Elizabeth Warren has been hammering fellow Democrat candidate Michael Bloomberg lately with allegations that he told a pregnant employee to “kill it,” referring to her unborn child.
The problem is Warren also is a radical pro-abortion Democrat who supports taxpayer-funded abortions up to birth. She has no problem with “killing it” as long as it’s the woman’s decision, not a man’s.
“What’s the difference between ‘kill it’ and ‘it’s my right to kill it’?” Townhall’s Michael Brown wrote of Warren’s hypocrisy.
During the last debate, Warren attacked Bloomberg on the comment and demanded that he release women from nondisclosure agreements they had signed with Bloomberg News. Warren claimed she also had been discriminated against at work as a woman.
“At least I didn’t have a boss who said to me, ‘Kill it,’ the way that Mayor Bloomberg alleged to have said to one of his pregnant employees,” Warren said.
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“I never said that,” Bloomberg responded. “Oh, come on.”
Then Warren pivoted back to the non-disclosure agreements.
“Then let the women have the opportunity to speak,” she said. “They are bound by non-disclosures so that they cannot speak.”
But, as Brown noted, Warren was not speaking out on behalf the life of an unborn child.
“She is a passionate supporter of a woman’s right to ‘kill it.’ That she challenged Mayor Bloomberg in such a manner is hypocritical, to say the least,” Brown wrote. “It would have been more honest had she said, ‘You don’t get to tell me to kill it. That’s my choice.’”
To Warren, “killing it” is a human right. During the November debate, Warren insisted that killing unborn children in abortions is a “human right.” She falsely claimed that “three out of four” Americans support Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court case that essentially allowed abortions up to birth.
If elected president, Warren said she would force taxpayers to pay for elective abortions, something polls consistently show the public is opposed to. Warren also opposes even modest limits on abortion after viability; most Americans want viable, late-term unborn babies to be protected from abortions.
A Massachusetts senator, Warren has a 100-percent pro-abortion voting record, including a 2019 vote against protecting newborns from infanticide.