published : 2023-11-30

Pro-Life Democrat Calls Out Biden in Gruesome Anti-Abortion Ad

Terrisa Bukovinac aims to show the victims of abortion and challenge pro-choice members of her party

Pro-life activist and Democratic presidential candidate Terrisa Bukovinac speaking at a rally, passionately advocating for the rights of the unborn (taken with Canon EOS 5D Mark IV)

Democratic presidential candidate and pro-life activist Terrisa Bukovinac is planning to run a gruesome ad to call out pro-choice members of her party.

Bukovinac's motivation stems from the experience of recovering the remains of 115 aborted children, with five of them being past the age of viability.

Disrupting the delivery of these fetal remains to an incinerator in Baltimore had a profound impact on her, driving her to take action.

As a federal candidate, any FCC TV station in the states where Bukovinac is on the ballot must run her uncensored ads, according to telecommunications law.

Terrisa Bukovinac holding a sign that reads 'Stop the Abortion Industrial Complex' during a protest march (taken with Nikon D850)

She aims to bring these images and the reality of abortion to the American people.

Bukovinac plans to run ads in New Hampshire, targeting the Boston and Manhattan markets, along with Washington, D.C., to maximize exposure.

The goal is to show the victims of abortion and challenge the pro-choice push in her own party, led by President Biden.

Bukovinac's ad features gruesome footage of the labeled 'medical waste,' with the intention of never allowing another pro-choice member to be voted in.

A close-up shot of a box labeled 'Medical Waste' containing fetal remains, a powerful image that reflects the heart-wrenching reality of abortion (taken with Sony Alpha a7 III)

She hopes her campaign will prompt Congress to hold hearings on the abortion issue and ultimately pass a national ban.

By showing the American people the impact of abortion extremism, Bukovinac wants to demonstrate that 'pro-life' and 'progressive' are not contradictory terms.

The ad has already been recorded, and once funding is secured, it will run in New Hampshire to potentially influence voters.