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Hillary Clinton Loves Babies...After They're Born

Politicians love to be seen hugging babies -- especially pro-abortion politicians. There is something warm about a visual of a potential leader reaching out to a child. Hillary Clinton was seen doing this recently in New Hampshire, and her Twitter page made a point of advertising it:

But, under the facade, the truth is that Hillary has advocated for the open slaughter of these same babies in the womb through abortion. Hillary Clinton receives huge support from all the radically pro-abortion lobby groups including NARAL and EMILY's List. She is an avid supporter of Planned Parenthood, which is the largest chain of abortion clinics in the nation, and once said she "admired" their racist founder, Margaret Sanger. (Read here.) Her husband and "first man" wanna-be, Bill Clinton, was the most radically pro-abortion president of his time only to be outdone by the current occupant of the White House, Barack Obama. Bill Clinton's radical position was supported and urged by his wife, Hillary. So, I hope my readers will understand why I am not moved by Hillary's faux love for babies. After all, that same child Hillary reached for so tenderly could have been dismembered just months earlier in the womb -- and it would have been just fine with the 2016 presidential candidate. Reprinted with permission from Saynsumthn blog.

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