Pelosi Says MS-13 Has “Spark Of Divinity.” Babies In The Womb? Nope.

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Where MS-13 goes, bloodshed follows. The transnational gang is notorious for  disemboweling, decapitating, raping and bludgeoning its victims–both rival gangsters and innocent civilians. Murders are sometimes recorded, with the video sent to a victim’s family.

During a White House meeting in 2018, one California sheriff expressed frustration at the way her state’s sanctuary policies make it hard to combat MS-13. In response, President Trump noted that his administration was suing the state, and emphasized how seriously he took the problem:

Given their record, most people would see Trump’s characterization as reasonable. To left? It’s racist.

Sen. Chuck Schumer complained that, “When all of our great-great-grandparents came to America they weren’t ‘animals,’ and these people aren’t either.” Schumer didn’t elaborate on whether his great-great grandparents had tortured a pregnant woman. But while other Democrats also alleged racism and compared Trump to a Nazi, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi offered a theological critique:

When the President of the United States says about undocumented immigrants, “These aren’t people; these are animals,” you have to wonder: does he not believe in the spark of divinity?  The dignity and worth of every person?

As you can see, she’s clearly passionate about the right to life and human dignity…of gang members. Children in the womb? Not so much.

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Pelosi is a long-time abortion advocate, calling it “sacred ground.” That includes late-term abortion: she refused to applaud when President Trump condemned it during his State of the Union address.

And two years ago, she voted against legislation that would have banned most abortions after twenty weeks--the point when research suggests that a fetus can feel pain. Dr. Anthony Levatino has performed over 1300 abortions, and in this video, he describes what a twenty week abortion involves:

After the amniotic fluid is removed, the abortionist uses a sopher clamp — a grasping instrument with rows of sharp “teeth” — to grasp and pull the baby’s arms and legs, tearing the limbs from the child’s body. The abortionist continues to grasp intestines, spine, heart, lungs, and any other limbs or body parts. The most difficult part of the procedure is usually finding, grasping and crushing the baby’s head. After removing pieces of the child’s skull, the abortionist uses a curette to scrape the uterus and remove the placenta and any remaining parts of the baby.

Many assume such abortions are only done when “medically necessary,” but that isn’t correct. What’s more, women who abort often report feeling pressured to do. Further, some states don’t place gestational limits on when those abortions can take place. In New Mexico, Southwestern Women’s Option advertises abortions through 32 weeks

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In 2014, a little guy named was Trevor Froleck was delivered at 23 weeks. When Trevor was born, he had “worth,” “dignity,” and “the spark of divinity.” He would have that spark even if he had been aborted instead. Nancy Pelosi can see it in men who rape, stab, and shoot innocent victims; why not a child?

This article was originally published at Western Free Press.

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