The controversial Democratic Senator from Hawaii, Mazie Hirono, gathered a crowd in Washington D.C. on Tuesday, shocking listeners with a story about some of her previous actions providing abortion education. Hirono let the world know she proudly lectured a group of eighth grade students about their “abortion rights” in America…
The Democratic Senator said she asked both male, and female 8th grade students, if the government should have the power to decide “when and if we want to have babies.” Hirono proudly made the announcement from a podium, letting the public know she “just met with 70 eighth-graders from a public school in Hawaii” to talk about the right to abortion. Via mediaite.com.
“I told them I was coming to a rally in front of the Supreme Court, and they said ‘why,’ and I said it is because … we have to fight for our abortion rights and they knew all about it,” Hirono said.
The democratic senator continued, claiming she conducted a small quiz with all the 8th grade female students at the school…
“I asked the girls among the eighth-graders, ‘How many of you think that the government should be telling us women when and if we want to have babies?’ And not a single one of them raised their hands.”
Senator Hirono said she then proceeded to inform all the 8th grade male students that they are part of the process because “it’s kind of hard to get pregnant without you guys.” Via the Daily Caller.
“How many of you boys think the government should be telling girls and women when and if we’re going to have babies?'” Hirono said she asked the students. “And not a single one of them raised their hands.”
Abortion remains one of the most controversial and sensitive topic in America, Mazie Hirono and other liberal Democrats, continue to push for no restrictions to abortion procedures in the U.S. . Although leftists try to normalize abortion, states like Alabama continue to embrace pro-life policies and Christian values.
New policies have helped Alabama restrict access, or in some cases, completely prohibit abortion procedures to begin with...Alabama’s “Human Life Protection Act,” bans all variations of abortion except when the mothers health becomes in question. The act was signed, and put into place last week by the Governor of Alabama, Kay Ivey. Via the Daily Caller.
Georgia Governor, Brian Kemp, approved a similar bill named the “heartbeat bill,” it was signed on May 7th, and also prohibits abortion outright. The state of Georgia allows abortion exceptions in cases of rape, incest, when the mothers health comes into question, and when fetal heartbeat can be detected (Usually occurs at 6 weeks). Via the Daily Caller.