Brit Hume Drops the Hammer on Pro-Choicers

'If science is able to determine that a fetus at a certain age, a certain stage feels pain or feels pain from nearly the beginning, that would change everything'

Brit Hume Drops the Hammer on Pro-Choicers (Free Beacon)

Fox News political analyst Brit Hume delivered an impassioned speech in favor of the pro-life movement Wednesday on Special Report, castigating the Left for its “absurd euphemisms” favoring abortion and praising “March for Life” protestors for their commitment.

“This is the 41st anniversary of the day the Supreme Court found that a generalized right to privacy it had basically invented meant that a woman has a constitutional right to snuff out an unborn life, a human being with a beating heart,” Hume said. “That’s what a fetus as young as six weeks is. Small wonder these protesters still come every year to register their continuing objections.”

Hume also slammed Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers for disguising their views with rhetoric.

“Its advocates resort to evermore absurd euphemisms to describe what they support,” Hume said. “They’re not really pro-abortion, they’ve long said, they’re ‘pro-choice.’ This isn’t about killing unborn babies, it’s about reproductive health. And the biggest chain of abortion clinics in the country refers to itself as Planned Parenthood. In 2012, this organization says it carried out ‘abortion procedures’ 329,445 times. Whatever that number represents, it’s not parenthood. These protestors here today understand that there’s something deeply false and wrong about all of this.”

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