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Kamala Harris Claims “Women Will Die” if Babies Are Protected From Abortion

by | Dec 14, 2021 | Abortion, News, Social-Issues | 0 comments

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Of all of the absurd and illogical things people come up with, nothing is more absurd than the abortion lobby which renames the murder of millions of innocent children to “women’s health.” Yet, by calling it “women’s health,” literal circus clowns–like Ka-Ka-Ka-Ka-Kamala Harris–can then make the absurd claim that by restricting abortions, women are going to die.

Women will die! Don’t you get that? If we don’t ram forceps into the wombs of millions of women and rip their babies to shreds limb-by-limb and suck the pieces out, women are going to die! These babies must be sacrificed to save the lives of millions of women!

That is the literal logic of the abortion lobby which sitting vice president–somehow or another–actually cling to. Of course, it’s dumb, but that’s what these people actually try to persuade others to believe. Does she actually believe this? Well, she may be dumb enough to believe it–after all, she is very, very dumb. But not even most pro-aborts actually believe that. Many of them actually admit; they just don’t want kids and want a way out if they prostitute themselves around outside of wedlock and end up pregnant.

Yet, that doesn’t stop Ka-Ka-Kamala from pushing this absurd talking point anyways. In an interview with the San Francisco Chronicle, she makes it clear; she’s very concerned about women dying.

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“I don’t mean to sound alarmist, I mean this: Women will die,” she said. It wasn’t the first time she had delivered the line, but this time it had behind it the weight of the first woman in the White House, one who made a name fighting the confirmation of the justices who now may roll back abortion rights.

“I’m very concerned about it,” Harris said. “Women will die. In particular, women who don’t have economic resources and can’t then travel to places or somehow have access to safe reproductive health care, including abortion. And it is not an extreme statement, it is a fact.”

Currently, Roe v. Wade is in the hands of the Supreme Court. Some believe there is a good possibility the court may actually correct its previous mistake by striking down this barbaric legislation that allows women to murder their unwanted children. Let’s pray that this is the case, but having a lot of faith in the Supreme Court doing what’s right now seems far-fetched.

Obviously, restricting the mass murder of innocent children does not kill women. No woman has ever died because she is unable to receive an elective abortion. It has never happened. That’s silly and stupid, just like the clown sitting in the Vice President’s chair in the White House.

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