Louder with Crowder exposes Late Term Abortion

Steven Crowder’s show went to a clinic in Denver, Colorado. To expose how easy it is to obtain a late term abortion and the lie that only women in “duress” get late term abortions. Such as, risk to the mother’s life or fetal abnormalities are usually incidents that are put out there as reasons that late term abortions are a necessity. Well, we all know that is a lie, and this video exposes that.

It’s not a graphic video, but I will pray that Patient X changed her mind and decided not to get the abortion. I will ask that you do the same.

 

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15 thoughts on “Louder with Crowder exposes Late Term Abortion”

  1. I have two questions:

    1. If a woman chooses to have an abortion why on Earth would she wait until 28-32 weeks? Even 66% of all pro-choicers believe this is wrong. One woman on the video said she attempted to have one at 10 weeks but couldn’t fit it in to her schedule!  Again, many pro-choicers consider 10 weeks to be an irresponsible time to wait as well.

    2. What kind of doctor/human being could stand to perform late term abortions every day? I once asked my ob/gyn this question and he believed it was strictly for the exorbitant rates they charge. (He won’t perform them at all as he firmly believes in the Hippocratic Oath.) He’s one of the few; once or twice a year when I see him, there are a lot of young full-term girls in his waiting room.

    This video was watched by a pro-choicer (admittedly me) but we are in the majority in believing that abortion needs to be regulated far more than it is to the zygote and early embryonic stage (5-6 weeks maximum). If a woman can’t take personal responsibility for this, she better invest in reliable birth control.

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  2. Liz, that is the point of the video. The narrative is that women need abortion because, of health reasons or whatever. But I think the picture is some poor abused woman who finds herself pregnant and desperate and has no other choice but to get abortion, and if it isn’t legal she’s going to end up in some back alley with a disgraced doctor using a wire hanger.

    Well that isn’t the reality. Women get abortions for all kind of callus reasons. Maybe she has a vacation planned and the baby isn’t cooperating with her plans, maybe she got pregnant to keep her boyfriend and he broke up with her anyway so bye bye baby.

    I met a women who had 7 abortions…… seven. She was using abortion as her birth control.

    Also the abortion industry is not regulated at all. The sanitation standards for these clinics are usually pretty low. Nail salons are better regulated. This is all about money. Planned parenthood is a business. They make money from abortion and late term abortions are rare but can bring it big money. I’ve heard it could be in the $4000 range. Which is why they need abortion to be legal and if possible subsidized.

    Check out Abby Johnson she worked at planned parenthood before becoming pro life she knows the whole story.

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  3. Mate De:
    I met a women who had 7 abortions…… seven. She was using abortion as her birth control.

    I couldn’t figure out why the abortion rate and the illegitimacy rate is so high amidst one or two specific demographics. It didn’t make sense to me until I figured out that one or two babies allows you to “go on the check” and the grandmothers will help you out. Once you get pregnant a third, fourth, fifth time, it becomes economically and socially “inconvenient” for all. Thus the abortions.

    This whole topic truly disgusts me because nothing more blatantly represents the lack of personal responsibility. And the worst part of all is that this has become a third and fourth generation cycle.

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  4. “Black fetuses lives matter.”

    I am not agreeing with this position but it makes rational sense. If you cross the bridge that you have a right to end a life because it is inconvenient and of little value does the time of the ending matter all that much. People know instinctively that ending another life is bad so they have to work hard to say it is not another being but just property of the non-mother (They don’t get that title.) to do with as they please. If it is a “wart” then they have a right to take it away.

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  5. EThompson:

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    “Black fetuses lives matter.”

    Who argued with that?

    I doubt there is an argument, Liz. It is a given for many that aborting is a help to the black community. (I don’t think this.) It was meant to show that people who would be for black lives are against black fetuses.

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  6. 10 Cents:

    EThompson:

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    “Black fetuses lives matter.”

    Who argued with that?

    I doubt there is an argument, Liz. It is a given for many that aborting is a help to the black community. (I don’t think this.) It was meant to show that people who would be for black lives are against black fetuses.

    It is a fact that illegitimate black births with absentee fathers create neighborhoods like Riverdale in the south side of Chicago with murder and shooting rates far above the national average. In 2018, there were 2,729 people shot and nearly 600 homicides within a 10 block radius.

    I’m not so sure which is worse: abortion or the gang violence created by illegitimacy. Innocents are killed in both instances.

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  7. 10 Cents:
    If you cross the bridge that you have a right to end a life because it is inconvenient and of little value does the time of the ending matter all that much.

    Every woman I know personally (including family) is pro-choice but not a single one of us has an argument with your point here. We’re just advocating a more humane approach to a very repugnant situation and it revolves primarily around the pain threshold of the victim.

