New York City Democratic politician Christine Quinn said, “When a woman is pregnant, that is not a human being inside of her.”
“Infanticide is an act that goes directly against the [Right to Life] of children. Although it used to be more common in the past, today we can still come across cases of infanticide, particularly against girls (female infanticide).”
Christine Quinn went to say, “When a women is pregnant, that is not a human being inside of her. It is part of her body,” Quinn said. “This is about a women having full agency and control of her body…and making decisions about what is part of her body with medical professionals.”
Please tell me that hasn’t been the cornerstone of the Democrats. Typical.
There was a time that Bill Ayers’ bunch had to hold covert meetings to discuss how many they’d have to herd into reeducation camps or kill after the revolution … now a days I suspect they could hold their meeting at any Starbucks in Seattle.
Yes, I should have titled it “Dehumanization from the Left”. Thank you for clarifying.
I brought this discussion because I went to see the movie “Unplanned”. About a woman who was once part of the left. Until she had to have an abortion. And she had a chance of faith. “Someone” changed her mind. That “someone” who she had to abort.
She had 2 abortions, and she didn’t have her change of heart until she saw an abortion from the perspective of the ultrasound screen. Abby Johnson. In fact, she was one of the youngest Planned Parenthood clinic directors and a huge PP spokesman until she saw it on the ultrasound.
She is now a huge pro-life advocate. This past Saturday Focus on the Family put on one of the biggest pro-life rallies ever held in Times Square. “Alive From New York”. Part of the rally planned to do a live 4D broadcast of an ultrasound on the big billboards in Times Square. None of the corporate media outlets that own the billboards would rent time to Focus on the Family, so Focus brought their own big screens. And when they showed the ultrasound and broadcast the heartbeat, Times Square went silent. The 20,000 participants, the protesters, the people walking by. Everyone stopped and watched and listened. It was eerily awesome.