Swanson: Wombs Of Women On Birth Control 'Embedded' With 'Tiny Fetuses'

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Hyper-fundie pastor and radio host Kevin Swanson claimed on his radio show recently that “certain doctors and certain scientists” have researched the wombs of women on birth control pills and found “there are these little tiny fetuses, these little babies, that are embedded into the womb."

"I’m beginning to get some evidence from certain doctors and certain scientists that have done research on women’s wombs after they’ve gone through the surgery, and they’ve compared the wombs of women who were on the birth control pill to those who were not on the birth control pill," Swanson explains.

"And they have found that with women who are on the birth control pill, there are these little tiny fetuses, these little babies, that are embedded into the womb. They’re just like dead babies. They’re on the inside of the womb. And these wombs of women who have been on the birth control pill effectively have become graveyards for lots and lots of little babies."

There's really little left to say in response to such stupidity, however, it's worth noting -- but not surprising -- that Swanson was homeschooled as a child...by himself. The website for his radio program goes on to note that after Swanson graduated himself from his very own homeschool, he went on to serve as "the student body president of a large west coast university." The large university is not named. And FSM help us, he writes books for homeschoolers.

Also make no mistake, ladies, people like Swanson aren't out to just try to end abortion...they're coming for your pills, too. That's the only message that comes out clearly through all that bs about embedded fetuses.


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