SICKOS: Pro-abortion leftist Sarah Silverman says she wants to “eat an aborted fetus”

You can always tell how desperate a Hollywood has-been is getting by the level of outrageousness they employ in order to get some attention.

Any attention — doesn’t matter if it’s good or bad. Because without attention, they don’t have status and without status, they don’t have a platform in which to spew stupidity.

“Comedian” Sarah Silverman is the latest Left-wing Hollywood has-been to employ this strategy during, of all things, an appearance at a telethon.

Wow. From Carnegie Hall to an actual hall. Way to go, Silverman.

Anyway, part of her “act” at the telethon, apparently, was to come up with a pro-abortion skit that maxed out ‘offensive meters’ everywhere. As reported by Breitbart News:

Comedian Sarah Silverman said during a telethon to support abortions that a pro-life conscience law “would make her want to eat an aborted fetus.”

Silverman made the comment during a game of “abortion charades” – part of a “telethon” titled Life Is a Living Nightmare: A Telethon to Fix It, hosted by the Lady Parts Justice League.

Just. Wow.

As further reported by LifeNews, Silverman and ‘colleague’ Lizz Winstead, who created Comedy Central’s The Daily Show — which many Leftists no doubt watch as “legitimate” news — hosted to the telethon specifically to raise money for…abortions (because, you know, there isn’t enough public funding for the baby-killing industry).

The telethon also featured an interview with abortion performer Dr. Willie Parker, who actually tries to make a moral argument in support of abortion in a recent book. (Related: Bizarre Leftist claim: Abortion is “good medicine” … billboards blanket African-American neighborhoods.)

The “abortion charades” game was referred to as “sh**ty law charades” and was introduced by a woman who wore a vagina costume — nothing but class right to the end with these people, obviously.

“Religious freedom used to be such a beautiful thing ‘cause it was like this big inclusive thing in the country, and now it’s just this shroud to legalize hate and s**t like that,” declared Silverman, who obviously believes she has the power to read minds now.

And notice that her protests of conscience are all that matter, but your protests of conscience — protecting unborn life — is just a ‘shroud to legalize hate.’ And stuff like that.

Silverman and Winstead made their comments in regards to a bill that was recently introduced in the Oklahoma state legislature that prohibits the “manufacture or sale of food products which use aborted human fetuses.”

Now, the reasonable person would understand that if this wasn’t an actual thing there wouldn’t be any need for legislation to prevent it, right? LifeNews noted that the Oklahoma bill “was created in response to a claim that a food lab was considering using stem cells to create artificial flavors.”

You’ll notice I used the word ‘reasonable’ in the sentence above.

“This is f**king bats**t,” Winstead declared. She’s right — if she were talking about the use of stem cells to create ‘flavors.’ But of course, she wasn’t talking about that which is truly insane. No. She was attacking the legislation.

“A lot of times they will create laws to make you think that this is some epidemic that needs to be addressed,” Winstead, the political science major (not) further declared.

Cue the attention-getting outrage: “If anything has ever made me want to eat an aborted fetus, it’s this law,” Silverman chimed in.

Like I said, class for these people is optional.

The duo went on to talk about a specific conscience clause requiring clinics to “cremate or bury every aborted fetus.” After saying that Mark Hamill would be performing abortions during the telethon with a “Jedi wand,” Winstead — tears in eyes for the full effect — said, “These people that provide this amazing care for people are demonized and shunned and they provide literally a pathway to somebody’s life every single day.”

Uh, perhaps someone should remind this ghoulish idiot that by its very nature, abortion is a life-ending procedure.

But enough of that. We’ve got funds to raise for an industry that exists for one purpose alone: To kill human beings.

J.D. Heyes is a senior writer for and, as well as editor of The National Sentinel.

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