Facebookers Respond To Hillary's News That Abortion Is OK Right Until Birth


When would you say abortion is wrong? Most conservatives would say it's almost always wrong (with some holding exception for rape or birth defects), and even liberals would normally hold some specific week stance: like after 20 weeks, it's wrong, or once you hit the third trimester (for the very liberal).


But Hillary Clinton's latest expressed stance at the Fox News debate took it so far that many were astonished--and outraged. She basically said there was no time that a woman should not be allowed an abortion: Meaning, not when the baby is minutes away from being naturally born. Can you imagine?

When being questioned about it, Clinton dodged around and talked about a current Supreme Court case. “Right now the Supreme Court is considering a decision that would shut down a lot of the options for women in Texas," she responded. "Under Roe v. Wade, which is rooted in the Constitution, women have this right to make this highly personal decision with their family in accordance with their faith, with their doctor." But Bret Baier pressed her, saying, "Just to be clear, there’s no — without any exceptions?”

“No,” Clinton answered.

Here, in response to a Facebook post by conservative blogger Matt Walsh, people respond to the news.




What do you think of Clinton's (and similarly, Sander's) stance on abortion without exception? Let us hear your thoughts in the Comments! Thank you so much!

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