Babies Aborted in NYC in 1 Yr Would Fill Super Bowl Stadium

By Terence P. Jeffrey | January 22, 2014 | 2:23pm EST

A U.S. flag on the field at MetLife Stadium on Nov. 10, 2013 before a game between the New York Giants and Oakland Raiders. (AP Photo/Paul Kadzan)

(CNSNews.com) - Abortionists terminated the lives of 83,750 babies in New York City in 2010, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s latest "Abortion Surveillance" report, which was published on Nov. 29, 2013.

That is more than enough people to sell out MetLife Stadium, site of this year’s Super Bowl, which is located in East Rutherford, N.J., and is home to both the New York Jets and the New York Giants.

According to its official website, MetLife has a capacity of 82,500.

The 83,750 babies aborted in New York City in 2010, according to the CDC's annual "Abortion Surveillance," would also fill Madison Square Garden more than four times over. Madison Square Garden, according to its official website, has a capacity of 19,763 for a basketball game.

In New York state overall, abortionists terminated the lives of 115,724 unborn babies in 2010, according to the CDC report. That is more people than have ever attended any Super Bowl.

The 115,109 who attended the Michigan vs. Notre Dame football game in Ann Arbor, Mich., on Sept. 7, 2013, was reportedly the largest crowd evert to attend an NCAA football game. (AP Photo)

It is also more people than have ever attended any NFL or NCAA football game, period.

The largest crowd ever to attend a Super Bowl, according to ESPN, was the crowd of 103,985 that attended Super Bowl XIV between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Los Angeles Rams at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif., on Jan. 20, 1980.

The largest crowd ever to attend an NFL game, according to ESPN, was the crowd of 112,376 that showed up for a Dallas Cowboys vs. Houston Oilers pre-season contest played in 1994 at Azteca Stadium in Mexico City.

The largest crowd ever to attend an NCAA football game, according to CBS Sports, was the crowd of 115,109 that attended the Michigan vs. Notre Dame game at Ann Arbor, Mich., on Sept. 7, 2013.

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