Governor Ralph Northam says he doesn’t have any regrets about the horrid statements that he made about abortion this week.
Virginia’s Democrat Governor Ralph Northam stands by his comments about the state’s new abortion bill that allows mothers to kill their babies even as they are being born healthy at full term.
VA gov on abortion this morning:
“If a mother is in labor…the infant would be delivered. The infant would be kept comfortable. The infant would be resuscitated if that’s what the mother and the family desired, and then a discussion would ensue between the physicians & mother” pic.twitter.com/cc15pVLjIQ
— Caleb Hull (@CalebJHull) January 30, 2019
Governor Ralph Northam says he doesn’t have any regrets about the controversial statements he made on abortion Wednesday.
“Do you regret what you said yesterday or the way you said it?” a reporter asked Northam in regards to comments he previously made on a radio station.
“No I don’t,” Northam replied at a press conference Thursday. “I appreciate the question. I’m a physician. I’m also the governor. But when I’m asked questions a lot of times it is put in the context of a being a physician, again realizing you know, how we approach, how we manage patients, how we offer advice and counsel. So no, I don’t have any regrets.”
Earlier in the conference, Northam positioned the topic as one of “reproductive health.”
“Virginia Democrats are on the side of ensuring women have access to the healthcare they need. There is a fundamental difference between us and the Republicans, in what we believe on a woman’s right to choose. We believe legislators, most of whom are men, should not be making decisions about women’s choices for their reproductive health.” More
Governor Ralph Northam can support infanticide and all the democrats are all for it, but let a photo from many years ago emerge and they all wet their pants… Hypocrites!
I find it so difficult to wrap my head around anyone wanting to kill a newborn baby, much less someone whose livelihood is centered around doing no harm. I realize that evil exists, but it is becoming more prevalent, emboldened and to my extreme dismay gaining support.