In a radio interview on Wednesday Virginia Governor advocated for the murder of newborn babies. In response James Woods eviscerates him on Twitter.
Democrats have been convincing young women that their babies are a “clump of cells” and it’s “their choice” to dispose of the cells. They are now advocating for the practice of infanticide, which is the murder of born-alive babies.
Governor Northam was asked about a new bill that would allow third trimester abortions in Virginia. The radio host pointed out that Kathy Tran, a lawmaker in the Virginia House of Delegates, proposed a new bill that would allow the mother to abort (kill) the baby within minutes of it being born.
Northam argued that the murder of babies after birth should be allowed.
VA gov on abortion this morning:
“If a mother is in labor…the infant would be delivered. The infant would be kept comfortable. The infant would be resuscitated if that’s what the mother and the family desired, and then a discussion would ensue between the physicians & mother" pic.twitter.com/cc15pVLjIQ
— Caleb Hull (@CalebJHull) January 30, 2019
Conservative actor James Woods fired back with an incredible response. He gave Governor Northam two options:
a) we can give the Governor of Virginia the benefit of the doubt and say he misspoke
b) have him arrested for openly promoting mass murder. Once a baby is BORN and “comforted,” to end its life is unequivocally murder.
There are only two options here: a) we can give the Governor of Virginia the benefit of the doubt and say he misspoke, or b) have him arrested for openly promoting mass murder. Once a baby is BORN and “comforted,” to end its life is unequivocally murder. Plain and simple. https://t.co/7xjBY9UCl1
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) January 30, 2019
Remember during the presidential debates between President Donald Trump and two-time loser when he called out her absurd stance on abortions? Here’s a reminder if you missed it.
At the time people thought it was crazy, but a couple years later the Democrats are taking things a step further. And it’s a huge step.