July 18, 2013
A Houston woman is raising money for Planned Parenthood by helping pro-abortion activists dabble in black magic.
Corset maker Michelle Sinched used her talent as a seamstress to produce and sell voodoo dolls in the likeness of Texas Governor Rick Perry, the lawmaker who signed sweeping abortion reform into Texas law earlier today.
“I was inspired to make them because I wanted to figure out something I could make that would send a message and raise money for Planned Parenthood,” Sinched said in an interview with the Houston Press. “What’s better than sticking pins in Gov. Goodhair or burning him at your own doll sized stake?”
The dolls are outfitted with tampon pins “for sticking it to him” and blank customizable placards.
The dolls were intended to have an impact on the Governor’s signing of the controversial Texas House Bill 2, which bans abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy.
“T-shirt Gov. is $25 and Suit Gov. is $30 or you can have both for $50,” says Sinched on her Facebook page. She says all profits will go to fund Planned Parenthood. Sinched describes herself as “pro-abortion and pro-life.”
This latest effort to inject black magic into the abortion debate harkens back to eerie demonic chants heard earlier this month on the Texas Senate floor.
On July 2, a collective shudder was felt throughout the nation as it was revealed that pro-choice activists were chanting “hail Satan” at one of the rallies after previous abortion legislation was defeated.