I’m going to post a tweet here. I will ask you to take a long moment and let this sink in, as it is going to hit you very hard.
.@HillaryClinton to @chucktodd on abortion restrictions she could support "there can be restrictions in the very end of…the 3rd trimester."
— Zeke Miller (@ZekeJMiller) September 28, 2015
As Andrew Kaczynski of BuzzFeed notes on Twitter in follow-up: The end of the third trimester is birth. Hillary Clinton holds one of the most extreme views on abortion in the
country free world, and still somehow thinks that she is more in touch with America than any other candidate out there running for president. This position flies in the face of the views of the vast majority of Americans.
Think for a moment what the Democratic Party has given America: A sitting U.S. president who once advocated for straight-up infanticide, a former First Lady/Senator/Secretary of State who wants to be president that believes abortion should be legal up to birth, and an entire Congressional caucus that defends an abortion provider who has been repeatedly shown to sell the body parts of dead children for profit.
It is the Republican Party that is out of touch? Actually, scratch that. Given [mc_name name=’Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY)’ chamber=’senate’ mcid=’M000355′ ]’s actions in the Senate, yes. They, too, are out of touch.
We as Americans face a serious crisis of human decency and morality, one where the baser urges and desires of an increasingly hedonistic culture give way to the outright and increasingly frequent murder of living children. The very least we can do is pray for the future of this nation. The very most we can do is throw these politicians who refuse to fight for living children out on their ears.