As hard as it may be to believe, CNN commentator Ana Navarro recently used her disabled brother-- and step granddaughter-- as examples of why all women should have legal and unfettered access to abortions.
Navarro said no one should be able to tell a woman what they should be able to do with her “life” or her “uterus.” She did not mention the baby’s life, however.
She said, “I have a brother who’s 57 and has the mental and motor skills of a 1-year-old and I know what that means financially, emotionally, physically for a family and I know not all families can do it.” She added, “I have a step granddaughter who was born with Down Syndrome – and you know what? It is very difficult in Florida to get services…and I got another step grandson who is very autistic.”
Oh, I see. Much better if they had been aborted. Easier for the family. You know, those people with mental and physical disabilities are a real drag on the rest of us. Better to just exterminate them and be done with it. I’m not exactly sure what the cut off should be for minimum allowed IQ…maybe 75 or 80. And maybe any male under 5’5 or with a very small penis should just be dispensed with. And, perhaps, anyone with severe asthma or a noticeable speech impediment.
Navarro also boldly claimed that she can still be Catholic and pro-abortion, saying, “I’m Catholic when it comes to me, but there’s a lot of Americans who are not Catholic and they’re not Christian and you have no damn right to tell them what they should do with their bodies!” (Well, I guess vaccine mandates and anti-gun laws are out the window.)
One can be Catholic and pro-abortion? Yes, just like one can be a vegan and eat red meat or be a pacifist and be pro-war. Or like how one can still be a Christian and be pro-Satan. Duh!
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