Last Updated on April 30, 2023
Liberal white women, including a Nebraska State Senator, cheered and even cried tears of joy in disturbing video footage that was recorded at the state’s capitol after pro-abortionists managed to filibuster pro-life legislation in the state senate, with a fillibuster-breaking effort falling one vote short after two GOP legislators backed down and abstained from voting on the matter.
Nebraska’s “Heartbeat Act” would have banned abortions once a fetal heartbeat has been detected, minus those in cases of rape, incest, or imminent maternal fatality, much like legislation passed in several other states. The legislation was vehemently opposed by the pro-abortion left, so much so, that liberal white women cried tears of joy when the bill was apparently sabotaged by GOP’ers, including one of the bill’s own co-sponsors.
In video footage posted to Twitter by Nebraska State Senator Megan Hunt, an Omaha Democrat and the mother of a “transgender” child who describes herself as a “bi[sexual] queen” in her Twitter biography, a mob of liberal white women who’d gathered at the Nebraska State Capitol are seen cheering the defeat of the pro-life legislation, even crying tears of joy.
In the tweet that the video is attached to, Hunt wrote that the outpouring of abortion support had left her “speechless.”
“Thank you,” she wrote. Abortion is legal in Nebraska.”
Watch the video below:
Speechless. Thank you. Abortion is legal in Nebraska. pic.twitter.com/56UgThZoo5
— Senator Megan Hunt (@NebraskaMegan) April 27, 2023
In addition to championing the destruction of pre-born babies, pro-abortion State Senator Megan Hunt is a massive supporter of the genital mutilation of children. So much so, that her own minor child has been deemed “trans.”
Currently, Hunt is facing an ethics investigation over her personal involvement with the transgender movement and is among the staunchest opponents of Nebraska’s Legislative Bill 574, also known as the “Let Them Grow Act.”
The bill aims to “prohibit the performance of gender altering procedures” on children, and to “allow civil action to be brought against violators of the act.”