When is something “exceedingly rare?” When is something an “epidemic?” It seems the answer lies in how it fits your narrative, at least when it comes to The New York Times.
Liberals these days cannot seem to get enough abortion, they want it on demand, they want it up to the due date, and soon it will be after the due date. In the warped and permanently confused Liberal mind, 11,000 gun murders is a “raging epidemic”, while 10,489 late-term abortions where the baby feels everything is so ‘exceedingly rare’ that it doesn’t even need to be discussed they say. What did Margaret Sanger call them? Ah, that’s right, Planned Parenthood founder Sanger called them ‘weeds’.
“I call heaven and earth to record this day against you, that I have set before you life and death, blessing and cursing: therefore choose life, that both thou and thy seed may live:” Deuteronomy 30:19 (KJB)
Let’s not be shocked anymore about the people Adolf Hitler killed in the Nazi Holocaust if 2,362 US babies aborted each and every day in 2017 doesn’t raise an eyebrow. Gun violence? Don’t make me laugh, 450 people are killed daily in alcohol-related car crashes, are we banning cars or alcohol? What a strange thing it must be to have a Liberal mind where distortion is their only reality. Please watch the video at the bottom to see how evil, vile and wicked Margaret Sanger was, and how evil, vile and wicked Planned Parenthood is.
If Gun Murders Are ‘Epidemic,’ Why Does NYT Call 10,000 Late-Term Abortions ‘Exceedingly Rare’?
FROM THE WESTERN JOURNAL: Take late-term abortions. In an article about how Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is “looking to energize social conservatives,” Sheryl Gay Stolberg pinned the “exceedingly rare” tag on two bills involving late-term abortions.
”Both bills put a spotlight on late-term abortions, which are exceedingly rare — the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said last year that abortions after 20 weeks accounted for 1.2 percent of abortions in 2016, the latest period studied,” Stolberg wrote in the Monday article.
As Ramesh Ponnuru pointed out at National Review, however, this number wasn’t as insignificant as Stolberg wants you to think it is.
“She cites a CDC estimate that abortion after 20 weeks accounted for 1.2 percent of abortions in 2016. There were 874,100 abortions in the U.S. that year; 1.2 percent would be 10,489,” Ponnuru wrote. “For comparison, the number of gun homicides in the U.S. that year was estimated to be about 11,000. Perhaps the Times should start calling them ‘exceedingly rare’ too?”
Funny he should mention that.
Two days after the San Bernardino mass shooting in 2015, The Times’ editorial board was pretty clear regarding how it felt about the number of gun deaths in America, declaring the time had come to “End the Gun Epidemic in America.”
The article was hyper-specific, too, in that the board felt a particular danger was posed by those evil “assault weapons,” an ill-defined category of rifles that look really minatory and hold a special appeal to mass shooters not because they’re particularly efficient at murder but because they get media coverage like this.
“It is a moral outrage and a national disgrace that civilians can legally purchase weapons designed specifically to kill people with brutal speed and efficiency,” the board wrote. “These are weapons of war, barely modified and deliberately marketed as tools of macho vigilantism and even insurrection. America’s elected leaders offer prayers for gun victims and then, callously and without fear of consequence, reject the most basic restrictions on weapons of mass killing, as they did on Thursday. They distract us with arguments about the word terrorism. Let’s be clear: These spree killings are all, in their own ways, acts of terrorism.”
In 2017, the year with the highest number of mass shooting deaths on record, 224 people were killed. In 2016, the year after San Bernardino, 374 people were murdered by rifles, certainly not all of them from those “weapons of mass killings” that are “deliberately marketed as tools of macho vigilantism and even insurrection.” READ MORE
21 Quotes by Margaret Sanger
“No woman shall have the legal right to bear a child, and no man shall have the right to become a father, without a permit for parenthood.”
— Margaret Sanger, “America Needs a Code for Babies,” Article 4, March 27, 1934.
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