Student: ‘Botched Abortion Survivors Should be Left to Die’

Where is the humanity? Have people honestly become so desensitized to believe that a breathing human being with a beating heart is not actually alive? Not actually a person?

According to Life News, Boston College’s Pro-Life Club recently hosted an event to promote the pro-life message. However, things turned somewhat dumbfounding when a student from the school got up and actually stated that babies who survive a botched abortion should not receive medical care, because they are not actually a human being.

Students for Life of America President Kristan Hawkins asked the student in return if she thinks babies detained in immigration centers should receive medical attention if they need it.

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The student responded, “Yes.”

Hmmm…

“Do you believe that a baby who’s born alive during an abortion at Planned Parenthood should get care?” Hawkins inquired a second time.

“No,” the female student answered.

When Hawkins then asked why the student believed that one baby should receive help but not the other, she said: “Because they’re performing an abortion. So … they’ve already determined that it’s not a baby.”

Wow. So bottom line, liberal logic is that if the baby is wanted by the mother then it is, in fact, a baby. However, if the baby is unwanted then it is suddenly determined to not actually be alive.

Here is the exchange:

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