Dem Senator on Abortion: ‘Some Kids are Unwanted, so Kill Them Now or Kill Them Later’

You know Jesus is coming back soon when we live in a society that literally thinks along the lines of killing living, human babies because they are “unwanted.”

Democratic Alabama Senator John Rogers is under fire, and for good reason, after he stated his views on abortion in opposition to the abortion ban. He said he supports it because “some kids are unwanted, so you kill them now or you kill them later.”

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“Some kids are unwanted, so you kill them now or you kill them later.” Rogers continued, “You bring them in the world unwanted, unloved, you send them to the electric chair. So, you kill them now or you kill them later.”

He added to his ridiculously weak justification that some of the babies aborted would be “retarded” and “half-deformed.” Rogers said, “Some parents can’t handle a child with problems. It could be retarded. It might have no arms and no legs.”

With that logic, Hitler was also justified in killing Jews because he didn’t want them. See how that is completely immoral? You don’t want someone so you murder them? Just because you do not want that child does not mean that child is unwanted by others. That is the most selfish way of thinking I have ever heard in my life.

Fox News reports:

The Republican-controlled House in Alabama overwhelming approved a bill that would make it a felony to perform an abortion at any stage of a pregnancy — with a sole exemption for women whose health is at risk. The measure passed with a 74-3 vote. The bill will now advance to the state Senate.

Supporters of the legislation hope that the fight will carry on to the U.S. Supreme Courtand encourage the justices to revisit the landmark Roe v Wade decision that legalized abortion in 1973.

It sounds almost too horrible to even be true, but it is. Hear for yourself:

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