Mayor Eric Adams attended a pro-abortion rally in New York City on Saturday. While there he was asked if he thinks there should be any limits on abortion. His response was, “I think women should have the right to choose their bodies. Men should not have that right to choose how a woman should treat their body.”
When specifically asked if there should be any limits on abortion, Eric Adams said, “No I do not.” Great, abortion up the the end of the ninth month of pregnancy then, at least in Eric Adams’ world.
To further demonstrate his support for abortion on demand, Adams Tweeted this:
We will not allow the nation to move backwards. We are the majority: The majority of this city, this state, and this country that supports reproductive rights, and we will fight like hell for those rights. #BansOffOurBodies
One person responded this: WTF? Bans off our bodies but fire everyone who banned the forced injections into our bodies . Makes a lot of sense. Worst then big bird if that’s even possible
Ironman99 makes an excellent point. This is just another example of how politicians pander to their financial supporters in order to fundraise. Otherwise, the two opposing positions make zero sense. On the one hand, the government should be allowed to force vaccinations on men, women AND children, but on the other hand, the government should keeps its #bansoffourbodies.
Another person told Eric Adams who the real radical is: To me that does not make sense. Example, you want to look better but you are born with a big nose. Is Getting plastic surgery Healthcare? My point is, we have birth control and other means. The radical part is you want it to go up to time of birth, I don’t
Exactly. How anyone can support the idea that a baby about to be born isn’t a life is beyond comprehension. Even many pro-choice supporters don’t take it that far. Who do you think the radical is?