Everybody needs an advocate. This is why, in our criminal justice system, even murderers and Ken Lay get to have attorneys. And who better to advocate for babies who would be born without brain function than their leader, Texas Mensa President Louie Gohmert? That is why he stood up to Big Abortion in the guise of a lady who borted her baby that only had part of a brain,mansplaining to her how much better it would have been for her fetus to be born, suffer excruciating pain, and then die.


Won't that lady think of the children? No, not the child she's got at home who wouldn't see her parents while they spent all their time in the hospital waiting for God to murder their baby, as He intended. The other children. The ones who would be born without their brains.

The congressman told a story about a different couple who decided to give birth to a fetus with different types of disabilities — suggesting that Zink should have made the same choice for her son, instead of deciding to “rip him apart”:

GOHMERT: Ms. Zink, having my great sympathy and empathy both. I still come back wondering, shouldn’t we wait, like that couple did, and see if the child can survive before we decide to rip him apart? So. These are ethical issues, they’re moral issues, they’re difficult issues, and the parents should certainly be consulted. But it just seems like, it’s a more educated decision if the child is in front of you to make those decisions.

Yes, definitely very sympathetic and empathetic there, Gomer. It is even good that you think the parents should be "consulted" about what decisions the government makes about forcing a baby to be born with no brain function, and forcing a woman to sit around for four or five months growing a baby with no brain function after she discovers the baby has no brain function, and going through labor, which we hear hurts? (We did not born our own son, but we've been told discomfort is involved.) And then delivering a baby, and then waiting for it to die. Yes, it is good of him to think parents should be consulted on that, and then forced to do it anyway.

[ThinkProgress]

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