There is a logical explanation for Professor Sally Jacobsen’s visceral reaction to crosses erected on the Northern Kentucky University campus commemorating babies killed by legalized abortion: She might be a vampire.
I’ve done some research on vampires, and I think I’m right on this.
On April 12, Jacobsen apparently became so agitated by the “Cemetery of Innocents,” as the university-approved display was called by the student pro-life group that constructed it, she instigated a small mob of students to trash 400 of the little white crosses in broad daylight.
Demonstrating quite the vengeful streak, Jacobsen further instructed her students to scatter the broken crosses across the campus to make them more difficult to reconstruct.
Jacobsen told the Cincinnati Enquirer she was teaching a class when she became “outraged” after spotting the exhibit on a knoll outside. She then incited her students to join her in exercising their constitutional free destruction rights, heretofore understood to be free speech rights, but only during break and not during class time, she said.
Reported the Enquirer:
She said she was infuriated by the display, which she saw as intimidating and a “slap in the face” to women who might be making “the agonizing and very private decision to have an abortion” …
Pulling up the crosses was similar to citizens taking down Nazi displays on Fountain Square, she said.
“Any violence perpetrated against that silly display was minor compared to how I felt when I saw it. Some of my students felt the same way, just outraged,” Jacobsen said.
Now before pronouncing Jacobsen a tad over-reactive, liberals would tell us to spend a day wearing a vampire’s fangs.
We know vampires live off the blood of innocents. And we also know that for 33 years abortion-industry vampires have lived off the highest volume of shed innocent human blood in world history – 45 million babies killed in America alone, with 3,500 added to that number every day.
Yes, I guess if I were an abortion vampire, I would react strongly to a threatened supply cutoff.
Actually, there has been an outbreak of violence on American college campuses against pro-life displays this spring, leading me to believe that the Future Vampires of America are indeed alarmed.
In March, vandals at Baylor University stole 3,500 pink and blue flags from a pro-life display during the night, replacing a sign that said, “In loving memory of 3,500 children aborted daily in the United States,” with a sign stating, “Abortion saves 7,000 adult lives every day.”
Also in March, Harvard University pro-aborts repeatedly defaced or stole pro-life posters on campus depicting the growth of embryo “Elena.” A college newspaper editorial decried the posters, stating they “misrepresent[ed] the pro-choice members of this campus as bloodthirsty baby killers.”
Yes, the best defense is a good offense, and condemning the truth as a lie is about as far as one can take that strategy.
Two weeks ago, vandals at Princeton University destroyed 347 pink and blue flags representing students from the Class of 2010 who “didn’t make it” because they were aborted, stated a sign at the pro-life exhibit. The thugs replaced the flags with coat hangers and signs stating, “347 rusty coat hangers were saved from mangling and mutilation,” and “Support smaller class sizes: support abortion.”
Remarkable about Jacobsen’s vandalistic exploits is that she has been suspended from her job, and she and her minions are being prosecuted. University leaders usually look the other way.
So Jacobsen will be forced to defend her crime against the light of day, which should be interesting if she really is a vampire.
And as pro-aborts increasingly and so clearly juxtapose their malicious intent against the sensibility of the pro-life position, another nail will be driven into the coffin that is abortion.