A recent episode of the hit television show The Big Bang Theory tackles numerous things that anti-life zealots on the left find objectionable, and pro-life advocates will enjoy.

You know, things such as ultrasounds during a pregnancy, listening to the unborn babies heartbeat, oh and declaring the child to be – GASP! – an actual person!

Via CNS News:

CBS’s The Big Bang Theory focused on the pregnancy of one of their characters in the latest episode on April 7, which featured the new parents listening to the unborn baby’s heartbeat and calling the unborn baby a “person.”

Addressing pregnancy in a way that might astonish some abortion advocates, a friend of the couple exclaims when they hear the unborn child’s heartbeat, “You guys made a person!”

“We did,” the unborn baby’s father, Howard, agrees.

You can watch the clip from the Big Bang Theory below …

You made a person. Oh the actual humanity!

You may recall that last week, Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton declared that the ‘unborn person’ the couple in the clip above are rightfully fawning over, has no Constitutional rights.

In an interview with Meet The Press, Clinton declared “the unborn person doesn’t have constitutional rights.”

While most pro-life advocates were appalled that she would declare a child to have no constitutional rights, leftists jumped on her for even daring to declare that child a ‘person!’ THAT’S how radical and extreme the left is.

Planned Parenthood advocates complained that Clinton would even dare to use the word ‘person’ in her comments, because it ‘misleadingly implies a sense of humanity.’

Via the Washington Times:

Diana Arellano, manager of community engagement for Planned Parenthood Illinois Action, said Sunday that Mrs. Clinton’s comments undermined the cause for abortion rights.

The comment “further stigmatizes #abortion,” Ms. Arellano said in a tweet. “She calls a fetus an ‘unborn child’ & calls for later term restrictions.”

Describing the fetus as a “person” or “child” has long been anathema to the pro-choice movement, which argues the terms misleadingly imply a sense of humanity.

Kudos to the directors of The Big Bang Theory for not skirting around the issue of ‘personhood’ involving an unborn child.

Cross-posted at The Political Insider