Chelsea Clinton: Would Be ‘Unchristian’ To End Abortion

Chelsea Clinton may have officially topped any of the absolutely crazy statements made by her mother when she commented that is would be “unchristian” if the country stopped killing the unborn.

From Mediaite:

Chelsea Clinton said that returning to a time before Roe v. Wade, the 1973 ruling that legalized abortion in the U.S., would be “unchristian” in an interview on Thursday.

In an interview on SiriusXM’s Signal Boost, with hosts Zerlina Maxwell and Jess McIntosh, Chelsea Clinton was asked about her daughter having to fight for abortion rights.

What in the world.

“I look at my children and I have to quote Jim Yong Kim, ‘optimism is a moral choice,’” Clinton said. “Every day I make the moral choice to be optimistic. That my efforts and my energies, particularly when I’m fortunate enough to be in partnership with fellow travelers, hopefully will make a difference.”

“And when I think about all of the statistics — that are painful — of what women are confronting, Zerlina, today in our country, and what even more women confronted pre-Roe and how many women died and how many more women were maimed because of unsafe abortion practices, we just can’t go back to that,” she added, per Mediaite. “That’s unconscionable to me, and also, I’m sure that this will unleash another wave of hate in my direction, but as a deeply religious person, it’s also unchristian to me.”

No longer killing the unborn is unchristian? Say what?

Watch her make the comments below:


The bizarre remark comes amid a continued “resistance” effort from liberals and Democrat lawmakers in the confirmation process of United States Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

The judge has repeatedly said Roe v. Wade is court precedent and fundamentally supports a woman’s legal right to an abortion. During several days of confirmation hearings, Kavanaugh sat before the Senate Judiciary Committee and said the case has been affirmed several times. This is most prominently found in Planned Parenthood v. Casey. In the 1992 decision, the Supreme Court considered ruling against standing precedent but found there was no argument to overturn it.

Clinton was right however, the comment certainly unleashed “another wave of hate”:

Note: The author of this article has included commentary that expresses an opinion and analysis of the facts.

DISCLAIMER: Views expressed in articles do not necessarily reflect the views held by Sarah Palin.


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