan B, but that wouldn’t make a very compelling video, now would it? That was very very odd. Maybe I’m naive, but I didn’t even know you COULD get a surgical abortion at 2-3 weeks; I thought they made you wait a few more weeks for some reason.

  11. Somebody says:

    I’m not watching the video. I am dumbfounded that anyone thought it was a good idea to make it. This woman needs some serious psychological help.

    • mcnorman says:

      Emily Letts, a counselor at a New Jersey abortion clinic…

      Counselor? No. You are correct Somebody…she is the one in need of psych help.

      • votermom says:

        Or an exorcism.

      • swanspirit says:

        Many people who work in counseling and psyche , are more in need of help than their “clients” . You would be surprised to find how many . Many of them enter the field because they are looking for a way to get help , without signing on as a client , and many are simply not aware how much help they need . This woman seems to be one of the latter . If you ever need help , enter carefully , it is a mine field .

        • leslie says:

          True dat.

        • catarina says:

          I went to a therapist once when I was having problems with my then adolescent son.
          Poured my heart out for 2 sessions. Therapist didn’t show up for the third. No call to cancel, nothing. She “forgot.” OK, she’s human. Right?
          At the beginning of the fourth (and final) session, I started to tell her of my son’s most recent escapades. She interrupted me and exclaimed, “You have a SON!??”
          True story.
          Bat shit crazy, most of them.

          And hi Swan-happy spring!

  12. elliesmom says:

    I had lunch with my 30 something son on Saturday. He’s more conservative socially than I am, but we’re both more middle of the road than not. We talked about how it’s no longer enough to accept the law of the land. It’s not enough to grant other people the right to do things you would never do yourself and just go about your business. It’s not OK to believe that abortion is morally wrong, but not your decision to make for someone else. If you don’t agree abortion is a good thing, then you hate women, If you believe there’s a chance smart people from minority groups are hurt more by affirmative action laws than they are helped, you are a full-blown racist. Likewise, it’s not enough to believe same sex couples should have all of the legal rights of heterosexual couples, but reserve the right for a church to not participate in performing the marriage sacrament for them. That makes you homophobic.

    So if you aren’t granted the right to be non-aggressive about your own beliefs, why support the opposition in any way, shape, or form in theirs? My son thinks a conservative is born when a non-political person is subjected to ridicule or harassment for a belief he has been willing to keep to himself.

    • votermom says:

      My son thinks a conservative is born when a non-political person is subjected to ridicule or harassment for a belief he has been willing to keep to himself.

      I wonder if Brendan Eich, ex-CEO of Mozilla, is conservative by now.

      • elliesmom says:

        My son can tell you when he began to identify himself as a conservative. He sits on the board of his church. It’s a quaint, very old New England style building in a very picturesque spot. A lot of people who had no connection to the church or its members wanted to get married there. Hosting weddings is a drain on a church’s resources even if you charge a lot of money. The board voted to only host weddings for people when at least one of couple had been a member of the congregation for a year. When same sex marriage became legal, the church was approached by a lesbian couple who wanted to get married there. They were refused because neither of them belonged to the church. They hired a lawyer. Fortunately, the vote by the church members to limit access to the church for weddings predated the decision of the court to make same sex marriage legal so the church never had to defend its stand. After the furor died down, the church voted to be willing to allow a gay member of their “church family” to use the church building for a wedding, but they acknowledged they couldn’t coerce the minister to officiate if he chose to decline. So far the issue hasn’t come up. But it was the lesbian couple going right for the lawyer w/o granting the possibility there was an alternate reason they were being turned away that soured my son on their cause.

  13. The Klown says:

    Obama Biographer: ‘The World Seems to Disappoint Him’:

    • lyn says:

      Obama is a disappointment, and his presidency is terrible.

    • DandyTIger says:

      He thinks he’s a religious leader, and can’t understand why everyone doesn’t blindly follow him. I think partly because so many in his political tribe do.

      • DeniseVB says:

        It does seem more cultish than political. His rabid followers remind me too much of those who followed Jim Jones to his Utopian world. Or those Scientology crazies. I do see Obama has a talent for this type of second career 😉

    • Jadzia says:

      Finally, we have something in common.

  14. The Klown says:
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  16. angienc says:

    Crazy and evil.

  17. mothy67 says:

    I do not grasp what the word conservative neans. Til 2008 I was a life long democrat. I demonized those who voted republican. Now I am a 47 year old queer that believes in a piece of paper called the US Constitution. To paraphrase Hillary Rodham Clinton I did notleave my party– myparty left me

  18. Somebody says:

    So I heard a new one today from the land of vile progs, reference Benghazi. Apparently it’s kind of like Malaysian flight 370. Sometimes things happen and there is just no explanation. Sometimes when things are confusing people are misinformed, even when they’re trying their best to figure out a situation and they have no ulterior motive except to find the truth and figure out the mystery.

    Yep it was all just a big old mystery. Oh and the republicans are evil, opportunistic, political hacks preying on the deaths of those four men.

  19. helenk3 says:

    awards don’t have much value these days do they?
    check the award being given to backtrack now

    • DeniseVB says:

      It’s not the work of Sabo (Tatoo tough Ted Cruz), he just denied it, not his style. Good, there’s more of them out there 😀

  20. helenk3 says:

    US military says long range Russian bombers flying along coast of California.

    does this mean I will have to learn Russian instead of Spanish?

