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A shocking revelation was made by a woman who asserted her support for abortion during the Walk for Life rally that was held in San Francisco, Calif., last month.
In a newly posted video that pro-life groups are circulating on the Internet, Russell Hunter of Abolish Human Abortion is filmed talking to pro-abortion advocates when a woman in the crowd declares: "I'm a millionaire because I had an abortion when I was 18."
Hunter then asked the woman: "So, get an abortion so that you can become a millionaire? Would you like to go on record for that?
"Because, if the only way to become a millionaire is to have an abortion, that's why we call it human sacrifice," Hunter said. "You sacrifice a human, so that you can be a millionaire."
The woman replied: "I didn't know that when I was 18," as she quietly explained that the reason why she made the decision to terminate her pregnancy was because she was, at that time, in an abusive relationship.
Following her abortion, she said, "I got a college degree from Berkley and a master's degree. It's a woman's right to have it (abortion)."
Hunter told The Christian Post that the woman shown in the video, "Didn't at first say that she had been in an abusive relationship or even mention it. She first stated that she was a millionaire. She didn't make the argument; she retreated, and then said, 'Oh, I was in an abusive relationship.'"
"If she was in one, that wasn't good," said Hunter, who's shown in the video stating that if abuse against women was legal, we should all be opposed to that, too, in the same way that he and others are opposed to abortion.
"I've known plenty of women who were in abusive relationships, but they did seek redemption, instead of destruction," said Hunter, whose organization captured several discussions between pro-life and pro-abortion activists at the Walk for Life rally in San Francisco.
Hunter said that he doesn't know if the woman's comments about being a millionaire or having previously been in an abusive relationship at 18, are actually true.
"She got caught," he said, explaining that the woman emphasized her support for abortion by saying, "I'm a millionaire, because I killed someone."
Hunter added that one of the women he talked to led him to believe that her stance on abortion had changed, after she heard the discussion between him and the woman who claimed to be a millionaire pro-abortion activist.
"She saw the real face of choice: choose to get ahead by killing the innocent," he said.