Crowd Member Confronts Beto O'Rourke On Late-Term Abortion Stance

Crowd Member Confronts Beto O’Rourke On Late-Term Abortion Stance


Far-left Democrats like Beto O’Rourke are quickly finding themselves on the wrong side of the tide, as more and more people awaken to the evils of abortion.

America is on the fast-track to severely curtail or even completely end all abortion in the nation under the Trump administration.

It seems like Trump has inspired states to be bold and pass strict restrictions on abortion, much to the chagrin of “pro-choice” liberals, some of which even think that it is okay for a baby to be killed in its mother’s womb at 40 weeks.

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One of these is Beto O’Rourke who believes late-term abortion “should be a decision a woman makes.”

Yet, when confronted by a member of a crowd he was talking to in Cleveland, Ohio, Beto came face-to-face with the problem behind his opinion.

The audience member asked Beto if his life had no value as a baby one day prior to his birth,

“My question is this: I was born Sept. 8th, 1989, and I want to know if you think on Sept. 7th, 1989, my life had no value?”

Beto stumbled out a response,

“Of course I don’t think that. And of course, I’m glad that you’re here. But you referenced my answer in Ohio, and it remains the same. This is a decision that neither you, nor I, nor the United States government should be making. That’s a decision for the woman to make.”

A voice from the crowd shouted out,

“What about my rights?” which Beto deliberately ignored answering.

Watch here:

Beto doesn't seem to notice that his beliefs that late-term abortion at 40 weeks is okay but that a baby's life has value the day before it's born just don't add up!

That's the state of Democrats and their characteristic lack of forethought.

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LaCorte News gave an excellent overview of the confrontation that took place at the Beto O'Rourke event:

One attendee in the crowd at O'Rourke's campaign event in Cleveland, Ohio, asked the 2020 Democratic contender about third-trimester abortions.

“My question is this: I was born Sept. 8th, 1989, and I want to know if you think on Sept. 7th, 1989, my life had no value,” said the man, referring to comments made by O'Rourke in March.

“Of course I don’t think that. And of course, I’m glad that you’re here. But you referenced my answer in Ohio, and it remains the same. This is a decision that neither you, nor I, nor the United States government should be making. That’s a decision for the woman to make," he said.

The Washington Examiner gave further insight and made some excellent points on the issues Beto's contradictory beliefs bring up:

Beto O’Rourke believes an unborn child as old as 40 weeks has value. But he also believes that no one should question whether that child should be aborted because it is no one's business but the mother's.

          

Good luck reconciling those two positions. 

          

The flailing 2020 Democratic primary candidate’s bipolar defense of life and extremely late-term abortions came this week as he spoke at a political rally at the College of Charleston in Charleston, South Carolina. 

          

A member of the audience, who referred specifically to when O’Rourke said in March that late-term abortion “should be a decision that the woman makes," said to the former Texas congressman: “I was born Sept. 8, 1989, and I want to know if you think on Sept. 7, 1989, my life had no value.”

          

“Of course I don’t think that,” the 2020 candidate responded. "And, of course, I’m glad that you’re here. But you reference my answer in Ohio and it remains the same."

          

Then he added: “This is a decision that neither you, nor I, nor the United States government should be making. That’s a decision for the woman to make.”

          

The audience awarded the 2020 Democratic candidate with enthusiastic applause.

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