Pro-Abortion Leftists Go All In on Eugenics


By William Sullivan

On the legal front, it appears that Roe v. Wade may soon suffer a calamitous defeat.  But its defenders continue to insist that Roe remains popular with the American people because they have already won American hearts and minds about the moral necessity for women to have the ability to “choose” to kill their unborn child in the womb.
In reality, they haven’t been faring any better in that regard.  Outside a small handful of the bluest states, which seem bent on enshrining a protection for a mother to kill her child up to the point of birth (and sometimes beyond the point of birth), many states are legislating stricter limits on abortion.
This is an understandable outcome.  Roe has made the abortion issue a centerpiece of national debate, and that has magnified the easily understandable scientific and moral truths that contradict what the pro-abortion advocates have been selling for many decades.
The first unavoidable truth is that a child in his mother’s womb is a living human being.  A child in a mother’s womb is nourished, moves, and grows.  The child is, therefore, certainly alive in a scientific sense.  That living creature is not, we know, a tree, a dog, or a chimpanzee.  The child is a living human being, with human DNA that is unique only to that one human child, and no other human child on the planet before him.
This is a fact, and on this point, no serious person could disagree.  This introduces the ethical question about taking that child’s life while in the womb.  Even Margaret Sanger, the early-twentieth-century eugenicist who is often cited as a founder of Planned Parenthood, recognized the moral truth that contraception was always preferable to abortion because “no matter how early [the abortion] was performed, it was taking a life.”
Considering that the humanity of unborn children is a given, the vast majority of Americans feels that there should certainly be some limitations as to when, why, and how unborn children are killed by mothers and their doctors.  Thus, the unabashedly radical disposition of pro-abortion advocates today is met with a near-universal disgust by Americans.
Roughly twenty-percent — arguably a fringe element — of Americans support elective abortion in the third trimester or up to the point of birth.  The idea is not only undesirable, but repulsive to the vast majority of Americans.  Even the staunchest pro-abortion ideologues have difficulty defending their wicked propositions about killing children up to the point of birth.  For example, House Representative Mike Johnson (R-La.) recently asked a simple question to Aimee Arrambide, who is the executive director of the abortion “rights” group Avow Texas.
“What is the principal distinction,” Johnson queried, “between the human being that is two years old, or nine years old, or one week old, or an hour old and one that is eight inches further up the birth canal?”
Obviously flummoxed, this abortion cultist responded, “I trust people to determine what to do with their own bodies — full stop.”
But surely, we can find a compromise to limit abortion in America, can’t we?  After all, a compromise involving more restrictions on abortion should be possible in a nation that already has among the least restrictive abortion policies in the entire world, which was amusingly news to formerly left-wing but nowadays kinda-right-leaning comedian Bill Maher.
“If you are pro-choice,” Maher told his audience (who were assuredly as surprised as he was), “the modern countries of Europe are way more restrictive than we are. … If you are pro-choice, you’d like it a lot less in Germany, and Italy, and France, and Spain, and Switzerland.  Did you know that?  I didn’t know that.”
Yes, America is already a fringe radical when it comes to global abortion policy.  Yet the left’s push for ever more radical abortion policy continues apace.
The left abandoned whatever limiting principles had previously won it ground in the political debate around abortion, and public opinion is fast turning against it.  The politically measured suggestion from my teenage years that abortion should be “safe, legal, and rare” has given way to public campaigns demanding that women proudly “Shout Your Abortion!”  Some women have even gone so far as to publicly celebrate the special occasion with cake.
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Naturally, many Americans started tuning out these horrific suggestions, and turning against those making them.  In their desperation to remain broadly relevant, abortion advocates have returned to the same disgusting social engineering philosophy that drove the early-twentieth-century eugenics movement.
It’s unfair, perhaps, to morally paint Margaret Sanger alongside today’s abortion cultists in terms of depravity, as it’s hard to imagine that she would have supported the butchering of a fully developed child in utero.  But the ideological delusion she suffered from is precisely the same.
Abortion proponents are again suggesting, as Sanger and her fellow eugenicists did a hundred years ago, that if we don’t allow poor mothers, and mothers who may be likely to have disabled kids, to kill their unborn children, then those children will grow up poor and needing government assistance, only to later become poor themselves and economic and social burdens to society.
In terms of Democrat party talking points, it’s no secret that black Americans are singled out as demographically poor, and that black women have abortions at significantly higher rates than other American women.  In Democrat stump-speak, the words “poor” and “black” are practically synonyms.  If you don’t believe that, recall Joe Biden’s recent Freudian slip, suggesting that “poor kids are just as bright and just as talented as white kids.”  In the Democrat party’s pro-abortion calculation, we have a moral imperative to ensure that black mothers in black neighborhoods have ample access to abortion so they may snuff out their black children before being born and becoming burdens that are too much for their parents or productive society to bear.
If you think any of this an unfair portrait of the progressive vision, consider the testimony of our current secretary of the Treasury, Janet Yellen, who just recently elucidated this racial component of the pro-abortion agenda in response to Senator Tim Scott of South Carolina, before she was leveled by his response:

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‘I didn’t know that.”

Most Leftists don’t know anything about the topics they’ve been programmed to rabidly promote or defend.

And by the way, Maher is a mouthpiece, so he’s just saying what they tell him. Networks are losing eyeballs, so they are shifting away from the Far-Left out of desperation.

Democrats assumed the era of absolute totalitarian power was upon them under Obama. They began pushing then for abortion for any reason at any time, up to and beyond the moment of birth. Assuming absolute and irrefutable power, they refused any discussion, debate or restriction on abortion. There was, unwritten, unacknowledged and unknown, a “right” to murder a baby, as long as it was done in private (where, apparently, infanticide is your own business and no one else’s).

Horrors of Tiller, Gosnell and Karpin got no media coverage and no notice. Barbarous merchandising of body parts got swept under a rug of accused improper videoing. The left made it clear they had no regard for human life (which also spawns an epidemic of murders for trivial and stupid reasons) and this infuriates the pro-life group.

Those who oppose abortion for any and all reasons never had much of a voice. There are many (like myself) that finds abortion a repugnant form of birth control and totally objectionable at late term, but leave it to the women to make the decision. But as the left pushed the civilized limits on abortion, we’ve all come together as one.

The left forced a reaction to their barbaric and gruesome commitments to abortion and forced it to eventually come before the Supreme Court at the worst possible time for anti-Constitution liberals. Now they reap the whirlwind, though it only results in the decisions getting pushed to the states, as is what happens in a representative Constitutional democracy. It’s not the death of abortion, but abortion is wounded.

Here is what will follow: stupid-ass states like New York, Massachusetts, California, Washington and Oregon will go way overboard on their abortion legislation. So will any other states that currently have a Democrat control, but are not dyed blue. One thing the left likes almost as much as trampling individual rights and forcing people to submit to their (and only their) views is rubbing the noses of normal, rational people in their elitist superiority. Inevitably, their will be a challenge to a late, late, late term abortion, a murder charge and, again, it will go before the Supreme Court.

We’ll see how much of the Constitution is left standing when we get to that point.

Sorry but we dont support a bunch of Hooligans making violnt threats a against those who think different then them we have seen enough violent behavior of the Bolsheveks in 2020 to know their crinimals who belong in Prison and the same for their supporter

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Abortion zealots put Justice Barrett’s children in danger by doxxing them. Tell me again how liberals care about the safety of children? Someone might get in the way of the barbaric ritual of killing pre-birth babies, so you threaten LIVING children? What the FUCK is wrong with you people?