  21. helenk3 says:

    is Rutgers racist? seem like it to me
    have old white guy as commencement speaker

  22. foxyladi14 says:

    It will rest beside his peas prize. 😆

  23. helenk3 says:

    parents need to be aware of just what is being taught to their kids. I hope what happened here is not the new normal or this country is in deep trouble

    • elliesmom says:

      What’s missing from the article is his daughter’s age. I’ve read the book, and if his daughter is in high school, the book is entirely appropriate. Younger than that, and some kids could handle, and maybe some could not. It’s the story of a young man who goes on a shooting spree in his own high school. Jodi Picoult, the author, is a former teacher, and her descriptions of the environment in a high school might be difficult for parents to read, but will ring true to the high school kids. “The moral of the story” would please even the most conservative dad if he read the book.

      • votermom says:

        I dunno – making anyone read Jodi Picoult? – I personally intensely dislike how emotionally manipulative she is. Haven’t read the book afte reading 2 earlier books by her and getting the same reaction of being jerked around by the writer.
        At any rate, apparently the dad was objecting to a rough sex scene in the book, not to the theme of school shooting.
        Love how the school board got a cop to handcuff him. I hope he sues.

        • helenk3 says:

          the man being arrested for speaking out is what bothered me the most about this story. parents have a right and a duty to speak out if they think there is a problem with what is being taught to their kids

        • elliesmom says:

          None of her books are very sexually explicit, though. The “rough sex scene” must have been pretty inconsequential because I don’t even remember it. Her books appeal to teenagers. No more manipulative than “Hunger Games” or “Twilight” and more thought provoking at the kids’ level. About as controversial as a Lifetime movie. The dad appears to not have followed the established rules for participating in the meeting. While I agree handcuffs were excessive, that no other parent is defending him says he was probably being obnoxious.

          • votermom says:

            Very Lifetime-movie like, exactly. That’s what I don’t like about the stuff by her I’ve read – I’ve found it very heavy-handed.

            (To be fair, I have the same complaint about a lot of “social issue” books, specially many marketed for YA)

          • votermom says:

            Elliesmom – sorry if you are a Picoult fan – she just rubs me the wrong way. LOL.

          • elliesmom says:

            No, I’m not a Picoult fan, but a lot of my students were. They passed “The Pact” around until the book fell apart. I liked to read what they were reading to be able to be part of their conversation. She did get them talking. I find her stuff too formulaic. Once you’ve read one, you’ve read them all. I did read a lot of stuff I wouldn’t have read if they hadn’t been reading it. I’m not into fantasy or vampire stuff, either, but I read Anne Rice to be able to understand their fascination with her. We had a 20 minute period set aside everyday when the whole school stopped what they were doing and picked up a book and read it. It was an “open read”, and you could choose to read anything you wanted, but teachers and administrators all participated, too.

      • catarina says:

        Daughter is 14.

  24. The Klown says:

    Attkisson: WH orchestrating a “controversialization” strategy to minimize impact of Benghazi hearings:

  25. helenk3 says:

    what do you think? I understand and applaud what he is doing for the homeless, but another part of me thinks they look like dog house and how sad is that for people

    • swanspirit says:

      They do look like doghouses , but they are better than cardboard boxes, . They are not too far off the tiny house concept that is a recent trend , and hopefully they will lead to some kind of improved homes for the homeless , that aren’t quite so small , but small enough to be inexpensive to produce and provide . They are really a great example of what can be done with ” free material ” aka garbage .

      • angienc says:

        Whatever happened to trailers?
        Oh that’s right — only racist, hillbilly hicks live in trailers — cool hipster progs live in “tiny houses.”

        • lildoggy4u says:

          Even if they provide some shelter and they do that. The city will make it difficult for them to be placed anywhere. We’ve had tent cities created in my city for the homeless that eventually were raided and dismantled scattering the homeless back to under bridges or anywhere else where they can remain unseen.

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  29. mothy67 says:

    Tyke brought her game. Smacked a softball seven times at seven times at bat. I know her inside and out upside doen and sideways. They gave her the gsme ball. Creature placed it in a vase that once held flowers I bought for when she was 3. I am a lucky sob because I get to be a part of this urchins life. I support a womans right to choose but wonder if people k ow what joy the miss out on.

    • The Klown says:

      If you let yourself become distracted by what is coming from her mouth, you miss all that is revealed in her face, which tells the whole, and very different story. A month after the abortion — with the dramatic change in hairstyle that so many women effect when emotions are high and they need to feel in control of something — watch Emily, then. The light is gone from her eyes. The seeming disconnect between pc-fed head and instinctive heart is laid out in breathtaking and stark incongruity, even down to the shadows, the blue note, the lack of energy. Devastating. Cognizant of it or not, she is a mother in grief.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Powerful video, not icky, hang in to the end for the twist ….. hope this link works, youtube was being flaky with me…..

  30. votermom says:

    The #KrystalBallBookClub is making me lol.
    (She’s the MSNBC dimbo who said that Animal Farm was a parable on capitalism)

  31. The Klown says:
  32. helenk3 says:

    Benghazi committee
    7 republicans—–5 democrats if they show up

  33. helenk3 says:

    Thom Tillis wins NC republican primary. will run against Kay Hagan

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    “No, because there would be heavy national security implications and the GOP would have shut up and saluted the flag.”
    The thesis of Sy Hersh, Larry Johnson and others is that there was no notification of the Congressional Gang of Eight of covert arms transfer from Libya to Syria. The lack of a Presidential “Finding” (notification of Congress) is a criminal act.

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