MSNBC Hosts Call Pro-Life Voters “Selfish” for Voting For Themselves and Not Others

National   Micaiah Bilger   Aug 31, 2018   |   11:05AM    Washington, DC

Two liberal news hosts blasted pro-life voters as “selfish” Thursday during an interview with pro-abortion billionaire Tom Steyer.

MSNBC Live hosts Stephanie Ruhle and Ali Velshi puzzled at Americans’ continued support of President Donald Trump and his administration during the interview, according to the Western Journal.

Then they suggested a possible reason for the support: selfishness.

According to the report:

Ruhle said to Steyer, “While we could find or do find the president’s constant lying or lawlessness or reprehensible behavior morally unacceptable, a lot of people vote pretty selfishly, and they say, ‘What’s going to give me more money in my pockets?’”

Velshi then chimed in, “Or what’s going to make abortion illegal, or what’s going to make sure that my Second Amendment rights stay the same, and clearly, that adds up to enough people that the president still has something akin to 40 percent of the electorate in polls.”

“It’s kind of fascinating to us, as I’m sure it is to you,” Velshi commented to Steyer.

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They did not explain what is selfish about wanting to protect nearly 1 million unborn babies a year from abortion. The statement also ignores the countless volunteer hours and donations that pro-lifers sacrifice to support pregnant and parenting moms and babies.

Being pro-life is the opposite of selfish. Pro-life means believing that babies in the womb are valuable human beings and acting on that belief by voting, volunteering and donating to help save their lives.