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‘It’s Really Quite a Sad Thing’: Pelosi LAMENTS Trump’s Anti-Late-Term-Abortion Stance

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in an interview with The Daily Caller published on Wednesday called President Trump’s call for legislation to prohibit late-term abortions “really quite a sad thing.”

“It’s really quite a sad thing when you know that we’ll be talking about something that applies to the health and life — health and ability to have other children of women,” she said. “I hope that in his family, he never has to face that crisis and apply his attitude toward it.”

What is sad is that she calls having a baby that is disabled or has “severe deformities” – because that is what Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam referred to as deserving of murder after birth – a “crisis.”

If that child is, in fact, born, is the infant not still a living, breathing human being? Does the baby not deserve the same fighting chance to live the life that the he or she has been given? 

President Trump ahead of his State of the Union address called the Democratic Party the “party of late term abortion.” Guess he was correct.

This, despite how even the majority of pro-abortion Americans oppose late-term abortions and lifting third-trimester restrictions. 

Watch Pelosi’s remarks below.

 

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