DNC chairwoman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz got hit with a very simple question from a reporter with the Media Research Center, a question most people with a conscience could easily answer.
Given three opportunities, however, Wasserman-Schultz couldn’t bring herself to respond.
The reporter wanted to know if she considered her three children to be “human beings” before birth.
The pro-abortion Democrat couldn’t say, but in not answering, provided a unique insight into what abortion supporters think about children that are 16, 18, 20, 24 weeks old, etc.
Via The Blaze:
A reporter with MRC TV recently asked Democratic National Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz if her three children were “human beings” before they were born.
After a brief pause, Schultz replied, “I believe that every woman has the right to make their own reproductive choices.”
“What did you believe about your children though?” the reporter pressed.
“That I had the right to make my own reproductive choices, a right which I was proud to have,” Schultz replied.
The DNC chair declined to give a yes or no answer when pressed for a third time, instead saying her children are “human beings” today and she’s glad she had the opportunity to make her own “reproductive choices.”
Watch her very telling reaction below …
Just for the record Debbie, you had the ability to make reproductive choices, as every man and woman has the ability to do, when you took part in the actual reproductive process that creates human beings.
As an aside, there are several arguments made by those supporting legalized abortion, the health of mother and child, and cases of rape and incest being what resonates with most people. Polling suggests that a very low percentage of abortions are performed for these extreme reasons.
Problems arise mostly in those who view abortion as a matter of social and economic convenience. That social and economic convenience at the expense of a living being is what liberals call “reproductive choices.”
When you can look at a human being and identify it solely as a “reproductive choice,” you’ve stripped all humanity away from the discussion.
It’s what makes it easier for Planned Parenthood officials to sell baby parts. And it’s what makes it so difficult for people like Debbie Wasserman Schultz to identify their own children as human beings.
Comment: Are children in the womb human beings?