A spokeswoman for Donald Trump is coming under criticism from liberals for wearing a necklace made out of bullets in a recent interview on CNN. She’s responded to the criticism by saying she should wear a necklace made of fetal models to “bring awareness to the 50 million aborted people.”
O, Tuesday, Katrina Pierson, Donald Trump’s national spokeswoman, appeared on the CNN show “The Lead” and the host of the show tweeted a comment in response to her appearance and the bullet necklace:
— Jim Sciutto (@jimsciutto) December 29, 2015
Pierson responded, saying, “Maybe I’ll wear a fetus next time& bring awareness to 50 million aborted people that will never get to be on Twitter.”
Of course it will be interpreted literally. Never min the point being made. Smh https://t.co/ahFgb9e0sA
— Katrina Pierson (@KatrinaPierson) December 30, 2015
Earlier this month, during a question and answer period after a speech in New Hampshire on the campaign trail, presidential candidate Donald Trump repeated his call for de-funding the Planned Parenthood abortion business. The call for revoking its taxpayer funding comes one day before the Senate is prepare dot vote on the matter and one week after a deranged gunman shot a dozen people outside an abortion clinic in Colorado Springs, killing three.
The pro-life movement has long called for the de-funding of the nation’s biggest abortion business but stepped up those calls when Planned Parenthood was exposed selling the body parts of aborted babies.
The Boston newspaper details the exchange Trump had with one voter who asked him about de-funding and Trump repeatedly said he favored it — and he also addressed the issue of overturning Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court court that essentially allowed unlimited abortions in the United States for any reason throughout pregnancy.
One audience member, who said his name was Dennis Wagner, of Littleton, said he was concerned about the “civil decay” in society.
“We can see it; it’s very prevalent with this Planned Parenthood,” said Wagner, who then referenced Kermit Gosnell, a former doctor convicted of murdering three infants born alive during attempted abortions.
“With that horror and that carnage in mind, and you can see how when a bill is enacted as the Roe v. Wade thing, all of these things tend to decay, decay, decay and just devolve in this butchering we see now. Will you try to re–”
“Defund,” Trump interjected, referring to Planned Parenthood.
“Defund that, and repeal Roe vs. Wade?” finished Wagner.
“The answer is yes, defund,” Trump said. “The other, you’re gonna need a lot of Supreme Court justices, but we’re gonna be looking at that very, very carefully, but you need a lot of Supreme Court judges. But defund yes, we’re going to be doing a lot of that.”