Ever since the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, we’ve witnessed the most grotesque defenses of abortion from Democrats.
For example, ‘The View’ host Ana Navarro using her special needs family members to defend abortion.
NYC Mayor Eric Adams made the latest disgusting remarks to defend murdering the unborn.
The clout-chasing Democrat explained why he should have never been mayor the ‘Big Apple.’
“I was 15, and I just got home from being arrested, and Linda came to me. She said, ‘Eric, I’m pregnant, and look at your life.’” Ultimately she made the “empowered” decision “that was smart for both of us,” Adams said.
“My life would have been different. I wouldn’t be the Mayor,” he said an hour later on CNN.
Watch the revolting remarks below:
Eric Adams talks about ‘women’s empowerment,’ but what we should discuss is irresponsible men who ‘support’ women having an abortion.
What’s their reasoning for expressing their support?
To escape the responsibility of consequences resulting from promiscuous behavior?
MORE OF THIS! Men, y’all need to speak up on how abortion has benefited you.
Adams says he wouldn't be New York mayor if not for past partner's abortion https://t.co/Thz71SNf0B
— ANA (@more_moxie) June 27, 2022
By proclaiming ‘women’s empowerment,’ Adams shields himself from the consequences of degenerate behavior poisoning American values and culture.
While men and women both share this responsibility, I wanted to highlight men who proclaim to be ‘pro-choice’ following Adams’s comments.
This disregard for the sanctity of life and rampant degeneracy is a toxin in our society.
Adams’s remarks are a prime example.
Mayor Eric Adams said Friday he wouldn’t be mayor if his former partner hadn’t gotten an abortion when they were teenagers.
The revelation came after Adams, flanked by dozens of members of his administration on the steps of City Hall, announced new initiatives to improve abortion access in response to the U.S. Supreme Court’s unraveling of Roe v. Wade.
“I was 15, and I just got home from being arrested, and [my partner] came to me. She said, ‘Eric, I’m pregnant, and look at your life,’” recalled the mayor, who has said his arrest and beating at the hands of police inspired him to later spend 22 years as an NYPD cop.
Adams made the remarks after he announced plans to expand access to medication abortion at city sexual health clinics and grow the number of medical professionals who perform the procedure within the public hospital system.
The city will also provide transportation, food and housing options for out-of-staters who come to New York for the procedure from states where it is outlawed, city Health Commissioner Ashwin Vasan said at Friday’s news conference, Politico added.