Happy Roe v. Wade Anniversary, everybody. In honor of the slaughter that has since taken place, take a look at this video. It’s about a Representative campaigning for a bill banning abortion after a heartbeat can be detected. Then look at the comment below at, and notice something:
So the Representative, when asked why he thinks a woman would get an abortion, says he doesn’t know, because he’s not a woman. Okay. Then he says a lot of the time it’s economic, which is probably true.
This actually makes sense. He is not a woman; he does not know the specific pressures they are under when the decision to abort crosses their mind. As such, he DOESN’T know exactly why a woman would want an abortion. But he does know that it’s morally repugnant. I don’t need to know the exact rationale behind why you shot a Jew to know that shooting Jews for being Jews is wrong, as is killing babies because they’re babies.
After that, Rachel Maddow and crew get all offended because his comments were sexiss or something.
Notice the massive admission made by the pro-abortion crowd made explicit both in the video and in the post below it:
So, Rep. Buchy, here’s some realtalk: You don’t need to be a woman to know why women seek abortions.
Well, well. Isn’t that interesting. So I DON’T need to be a woman in order to know why abortion is a terrible, evil thing? I DON’T need to be a woman to have a valid opinion about the issue? So I, as a man, can think that abortion is wrong and women need to treat my opinion as completely equal to theirs?
Well, DUH, of course not. If you understand why women get abortions, you’d OBVIOUSLY support it. So if you don’t support it, you don’t understand why women get abortions, and shouldn’t have an opinion on it. QED.
Be careful what you realtalk, ladies.