This is absolutely sickening: Ana Navarro, the supposed “Republican” cohost on ABC’s “The View”, just appeared on CNN to discuss the abortion issue in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision in Dobbs and, while discussing abortion, used the example of her disabled relative as an example of why abortion is necessary.
Yes, she effectively said that her living, disabled relative should have been aborted. Yikes.
That argument for abortion came when Navarro and a CNN personality were bickering with pro-life GOP strategist Alice Stewart.
Stewart, beginning, noted that there are, contrary to what leftists would have you believe, resources for expectant mothers, saying “I can tell you, having worked and advocated in the pro-life community for many years, there are crisis pregnancy centers set up across this country that are there to provide assistance, financial assistance, for expectant mothers.”
Camerota, the CNN personality siding with the ghoulish Navarro, got infuriated by that argument and fired back, “countering” Stewart’s point by implying that foster kids and disabled babies should have been aborted, saying:
There are something like 410,000 children in the foster care system right now in the U.S. So, clearly, they’re not all being adopted. And some of these babies will have obviously physical disabilities. I mean, what is the plan? Obviously, they’re not just all being taken care of currently.
Yikes. That’s pretty horrific.
But, unsurprisingly, it was just the beginning.
Taking the cue that the murder of the disabled via abortion was on the agenda, Navarro then jumped in and sickeningly used the example of her disabled family member, implying that they or those like them should be aborted, saying:
“And because 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.”
“And I know not all families can do it and I have a step-granddaughter who was born with Down’s 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, who has autism and it is –
“And their mothers and people who are in that society who are in that community will tell you that they considered suicide because that’s how difficult it is to get help because that’s how lonely they feel.”
Yikes. Somehow even worse than Camerota’s claim.
She then started shrieking about her supposed Catholic faith and said “But there’s a lot of Americans who are not Catholic, and are not Christian, and are not Baptist, and you have no damn right to tell them what they should do with their bodies. Nobody does!”
So that’s where the left is mentally right now: shrieking in anger on TV over the thought that they wouldn’t have been able to kill their disabled relatives, including a grandkid.