Oh, good, Cenk Uygur shared his opinion on the GOP and being pro-life … said no one, literally ever.
If the Republican Party showed as compassion to the born as they do for the unborn, we might live in a wonderfully decent society. What a curious stance the @GOP has taken – life doesn’t matter once it’s born.
— Cenk Uygur (@cenkuygur) May 19, 2019
This argument is one that pro-aborts have been making for years now. In their sad little minds, it’s better to be dead than poor, and so they hold life hostage while pretending it’s the evil Right who doesn’t really care about people because they disagree with life-long dependence on entitlement programs. Meanwhile, the Left continues to dehumanize the unborn so they can pat themselves on the back for pretending abortion is a right that somehow makes a woman more powerful.
Pretty awful, isn’t it?
If Cenk ever had anything to say about large swaths of people that wasn’t a complete ad hominem, it would be an event. https://t.co/K2fse3cdNE
— Stacey (@ScotsFyre) May 20, 2019
That is no where near the stance of the right. Nice try though?
— jennydee (@jenndee19) May 20, 2019
He knows it’s not accurate.
He just doesn’t care.
He’s feeding his angry, uninformed, base what they want and that’s all that matters to him.
This is, of course, a lie from Cenk who can't make it through a sentence without lying.
— Phil, Human Accountant (@earlp1231) May 20, 2019
Read the Ohio heartbeat bill, Cenk.
— Daniel Gump ☕️ (@DSiPaint) May 20, 2019
Read? Cenk? Ha.
If the Democratic party showed as much interest in helping people get out of poverty as they did about killing them to avoid having to care for them maybe we would be living ( yes living) in a decent society as well. @DNC life doesnt happen if it's not allowed to happen.
— mike holton (@xarmynsdq) May 20, 2019
There it is.
Democrats have been fighting a war on poverty for decades and people are still poor proving government doesn’t really solve problems.
This is an idiotic statement. Just because a conservative believes there are better ways to care for underprivileged children than government programs doesn’t mean we don’t care. We just believe community,houses of worship, and private philanthropy are better avenues of support.
— E.Stanley.Thurston (@mrgoody_2_shoes) May 20, 2019
If you give it more than 30 seconds of thought, you'll realize that one can oppose murder without supporting a massive welfare state to fund all the people who weren't murdered.
— just alan (@anythingbutdem) May 20, 2019
Maybe they just need to take some lessons from Democrats on how to “sound” compassionate, proper buzzwords to use to convey caring and then have enough media backing to completely whitewash all their true actions.
— NetboyRick (@NetBoyRick) May 19, 2019