Tucker Asked Guest About New Sickening Abortion Law, Things Went Off The Rails QUICK! (VIDEO)
The whole concept of abolition is absolutely revolting when you think about that and that’s not even getting into the procedure itself.
There are so many people that if someone is not willing or able to raise a child that would be more than willing to adopt a baby from someone in that situation.
Tucker Carlson is someone that understands this.
I know of at least one or two couples personally who desperately wanted children but for some reason that couldn’t and the first thing on their mind was that they should adopt. They went through the process and adopted a child from a woman who got pregnant as a teen and couldn’t raise a child properly so she did the right thing.
That young lady for all her faults in getting pregnant as a teenager did the right thing and let someone who could properly raise the child raise that child. Every child deserves a chance.
Shoot, it’s the reason why we are all here. We all have disagreements with our parents but at the end of the day we should thank them for not agreeing to the increasingly grisly process of aborting a child.
Tucker Carlson is someone that understands this and is more than willing to tell someone that they are wrong on the issue.
On his Fox News show Wednesday night, Tucker Carlson invited on pro-choice advocate Monica Klein to discuss the much-critiqued comments by “moderate” Virgnia Democratic Gov. Ralph Northam, who defended a bill allowing abortion up until a baby’s birth.
But the conversation between Carlson and Klein instantly went south, with both saying they think “less” of each other after the exchange.
On Wednesday, Gov. Northam defended the idea of killing a baby in the third-trimester, which a Democrat-proposed Virgnia bill would have allowed. “When we talk about third-trimester abortions, these are done with the consent of the mother, with the consent of physicians, more than one physician by the way, and it’s done in cases where there may be severe deformities, there may be a fetus which is non-viable,” Gov. Northam said in an interview with WTOP’s “Ask The Governor.” “So in this particular example, if the mother is in labor, I can tell you exactly what would happen, the infant would be delivered, the infant would be kept comfortable, the infant would be resuscitated if this is what the mother and the family desired, and then a discussion would ensue between the physician and the mother.”
The comments caused a national stir, so Carlson invited on Klein, a pro-choice advocate and founding partner of Seneca Strategies, to discuss the issue. It didn’t go in the productive direction Carlson clearly hoped.
“I wonder what you think of what Dr. Northam, the governor of Virginia, just said: That when a child — he described the child as an infant — is born, there’s a point where the mother and the physician can decide whether to kill the infant or not,” Carlson said (video below). “What do you think of that?”
Klein responded by immediately accusing Carlson of wanting “to go back to a time where Roe v. Wade was illegal, where women were having back-alley abortions and they were using coat hangers to have abortions, which is actually what’s barbaric.”
“Don’t give me that,” said Carlson, disappointed. “I’m giving you time to make a real argument. I’m not arguing for the repeal of Roe v. Wade — and please don’t be tiresome. The governor of Virginia, who is a rising star of Democratic Party, just said this. There’s pending legislation that mirrors it, and I’m asking you what you think of it. That’s it.”