Another video of Steven Crowder debating libtards and his position: “I’m pro-life, change my mind.”
He debates the argument that life begins at conception and when it is acceptable to murder a baby.
I saw a tweet recently from a womyn (I’m assuming this is a womyn, my bad if she/he is not) who goes by the name “kayl.”
“kayl” Twitter profile
Here’s the tweet:
“I love when the pro-choice argument gets construed as “killing babies” as if we’re actively murdering already born children and not fetuses that couldn’t exist on its own outside of a womb lol.”
That abbreviation is a great way to argue against the life of “fetuses.”
Guess “kayl” missed that we have/are killing already born children. The Kermit Gosnell incident ring a bell? You know, the one where THIS occurred: “Infant beheadings. Severed baby feet in jars. A child screaming after it was delivered alive during an abortion procedure.”
Hey she/he “kayl,” here’s your PROOF that an abortionist – Kermit Gosnell – was actually MURDERING ALREAY BORN CHILDREN.
From the “COURT OF COMMON PLEAS FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA CRIMINAL TRIAL DIVISION.” Report of the Grand Jury.
“We were able to document seven specific incidents in which Gosnell or one of his employees severed the spine of a viable baby born alive.”
Evidence introduced in Gosnell’s trial
P.S. I know a “fetus” who was born prematurely, not able to exist on its own outside of a womb (without parental/medical intervention) yet SURVIVED.
Many, many “fetuses” survive outside of a womb with parental and medical care.
Should we say “lol” to the fetuses who come out of a womb prematurely? Maybe they should be left to scrap for some existence on their own. Maybe they should get a job…
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On October 2 Steven Crowder posted the above video. Crowder went to Texas Christian University (TCU) and set up his “Change My Mind” table. The goal was to have students discuss the myth of rape culture with him and convince him that “rape culture” does exist in this country.
The video is long yet offers a glimpse into the mindset of college students today. Some of my favorite statements from these young skulls of mush:
“I’m honestly not talking about empirical data at all, and I don’t think we should look at it. Empirical data is bullsh*t.”
“I usually believe the woman until proven otherwise.” (Said by a male student who doesn’t believe that’s how our laws should work but we should believe her for the “most part.”)
Crowder later accuses said male student of an act and the male student says, “Where’s your evidence? Crowder: “Why does that matter?” Male student: “You have to have evidence.”
Later in this exchange Crowder tells male student:“You did say believe the women until otherwise.” The male student says you need to “disprove” the accusation.
Crowder explains due process. The male student then says, “I think I might have misspoken.”
Crowder has another discussion with a different male student who really doesn’t want to discuss rape culture. He would rather discuss the method of dialogue that Crowder chose.
This male student has a hard time “articulating” rape culture because it’s very complicated.
Crowder tries to get him to explain the nuances of rape culture and this male student eventually says,“I’m not going to be able to articulate it, I don’t have any facts, I don’t have figures, I don’t have anything.”
The male student later says, “My point was, I really didn’t want to talk about rape culture, because I’m not prepared, I don’t know what to say about it. I don’t know how to articulate that I think it’s an issue.I don’t even know how to tell you I came to think it’s an issue.It’s just something I learned along the way.”
Keep in mind that these students voluntarily sat down with Crowder for a conversation. They made that choice.
Yet because of Crowder’s mere presence, the kids now might require counseling. TCU tweeted the following:
“Today, Steven Crowder chose to challenge our students on a public sidewalk in front of the university. While the Constitution gives him the right to express his views, the sentiments he expressed do not align with TCU’s values.”