(Republican Party News) – I don’t think, at this point in our world’s history, one can honestly look at our culture and the moral decay we are experiencing, which is a direct result of the application of progressive policies to various areas of life along with the denial of basic scientific fact, and not say that liberalism is a mental disorder.
For example, The Western Journal has posted a piece stating that Aimee Arrambide, the executive director of abortion rights nonprofit organization Avow Texas, gave testimony before the House Judiciary Committee during a hearing called “Revoking Your Rights” on Wednesday telling a GOP lawmaker that she believes men can indeed become pregnant and get abortions.
Please. Someone, anyone. Get me off this planet. Like yesterday.
First off, let’s get down to the nitty gritty. Men cannot get pregnant. Biological males do not have the correct anatomical points to have a child. Period. When people like Arrambide says men can get pregnant, what they are really saying is women who identify as men can get pregnant and have abortions. You know why? Because they have the anatomically correct parts to do so.
You know, because they are women.
By the way, when people say they “identify” as something, what they are really saying is they are “pretending” to be something they are not. Like women pretending to be men and then getting abortions when they get pregnant. It’s all make believe.
Republican Rep. Dan Bishop, from the state of North Carolina asked Arrambide, “What do you say a woman is?”
“I believe that everyone can identify for themselves,” Arrambide responded. In other words, you can “pretend” to be a woman if you want to, or you can pretend to be a man if you want to.
Bishop then went on to ask her, “Do you believe that men can become pregnant and have abortions?”
“Yes,” she said, not hesitating at all to ponder how ludicrous this statement sounded.
Q: "Do you believe that men can become pregnant and have abortions?" –@RepDanBishop
A: "Yes." -Democrat witness pic.twitter.com/TfxboajSJU
— House Judiciary GOP (@JudiciaryGOP) May 18, 2022
“Arrambide distinguished herself again when Louisiana Republican Rep. Mike Johnson asked her what the difference was between a baby just before birth and a two-year-old,” the report said.
After making it clear that she supports abortion during any stage of a woman’s pregnancy, Johnson then asked, “If it is not lawful and morally acceptable to take the life of a ten-year-old child, I assume you agree with that, right — that would be wrong, correct?”
“And a two-year-old child, the same thing, that would be murder. We would all agree that’s wrong. Then what is the principal distinction between the human being that is two years old, or nine months old, or one week old, or an hour old and one that is eight inches further up the birth canal in the utero? What is the difference? Why is it okay in the latter case and not in the former cases?” He continued.
The activist took a few seconds before answering with, “I trust people to determine what to do with their own bodies.”
“Wow,” Johnson responded.
Arrambide then gave a little smirk and said, “full stop.”
Can't get over this clip of @RepMikeJohnson leaving an abortion advocate absolutely speechless by simply asking for the distinction between a baby just before it's born and when it is 2 years old. pic.twitter.com/13yy4qQV7B
— Caleb Hull (@CalebJHull) May 18, 2022
“The problem is that this woman’s responses — ludicrous as they are — are now considered reasonable within the Democratic Party. The definition of a woman is anything you want it to be. Men can get pregnant, and abortion is okay at any stage of pregnancy — up to the moment of birth or even after, if the doctor and mother agree it’s the right thing to do,” the WJ report said.
“Arrambide’s dumbfounding testimony demands that every Democratic candidate this fall — whether they’re running for dog catcher or a seat in the U.S. Senate — be asked the following three questions, which will force them to choose between common sense and progressive orthodoxy,” the report continued.
Those three questions are:
-What is a woman?
-Do you think men can get pregnant?
-Do you believe there should be any restrictions on abortions?
If you get answers to these three questions, that will tell you all you need to know.
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