Vid mocks men who apologize for abortion
A group of female actresses mock the very sincere apology by four pro-life men, all church leaders, who apologize for their participation in abortion.
The men are featured in a video produced by Heroic Media, entitled, “The Apology” which has received several thousand hits in the past few weeks.
“I conceded to an abortion. And even as a pastor, that decision still haunts me today,” said Shane Idleman, Lead Pastor of Westside Christian Fellowship, “What would that child look like? Would it be boy? Would it be a girl? Their first steps, saying ‘daddy,’ watching them grow – but those are just dreams, and dreams which often leave me heartbroken.”
The video shows the men admitting that they had an abortion. The men apologize to the women because, as men, they failed to step up and take responsibility.
“I should have manned up and I should have fought for you,” says one of the men about the baby that died from the abortion.
In response, Funny or Die decided to make a video mocking the men.
Funny or Die has made these kind of allegedly “funny” videos featuring comedians and celebrities since 2007. The group was founded by Will Ferrell, Adam McKay, and Judd Apatow.
When I saw this video I wondered, “Why would these women participate in the Funny or Die vid?”
Why would women – feminists- who so often blame men for everything possible, now mock four men who are owning up to their role in the abortion?
“I’m sorry those guys spread around such personal information,” a Funny or Die actress says.
The women call the Apology video “terrible“, “insulting“, and “bad.”
One of their “issues” is that the men in the Apology video say “I had an abortion” to which the women reply “No, you didn’t.”
See this plays into the ideology that abortion is only a woman’s decision.
Would they criticize a man who said, “I had a baby?”
Of course, we all know the men did not physically have the abortion or a baby.
The mean-spirited women in Funny or Die try and rip into the men for their “apology” rambling off a series of their own apologies, “I’m, sorry that I didn’t stop this video from happening,” one of them says – then admitting, “It was their choice to make it…”
“But mostly, I’m sorry that they’re sorry,” they say.