Ana Navarro, co-host of “The View,” told CNN viewers on Friday that abortion should be legal because some people can’t deal with the struggles of having special needs children.
She cited special needs children who are “financially, emotionally, physically” exhausting to disgustingly support her pro-abortion views.
“I have a family with a lot of special needs kids. 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,” Navarro said.
“And I know not all families can do it,” she continued.
“And I have a step-granddaughter who was born with Down syndrome. And you know what? It is very difficult in Florida to get services. It is not as easy as it sounds on paper. And, I’ve got another step-grandson who is very autistic.”
CNN commentator uses her disabled brother & step granddaughter who has Down syndrome as examples of why we need abortion.
The ugly cruelty. The utterly bald ageism and ableism. The unfettered call for violence against the unborn disabled. pic.twitter.com/qo3jdfkK8b
— Lila Rose (@LilaGraceRose) June 24, 2022
This is the sickest defense of abortion I’ve ever heard.
Navarro essentially admits she wishes her own family members had been aborted due to their disabilities.
She sounds like a Margaret Sanger disciple for spewing eugenicist language.
Does Navarro want to discuss the impact of vaccine-related injuries on mental disabilities?
No, I highly doubt she wants to reference that.
Next, Navarro claimed the people in her life who have to raise these special needs children have considered suicide because of how difficult it is to raise them.
Essentially, “The View” host is promoting aborting babies found to have disabilities because the parents will have to suffer through caring for them.
Hopefully the special needs children in her life never hear this clip of her suggesting they shouldn’t be alive.
This type of cruel attitude highlights a key reason the American people are turning their backs on the Democrat party and leftist media personalities or news pundits.