Democratic candidate Kamala Harris has declared an all-out war on people who want to protect the lives of babies in the womb.
She displayed her deep revulsion for pro-life Americans during an event hosted by Planned Parenthood.
According to the Washington Examiner, Harris was at the California Democratic Convention when she addressed Alabama’s new pro-life law that protects preborn babies in every case except for if the mother’s life is in grave danger.
"In this fight, we know we are on the side of right," she insisted.
"Those folks down in Alabama who are doing this, these are the same folks who, by the time that baby is born, they couldn't care less.”
“What are they doing to support that mother and what she needs in terms of prenatal help?” she continued. “They're not doing a thing, but they're trying to tell women what to do with their bodies.”
RedState wrote that Harris told the crowd outright lies. They pointed out Alabama’s high adoption rate, numerous pregnancy crisis centers, and a wide post-birth support network. Churches, colleges, and women’s shelters also work with the Alabama legislature for informing pregnant women of adoption and foster care options.
That’s a far cry from “couldn’t care less.”
In other abortion news, government-funded PBS produced a documentary that “airbrushes abortion to make it look like some healthy new age practice,” pro-life activist Obianuju Ekeocha tweeted.
A woman is filmed in the documentary taking an abortion pill, ending the life of the twins in her womb.
Former Planned Parenthood director Abby Johnson, who is now a pro-life activist, wrote in response, “We watched a killing in real time. Makes me sick to my stomach. May God have mercy on her.”
“What I hope I feel is a sense of peace, not only with myself and the decision that I’ve made but also a sense of peace with these two beings that I’ve chosen not to bring into the world,” the woman taking the abortion pill told the camera.
In a message to the babies whose lives she was ending, she said, “Thank you for choosing me, and I’m honored to be given this gift of life. And, also, I can’t do it right now. I can’t accept that mantle in terms of the other lives that I’m taking care of and I’m responsible for.”
Chilling. Absolutely chilling.