This California Congresswoman thinks inflation is a great reason to get an abortion
· May 13, 2022 ·

I'd like to add another chapter to this meme right here:

Go ahead and put on the full clown suit, and...

"Inflation is one of the many reasons we should legalize all abortions up to the point of birth."

Yes, according to California Rep. Katie Porter, inflation is now one of the leading arguments in favor of abortion.

Check it out:

The fact that things like inflation can happen and it can become more expensive to feed your kids and to fuel your car is exactly why people need to be able to be in charge of how many mouths they're gonna have to feed. So I think the fact that we're seeing this jump in expenses, that we're seeing people having to pay more in the grocery store, pay more at the pump, pay more for housing, is a reason that people are saying ‘I need to be able to make my own decisions about when and if to start a family.'

So I guess that final stage of the inflation meme up there—"Why the inflation we're seeing now is a good thing"—is pretty accurate for the left, since right now they're being forced to argue for baby murder. Because what better argument for the taking of an innocent life than, "well, things cost more, and kids are expensive"?

Only in California!

Just kidding, this is actually the mainstream Democratic position on abortion now. It's not about the mother's health, or rape, or anything reasonable. It's simply a decision to be made based on whether the woman feels like having a child or not.

And that's not the position of 50% of our nation, I guarantee it.

So I hope lefties keep pushing ideas like this one, because people are paying attention.

And no reasonable person actually believes that inflation constitutes the taking of a human life.

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