Republican presidential candidate and former South Carolina governor Nikki Haley recently spoke to a group of individuals in the state of New Hampshire where she said she’s “unapologetically pro-life,” before stating the “fellas” have been “demonizing” the topic of abortion for “too long” and that it’s well past time to treat the issue “like the sensitive topic that it is.”
Okay, so, I’m just going to state right out of the gate that for individuals who have had abortions and regret it, the topic is most definitely sensitive, when it comes to discussing whether or not it should be legal to murder children in the womb, it’s very black and white, cut and dry. It should be outlawed. Every single state should pass a complete and total ban on the vile practice of murdering pre-born children. Right now. Today. As soon as possible.
“I am unapologetically pro-life, not because the Republican Party tells me to be but because my husband is adopted and I had trouble having both of my children,” Haley said while delivering an address during the Rotary Club luncheon Thursday at the Portsmouth Country Club. “So I am surrounded by blessings. Having said that, this issue is personal for every woman and every man. So I don’t judge anyone for being pro-choice any more than I want you to judge me for being pro-life.”
According to the Daily Wire, Haley stated that it’s highly unlikely we’ll ever see a federal ban on abortion, going on to explain, “So the question that you’re seeing debated right now is, ‘Is there a place for a federal law?’ And I think that there is. But to have a federal law, they need to tell you the truth and I don’t think anyone has told the American people the truth.”
The former United Nations Ambassador then said that in order to get such a piece of legislation passed into law, it would need to have a supermajority of 60 U.S. senators. However, as she then quickly pointed out, there has not been 60 GOP senators in the chamber in over a century. She noted there are, maybe, 45 pro-life senators right now.
“So no Republican president can ban abortion any more than a Democrat president can ban these state laws,” she remarked.
“So why don’t we just find consensus? Can’t we agree that we don’t want late-term abortions? Can’t we agree that we should encourage adoptions and better quality adoptions? Can’t we agree that doctors and nurses who don’t believe in abortion shouldn’t have to perform them?” Haley continued.
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“Can’t we agree that contraception should be accessible?” she added. “And can’t we agree that no state law should say that any woman who’s had an abortion can go to jail or get the death penalty? Let’s just start there.”
“We have to humanize this issue,” she proclaimed. “I am not going to be part of demonizing this issue, it’s too personal to everyone. And the fellas have done that for too long. No offense.”
Well, I mean, to be fair, killing your child in the womb for the sake of convenience is one of the oldest satanic practices in human history, so I think it’s completely rational, reasonable, and morally acceptable for this “issue” to be “demonized.”
“But it is time that we start treating it like the sensitive topic that it is,” Haley continued in her address. “I had a roommate who was raped in college. I wouldn’t wish anything — I wouldn’t wish that on anyone to see what she went through wondering if she was pregnant. Everybody’s got a story. And every person’s story needs to be respected.”
It’s awful that rape is a reality in our world. No woman should have to experience that horrific act of violence that violates a woman in the worst way. However, it is immoral to sentence an unborn child to death and execute he or she for the crimes committed by the father. Sorry, not sorry.
“So that’s the way I will handle it, is we’re going to make it about how do we save as many babies as we can and support as many moms as we can. And that’s the conversation I choose to have when it comes to pro-life and abortion,” the former governor concluded.