At presidential debate, Democrats unite: No rights for human beings in the womb

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The Democratic presidential candidates didn’t hold back in their debate on Tuesday night when it came to making sure everyone knew how much they are in favor of unrestricted abortion. Twitter had quite the story to tell…

Cory Booker:

Cory Booker believes abortion is a “fundamental ideal”…

Kamala Harris claims “poor women” and “women of color” need abortion and will die without it:

Harris also believes abortion is “justice”…

Live Action responded to the claim that women will die if abortion is illegal, writing “it is never medically necessary to brutally slaughter a child to save her mother’s life.” Most abortions are, of course, not done for health reasons.

Julian Castro:

Elizabeth Warren:

And Warren also mentions that “the poor” need to be able to kill their preborn babies…

Pete Buttigieg:

Tulsi Gabbard made some comments on abortion that caused quite the stir, hearkening back to a phrase used by former President Bill Clinton — “safe, legal, and rare”:

But what’s really surprising is who agreed with Gabbard — the recently-fired Planned Parenthood president, Leana Wen, who had ideological disagreements with the abortion corporation after she attempted to make it into a legitimate health care organization. After ousting Wen, an emergency room physician, Planned Parenthood appointed another political organizer as its interim president.

And some people — like Shout Your Abortion founder Amelia Bonow — were unhappy about Wen’s tweet (warning: profanity), and wondered why she ever worked for Planned Parenthood in the first place. Even Bonow unwittingly puts forth the idea that everyone knows Planned Parenthood is all about abortion. After all, they commit more than 330,000 of them every year:

Live Action founder and president Lila Rose pointed out that the Democratic candidates appear to be unified in the fact that they don’t consider children in utero to have any rights whatsoever — especially not the first and foremost right to life.

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