Here you have it, voters of Virginia. The Ralph Northam supporters say that 4 in 10 unplanned pregnancies end in abortions, but that’s “okay” because those dead children are spared from the possibility of suffering anxiety or remorse. You apparently can save people from all sorts of problems in life if you simply exterminate them before they have the opportunity to experience life at all.
When you have a campaign funded by NARAL and Planned Parenthood, celebrating the death of innocent human beings isn’t just a footnote for a political campaign, it’s the focus of that campaign to the exclusion of nearly all else. Killing babies is big business, and those donors expect a big return on that investment.
Does anyone other than me find it curious that a pediatrician casts his lot with people who think that if someone “responsible” enough to kill their unborn baby is likely not responsible enough to love their own child? Is this what Northam thinks himself, or is it all about the abortion industry’s direct contributions and fundraising activity on his behalf? You’d think that someone who personally encounters parent’s love for their own children on such a regular basis would recoil at such horrid and preposterous notions.
Every time I have seen Ralph Northam speak, abortion is the first subject he brings up. Nearly every time I see a campaign advertisement from Northam, it concerns protecting the abortion industry. For someone who loudly complains about divisive social issues in the campaign at every opportunity, he sure has an unusual penchant for making those issues his central focus. Abortion. All the time, anyplace, for any reason or no reason at all. This isn’t a political campaign, it’s a walking, talking, Planned Parenthood advertisement in an endless loop.
Virginia does have a choice, though. There’s a far better one than the endless abortion shill of Ralph Northam.
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