2020 Democrat candidate Pete Buttigieg appeared to support post-birth abortion by saying that a baby is only considered alive after it’s taken its “first breath.”
[Newswars] During an appearance on “The Breakfast Club” radio show on Friday, the South Bend mayor claimed that life doesn’t begin until a baby has drawn its first breath, suggesting that abortion until or even after birth was morally right.
“[Pro-life Christians] hold everybody in line with this one, kind of piece of doctrine about abortion, which is obviously a tough issue for a lot of people to think through morally,” Mr. Buttigieg said.
“Then again, there’s a lot of parts of the Bible that talk about how life begins with breath, and so even that is something that we can interpret differently.”
Host “Charlamagne tha God” added: “I think that if you’re a man who’s against abortion then you haven’t gotten the wrong woman pregnant.”
Mayor Pete has been twisting Christian values to fit the far-left’s agenda, such as alling climate change denial a “sin.”
“It’s the latest salvo in a long string of attempts by Buttigieg to paint his entire progressive agenda as the only acceptable set of policies for a moral Christian, insisting that a proper interpretation of Christianity will ‘point you in a progressive direction,’” reported The National Review.
“Time and again, the mayor — who considers himself a faithful Episcopalian — has derided Republicans and conservative Christians for their supposed hypocrisy and immorality, while proclaiming the objective moral correctness of his own policy prescriptions.”
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