    Oddly enough pro-lifers and pro-choicers share similar false imaging. You are presented as crazed Evangelicals who think women should remain barefoot and pregnant and we are presented as ruthless monsters who celebrate the legal rights to kill a baby. (I’ll never forget the woman who said she’d happily give Bill Clinton a b*** j** if he protected “female reproductive rights.”)

    These stereotypes aren’t true of the majority on either side of this issue. We have more in common than not.

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  8. EThompson:

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    If you cross the bridge that you have a right to end a life because it is inconvenient and of little value does the time of the ending matter all that much.

    Every woman I know personally (including family) is pro-choice but not a single one of us has an argument with your point here. We’re just advocating a more humane approach to a very repugnant situation and it revolves primarily around the pain threshold of the victim.

    Oddly enough pro-lifers and pro-choicers share similar false imaging. You are presented as crazed Evangelicals who think women should remain barefoot and pregnant and we are presented as ruthless monsters who celebrate the legal rights to kill a baby. (I’ll never forget the woman who said she’d happily give Bill Clinton a b*** j** if he protected “female reproductive rights.”)

    These stereotypes aren’t true of the majority on either side of this issue. We have more in common than not.

    However, I think what was presented in this video and the new law passed in NY, staunch Pro-lifers (like me) and lukewarm Pro-choicers like you and your family/ friends, can find common ground.

    This is evil and needs to be stopped.

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  9. Mate De:
    However, I think what was presented in this video and the new law passed in NY, staunch Pro-lifers (like me) and lukewarm Pro-choicers like you and your family/ friends, can find common ground.

    We have already and I wish there was a way to get the two groups together to improve the situation.

    I doubt abortion will ever be outlawed because it was a decision made by an intractable branch of the government, but it can be made more humane.

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  10. EThompson:

    Mate De:
    However, I think what was presented in this video and the new law passed in NY, staunch Pro-lifers (like me) and lukewarm Pro-choicers like you and your family/ friends, can find common ground.

    We have already and I wish there was a way to get the two groups together to improve the situation.

    I doubt abortion will ever be outlawed because it was a decision made by an intractable branch of the government, but it can be made more humane.

    I hold out hope that one day abortion would be outlawed. Slavery was ended in this country and there were probably many people who thought that institution was so embedded that it would go on forever.

    I was Pro-choice at one point, mainly because it was the go-to position. Pro-lifers are so LAME!!!!

    Then I had a baby, and my mind changed. I thought about it and researched a lot about the abortion industry and fetal development, to the point that now my position on abortion is that it needs to be completely illegal. If there is a risk to the mother’s life, the baby is delivered. If it is too early that the baby can’t survive outside the womb then, the baby dies with dignity with every effort to keep the baby alive.

    There is no good reason for a baby to be ripped apart in the womb.

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  11. Mate De:
    I hold out hope that one day abortion would be outlawed. Slavery was ended in this country and there were probably many people who thought that institution was so embedded that it would go on forever.

    Point taken, but at least the Founders knew it was wrong but had to prioritize the union of the states. They did refuse to allow it to be established in the new territories which ultimately led to the secession of the southern states and the Civil War.

    Chief Justice Roberts cares far more about the image of the Supreme Court to ever allow the overturning of Roe. I would imagine that Thomas and Alito would be willing to overturn it, but don’t know enough about the two new justices to speculate.

    I just don’t see a 5-4 victory here.

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  12. P.S. May I just say that I have thoroughly enjoyed our conversation. Abortion has been such a contentious issue on Ricochet and even at times over here. I’ve been interested in deliberating the issue and the viewpoint of most pro-choicers and you have allowed that discussion to happen. 🙂

    I get tired of the stock market sometimes!

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  13. EThompson:
    P.S. May I just say that I have thoroughly enjoyed our conversation. Abortion has been such a contentious issue on Ricochet and even at times over here. I’ve been interested in deliberating the issue and the viewpoint of most pro-choicers and you have allowed that discussion to happen. 🙂

    I get tired of the stock market sometimes!

    Most of my family and friends are lukewarm pro choicest. They dislike the idea of abortion but think it is a sociatal necessity. I think most people are like that. I disagree with that position but I understand why people hold it and it takes a while to think about it in a different way.

    I see changing peoples minds on abortion to turning a very large ship. It’s a concept that is so ingrained in the culture that it seems almost radical to rid the culture of it, so it will take a while to turn the cultural ship around. But I don’t think it is impossible.

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  14. Mate De:
    Most of my family and friends are lukewarm pro choicest. They dislike the idea of abortion but think it is a sociatal necessity. I think most people are like that.

    You’re quite right but they want rules and regulations. I know that is not your ultimate goal but I can appreciate that because consent is often abused and in the case of abortion- to your point- used as a form of birth control.

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