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President Donald Trump's claim that Virginia Governor Ralph Northam said last year that he would "execute a baby after birth" is a "dangerous lie," according to Mediaite.
President Donald Trump became the first president to appear in person at the anti-abortion rights "March for Life," and proceeded to tell the crowd that Democratic Virginia Governor Ralph Northam "stated that he would execute a baby after birth," a dangerous lie that he has repeated often.Northam said such post-birth executions would be done in cases where there "may be severe deformities" as well as "where there may be a fetus that is non-viable."
The Virginia bill that was under discussion at the time would have legalized abortion up until the moment of birth (multiple similar laws have been passed in Democrat-controlled states throughout the country).
Northam was asked about that bill and deflected by going into a defense of third-trimester abortions and post-birth executions, then he came back to the issue and defended the bill by claiming it "was really blown out of proportion."
It was a classic "deflect -> defend."
Here's the video from last January:
Call it whatever you want -- execution, post-birth abortion, infanticide -- the decision is whether or not to kill a baby.
While it may seem reasonable to some to "abort" a "severely deformed" or "non-viable fetus" the laws which are now on the books in multiple Democrat-controlled states allow abortion of healthy babies up until the moment of birth and more states are pushing forward with similar bills.
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