It probably doesn’t occur to Whoopi Goldberg that her “coochie” is likely the absolute last place Nikki Haley wants to be.
The former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations spoke Monday night at the Susan B. Anthony List’s Campaign for Life Gala in Washington, D.C., saying that pro-choice liberals are forcing their values on others.
The refusal to conform with those who advocate for the right to kill unborn children made Haley a ready target and Whoopi Goldberg, the moderator on ABC’s “The View,” did her part to take on the pro-life former Republican governor from South Carolina.
“So let me get this straight, so giving a woman a choice about what to do with her body is anti-feminist?” Goldberg said, before repeating what is a common refrain from pro-choice crowd, that “you have the right never to have an abortion.”
“You have that right. And I support that,” she said. “But what about the 9-year-old girl who gets raped by a family member or some thug in the street? Why are you taking her mother’s discussion with her family, with their choices — why are you taking it out of their hands? See to me, you taking choice from people is anti-human.”
See how that works? If you oppose the killing of unborn babies, you are “anti-human.”
The lemmings in the audience cheered Whoopi’s inane argument that a woman has a right NOT to have an abortion, as if some entity is going to force her to do so.
She then falls back on the rare exception to support the right to have an abortion, but was just getting warmed up with her convoluted logic.
“I am pro-life,” she continued. “I want everybody who wants to do this to have life. I want everybody who wants to have life. But you can’t just knock it off here. You have to take that life and watch that life grow and help people do what they need to do.”
Good luck in deciphering that.
Goldberg goes on to give a spirited defense of Planned Parenthood, which she said was “much more than an abortion clinic,” before saying women are going to have abortions one way or another.
“I don’t say that everybody has to believe, but I say you want to have choice, I don’t want you in my coochie!” she declared, “You don’t want me in yours either.”
The left is intent on making the discussion about anything and everything other than the taking of life, in this case, an unborn baby.
Co-host Sunny Hostin rolled out the tired refrain that Republicans are supposed to be about limited government.
“Republicans are supposed to be limited government people, small government people, they don’t want the government deciding about their guns, but they want the government to decide about women’s bodies,” Hostin said.
“It just seems very hypocritical to me,” she added, before referencing Haley. “So you have a former politician speaking about abortion and encouraging the government to regulate women’s bodies. That is the antithesis of what the party is supposed to be about.”
What is apparent is that Haley has touched a nerve in explaining why women should not be expected to fall in line with pro-choice forces.
“Women are expected to support choice, simply because we are women. That’s just wrong,” Haley said Monday night. “Unfortunately, many on the left use the abortion debate to divide women and demand conformity. They do this in the name of feminism. But that is not real feminism.”
“The idea that women must adhere to a particular set of values is one of the most anti-women ideas in today’s culture, she posited. “The women’s movement is supposed to be about equality and tolerance, but leftist abortion advocates reject that in demanding all women support abortion rights.”
Haley’s Campaign for Life Gala speech can be seen below:
Former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley delivers remarks at the Campaign for Life Gala hosted by Susan B Anthony List.
Posted by Fox Business on Monday, June 3, 2019
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