After being slammed for his religion and told he would never understand abortion because it is a women’s issue, Australian senator Barry O’Sullivan played the SJW snowflakes at their own games as he declared himself a woman before the Aussie Parliament last week so that he could speak about abortion issues.
Senator O’Sullivan told Parliament on Wednesday he was tired of being attacked when speaking about his strong beliefs on the issue.
“I’m going to declare my gender today – as I can – to be a woman, and then you’ll no longer be able to attack me,” he said.
Earlier that week, O’Sullivan, a Catholic, had motioned for pro-abortion protesters to be banned from the annual pro-life Day of the Unborn Child events. This prompted Larissa Waters of the Australian Greens party to say that O’Sullivan would never understand abortion as a women’s issue.
“Senator O’Sullivan needs to get his hands and his rosaries off my ovaries and those of the 10,000 Queensland women who have an abortion each year,” Waters said, according to the Australian Associated Press.
She later complied with a request to withdraw her comment on the grounds that it attacked O’Sullivan’s religion.
“These people come and attack me for my religion…using words like ‘rosary beads’, because I had the audacity to raise issues around late-term abortions, where babies who are only minutes away from getting a smack on the ass and a name, are being aborted under the policies of the Australian Greens,” O’Sullivan said.
“So I will not stand silent, I will not stand mute while these people try to continue to marginalise policies and ideas that we want to continue to discuss for this nation,” he continued.
O’Sullivan said the purpose of his comments was to “call out” the “vomit” and “vitriol” of the Greens.
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