In a highly offensive public service message promoting abortion, comedian Sarah Silverman tells a story about being visited by Jesus.
Early on, the actor portraying Jesus reassures Silverman of who he is, saying, “I am Jesus F*king Christ.”
Silverman then asks the faux-Jesus when life begins and after joking that life begins “at 40” — Jesus was estimated to be in his mid-thirties when he died — he tells her, “Fertilized eggs aren’t people, people are people.”
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The vile comedian obsessed with the word vagina also points out in the ad that the term “under God” in the Pledge of Allegiance and “In God We Trust” on our money are violations of what liberals like to call the “separation of church and state.”
The ad concludes with Jesus rubbing Silverman’s back, suggestively telling her he knows where her “spot” is, saying, “That’s a good little Jewish Girl.”
As Newsbusters’ Matthew Philbin suggested in an article on the ad, there is “no word on the release date for ‘Silverman Meets Muhammad,’ but it’s sure to be a laugh riot.”
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