VIDEO: Hillary’s Disgusting Rant About The Unborn Will Make You Dislike Her Even More
Hillary Clinton is rapidly overtaking any momentum that Bernie Sanders gained on the Left as she heads into the home stretch of the presidential election. There can be almost no doubt now that Hillary will be the Democratic nominee. And that's a pretty frightening statement.
While Hillary has many flaws--her email scandal, the money she's received from foreign governments to fund her campaign, and the simple fact that she's been maneuvering her whole life to be president--one of her greatest flaws is simply her ethics.
In an NBC interview on "Face the Nation" Hillary told NBC interviewer Chuck Todd about her thoughts on abortion and what she said will make you dislike her even more.
After she was asked when an unborn child obtained Constitutional rights, Hillary shot her scary answer right back.
"Well, under our laws currently, that is not something that exists. The unborn person doesn’t have constitutional rights." Hillary then continued to try and couch her answer in platitudes about helping women who wanted to carry children full-term, but the essence of her statement can't be misunderstood.
Hillary Clinton believes that unborn children have no rights. End of story.
The reason that abortion was a topic for her interview was because Donald Trump recently made remarks that, if Roe v. Wade were ever overturned, women who performed illegal abortions would have to face a penalty.
Clinton, of course, tried to argue that Roe v. Wade is unalterable and that Trump's idea is impossible.
"What’s important here is that all the Republicans agree with him. They all want to see women’s rights eroded and for abortion to become illegal again."
No, Hillary. What's important here is the fact that you preach about the importance of Black lives, white lives, poverty-stricken lives, and American lives, but you can't come up with any better argument in favor of abortion than women's rights.
That's sick and wrong and children are being murdered because of your pride.