Just a helpful hint to Ali A. Rizvi, never EVER do, say, or tweet anything Patrick Tomlinson would do, say, or tweet. We destroyed Pat months ago when he tried to make this same lame argument for abortion and yeah … it didn’t go so hot for him then and it didn’t go so how for ol’ Ali here now.
There is a fire at a fertility clinic. In one corner, there is a terrified five-year-old child. In the other, there is a container with 1000 viable embryos. You can only save one.
Which do you save?
(Credit to Patrick Tomlinson)
— Ali A. Rizvi (@aliamjadrizvi) May 16, 2019
When it comes to dumb tests this test may be the dumbest of them all.
I feel really bad for you that you think this is some sort of valid, compelling, intellectual proof of anything.
As others have pointed out, you could do this with any pair of things and it means the same. It's an exercise in silliness.https://t.co/4Zek8mTcNa
— BonkPolitics (@BonkPolitics) May 17, 2019
Ali and others like him think this test is valid because they don’t respect life in general which is ultimately the basis of other issues we have in this country like gun violence (and not the gun) but that’s another conversation.
Are you idiots still posting this dumbass scenario as if it's an argument? Lol
— Antonio Martinez (@djtechchicago) May 16, 2019
They have been for months, heck maybe years at this point.
The embryos are "viable," but not yet implanted.
What guarantee do I have they will implant?
— 1001 Roadbeerian Nights (@MckinleyDHughes) May 17, 2019
Why would I only be able to save one? And what does that have to do with the discussion of actual real-world situations?
— El Jefe (@ElJefeTulum) May 17, 2019
— Russell Flowers (@ChoralReave) May 17, 2019
"Literally everything has been decided for us by an unseen external force, except who will die, which is conveniently left up to us."
The Trolley Problem is a useless ethics issue, given that you have determined that someone must die in this fakery.
— Charles X Proxy (@Charlemagne0814) May 16, 2019
Translation: “I have no idea what ‘impairment of the will’, ‘false dichotomy’, or ‘emergency response’ mean, but *I* thought this sounded clever and I hope it make you think I am clever, too” pic.twitter.com/RGJdo21ezV
— Richard Patriarchy🚁💒 (@DickPatriarchy) May 16, 2019
What’s even sadder is Ali proudly gave credit to Tomlinson for it … wow.
This has been answered so many times. Just going around again for pro-abortion folks who refuse to listen to answers.
— Josh (@Celebrity4Pres) May 16, 2019
Binary Hypothetical thinkers.
You travel back in time to when your parents are babies. To save your children you must kill either your mother or your father. If you take this seriously and think it's a good argument, you are stupid.
— Stupid Vexing Twit (@CossatotFalls) May 17, 2019
Is there a dog there?
— la costurera diabólica (@hdighn) May 17, 2019
HA HA HA HA HA HA HA
And a unicorn!
This is stupid.
"There is a fire at your home. Your spouse is trapped and yiur toddler is in his/her crib. Who do you save? Remember whichever you dint save means you think they have no value.
Got ya suckers!"
— Noah (@reeb1011) May 16, 2019
Earth is getting destroyed by a catastrophe caused by climate change. You’re a Scientist and have found a different planet where life is possible. You have a choice of taking 1000 embryos with you or a 5 year old boy. Which do you take?
— Jay K (@JayKlos) May 16, 2019
Would you save a 5 year old over a 95 year old? If yes, does that mean the 95 year old is any less of a human being?
This argument is dumb.
— David St. Hilaire (@DavidStHilaire1) May 16, 2019
At the end of the day, yup, this argument is dumb. It has always been dumb. And that pro-aborts like Ali keep sharing it like it’s not dumb proves how dumb the abortion lobby is.
Sorry, not sorry.