[Ed. – Heap insulting, Kemosabe.]
A member of the pro-abortion club at the University of Minnesota-Duluth compared pro-life students to white supremacists during an open mic event last week.
Throughout his performance at the “Speak Out for Justice” event on April 21, Student Advocates for Choice member Reilly Manzer condemned the “pale faces” of the pro-life movement for criticizing abortion and comparing it to other historical atrocities.
“I’m f—ing tired of the pale faces of the pro-life group that compare abortion to slavery and the holocaust, and then go and complain to the university that they’re being discriminated against because people call them the f— out,” Manzer declared in video footage obtained by Campus Reform.
Manzer, who declined to speak to Campus Reform for this story, framed the pro-life movement as one that upholds white supremacy, and urged attendees to “rise up and rip white supremacy from its roots.”
Though the open-mic Speak Out For Justice event was not livestreamed, members of Bulldog Students for Life began recording the performers after organizers allegedly denied pro-life students the opportunity to speak at the microphone.