Chelsea Clinton just put a price tag on the lives of all the babies that have been murdered by abortion in the last 45 years. And it’s disgusting:
Here’s what she says, via CNS News:
“Whether you fundamentally care about reproductive rights and access right, because these are not the same thing, if you care about social justice or economic justice, agency – you have to care about this.
“It is not a disconnected fact – to address this t-shirt of 1973 – that American women entering the labor force from 1973 to 2009 added three and a half trillion dollars to our economy. Right?
“The net, new entrance of women – that is not disconnected from the fact that Roe became the law of the land in January of 1973.”
It’s bad enough that women murder their babies for convenience or because of situational problems in their own lives.
But Chelsea Clinton is making a much bigger argument for abortion. She’s saying it’s actually good for the economy and thus society because of the economic benefits of women working!
And she doubled down on it when challenged (even though she’s claiming that’s not what she said):
Hi KrisiAnn- That’s not what I said as you can see in the video. Reproductive rights have always been economic rights. A recent study (https://t.co/IavJXRyHqo) found denying women-often already mothers-a wanted abortion results in years of less employment & more family poverty. https://t.co/MGQ4Rdf812
— Chelsea Clinton (@ChelseaClinton) August 14, 2018
But that is what’s she saying. Abortion combats poverty, which means more women working equals less poverty and more trillions for the economy.
Why would she quantify it like this if she didn’t mean to say it was good for the economy?
It’s amazing to me that the party who loves playing the slavery card against Republicans is the very same party that thinks murdering babies is good way to keep poverty at bay. They claim they value life so much – even in this video she’s talking about the dignity of the woman to choose. Yet they justify the slaughter of millions with dollar signs.