Meet the sensational pro-life advocate who uses satire to change hearts and minds on abortion – LifeSite

(LifeSiteNews) — My guest on tonight’s episode of The John-Henry Westen Show is Laura Klassen, a fellow Canadian and pro-life advocate who creates brilliant satirical videos where she uses humor to make pro-abortion arguments look foolish.

Klassen, the founder of the pro-life organization Choice42 (pronounced “Choice for Two”), discusses how these satirical videos came about, her involvement in a short, animated film, and the testimonies of women who were persuaded not to keep their child and not follow through with an abortion.

“We, again, just want to show the truth, to say that abortion will damage you,” she says. “Not only does it kill your child, but if you go through with the murder of your own child, that leaves you with a very deep wound on your heart. And so I wanted to share true stories and have a couple women share their experiences just so that women who are considering abortion can see what it has done to other women.”

Klassen also explains how she changed her mind on using graphic images of what an abortion does to a baby in her pro-life advocacy. When she founded Choice42, she thought that approach would make them look “crazy” and “offensive.”

“But … one of the things that our organization does is we actually talk one-on-one with women who have abortions booked and basically try and get them to have mercy on their babies and not to have them murdered,” she explains. “So once you start doing that, you realize that you need to speak very truthfully to women, and you need to show them what they’re about to do to their child, if that’s what it takes for them to have a wake-up call about what abortion is.”

Listen to my interview with Laura Klassen below or watch above (I recommend watching so you can see Klassen’s humor and wit in action!).

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