Of all the things she could have attacked him on … what possessed her to pick one that could come back and bite her? Are these people REALLY that ill-prepared?
Or is it that nobody on their team can even see their ideological blind spots anymore.
Liz Warren wanted to keep going after Bloomberg and she picked the ‘he treats women badly’ angle. Fair enough, especially with Democrats, there’s an appetite for than kind of an exchange.
But with all the cards she had been dealt, why did she pick THIS one?
Warren says Bloomberg told a pregnant women to "kill it". Impossible to kill a fetus. Shame on you, Senator warren.
— Norm Macdonald (@normmacdonald) February 26, 2020
Her party not only defends a policy of allowing abortion until literally seconds before natural childbirth would otherwise have occurred but they oppose legislation that would compel doctors to provide-saving medical care on any infant fortunate enough to survive the attempt on its life, and manage to fill his or her tiny lungs with air.
By invoking Bloomberg’s alleged statement ‘kill it’, she’s setting up Bloomberg as a heartless monster who wanted to see that unborn baby killed for, well, whatever his reasons would have been.
In dignifying that little unborn life with outrage that someone would dare to treat it as disposable, Warren is giving the game away, and showing her own intellectual dishonesty.
Warren literally voted NO today on a bill to protect babies born alive after failed abortions from being killed
— Lila Rose (@LilaGraceRose) February 26, 2020
But… but… but… what about choice, bruh?
Don’t worry. we’re getting to that, too.
You’re missing the point, Lila. The pregnant Bloomberg employee WANTED her child, thus conferring value upon it because of choice magic. Babies that survive abortion attempts have no value. They aren’t even babies, just born fetuses.
Remember, kids: Life begins at choice magic. https://t.co/DKAaRbdfg2
— Jeremy Boreing (@JeremyDBoreing) February 26, 2020
And people in the Media wonder why Christians can look past Trump’s personal failings? Maybe go back and read this a couple of times until you find a clue about what might *possibly* invoke Christians to look beyond a few ‘harsh tweets’ and a couple of divorces.
We’ve all seen the dishonest games the left have played with the power they’re entrusted with, they’re obviously unworthy of that trust.
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