Former NFL Player Criticizes Pro-Abortion Alabama Democrat

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Former New England Patriot and New Orleans Saint, Benjamin Watson, exploded on social media criticizing Alabama Rep. John Rodgers for his vile speech about being pro-abortion. The congressman spoke about his abortion approval, specifically saying we need to “kill them now” so we don’t have to “kill them later.” Via Breitbart News.

After Super Bowl champion Ben Watson was informed about Rodgers speech, he took to twitter to air his frustrations. Outraged and obviously upset by the disgusting rhetoric, Watson suggested instead of murdering children inside the womb, perhaps we should love them. Via Breitbart News.
“The solution for unwanted children is to WANT them.

The solution for unloved children is to LOVE them.

The solution for a future of poor education, poverty and incarceration is EDUCATIONAL INVESTMENT, JOBS, and DECARCERATION.

Killing innocent life will NEVER be the solution.” Said Watson via Twitter.

American citizens everywhere remain in shock after hearing such hate and evil come from United Staes Representative John Rodgers. During his time on the floor of the Alabama Senate House, Rodgers argued in favor of abortion by calling for the slaughter of “unwanted” and “unloved” children. He went on to refer to the abortions as sending them to “the electric chair.” Via Breitbart News.
“Some kids are unwanted, so you kill them now, or you kill them later. 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,” Said Rep. Rodgers.
The congressman then added that some children who are scheduled for abortion could possibly be “retarded” or “half deformed.”

Rep. John Rogers has continued to defend his absolutely evil comments regarding abortion in America…
According to, Rodgers defended his abortion statements by arguing the state of Alabama does not value human life, despite passing one of the toughest pro-life abortion laws to date...

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