Yes, the MSNBC host actually said that. He also thanked “country” for his former girlfriend’s abortion, a life-ending decision that he says “save[d] me.”
Me, me, me.
“I thank God and country that when I fell into a bad situation, abortion was there to save me and keep me on a path toward building a strong family I have now. And I pray that safety net stays in place,” Toure said.
So “safety net” is the new euphemism for “abortion scalpel”? Got it.
Viewers rejected this monstrous self-indulgence:
So Toure' "thanks God for abortion?!" What a charming man. He's someone's husband and someone's dad now. Fantastic.
— Kelly (@flyoverangel) January 26, 2013
.@Toure thanks God that abortion existed when he knocked up his gf–were it not for that, millions could not enjoy his book about Prince
— Leah Blair (@leahblizz) January 26, 2013
— LeighPatrickSullivan (@LeighPatrick) January 26, 2013
.@Toure The kid in your avi, you as a young'un? Your own kid you decided to let live? Very creepy 2 say you thank God & country 4 abortion.
— No To tRump Fab Tee (@TeeDee1) January 26, 2013
— GregGutfeld (@greggutfeld) January 26, 2013
— DZ (@DickZucker) January 26, 2013
— Kuato (@PhillipCMcGuire) January 26, 2013
@Toure My opinion on what you said about abortion does not matter,in the end God is the judge.
— clakjak (@clakjak) January 26, 2013