Decades ago, Democrats claimed that they wanted abortions to be “safe, legal and rare.” Ending the life of an unborn child was supposed to be something “private,” and “just between a woman and her doctor.”
We’ve come a long way since then.
Today, Democrats openly celebrated killing their babies in abortions during a Congressional hearing and defending their decisions with bumper sticker slogans about “choice” and “freedom” and “justice” while denying all of those things to unborn babies.
Democrat Congresswoman Barbara lee says she has no regrets going to Mexico for an abortion in the 1960s when abortion was illegal in California.
“In the 1960s, unsafe septic abortions were the primary killer — primary killer — of African American women,” Lee said.
Those numbers have been proven false time and time again and lee admitted her own illegal abortion didn’t cause her any medical problems.
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Rep. Pramila Jayapal of Washington said she decided to end her baby’s life because of a high-risk pregnancy, even though women give birth every day in high-risk pregnancy situations. However, instead of killing a baby Jayapal apparently never considered adoption despite wanting more children and she appears to have gotten pregnant even knowing the pregnancy risks she says led her to have the abortion.
“I very much wanted to have more children,” she said, “but I simply could not imagine going through that again.”
She defended terminating her child’s life, saying “It was my choice.”
During the hearing, a pro-life Republican woman challenged the abortion celebration and said it didn’t represent all women.
“Whether a pregnancy is planned or unplanned, or even the result of horrific circumstances, ending that child’s life with an abortion to empower or protect the, quote, freedom, end quote, of the mother is not an answer,” Congresswoman Virginia Foxx said.
Many women regret their aboritons, confirming these Democrats don’t represent all women.