MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry clearly distinguished pro-life from pro-choice when she referred to a human embryo as “this thing” on a recent show.
During a discussion last weekend of a Kansas bill requiring doctors to give women information before an abortion, the liberal commentator called the notion that a human embryo is a person a “faith claim not associated with science.”
“But the reality is, if this turns into a person, there are economic consequences. Right?” she said on the “Melissa Harris-Perry Show.” “The cost of raising a child — $10,000 a year, up to $20,000 a year — when you’re talking about what it costs to have this thing [emphasis hers] turn into a human.”
From the moment of conception, a child’s DNA — uniquely human, and yet unique from all other humans — is established. And for Harris-Perry edification, that’s established science. “Everything a human being is can be found in the union of sperm and egg,” Political Outcast’s Gary DeMar said.
If Harris-Perry requires further proof of human fetal “personhood,” I suggest she watch the following video, titled, “Life Before Birth.”
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