Sobbing MSNBC Guest Says AHCA ‘Isn’t the America That I Love,’ Lacked ‘Empathy’ for Life


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<p>On Thursday&rsquo;s <em>All In with Chris Hayes</em>, MSNBC guest and Boing Boing co-editor Xeni Jardins broke down sobbing over the House passage of the American Health Care Act (AHCA) as a<strong> &ldquo;devastating&rdquo; </strong>event that&rsquo;s not <strong>&ldquo;the American that I love&rdquo;</strong> and promising to <strong>&ldquo;fight for every single one of you, America.&rdquo;</strong></p>

<p>Hilariously, the liberal simultaneously demanded that<strong> &ldquo;[e]very single cell in this country, every single person in this country deserves life&rdquo; </strong>but must have realized her far-left mistake as she later emphasized that <strong>&ldquo;[t]he America that I love cares about my right to life, even though I&rsquo;m 46 years past being a fetus.&rdquo;</strong></p>

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