SHOCKING VIDEO! University Student Argues in Favor of Killing Babies up to TWO years old

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From the University of Tennessee-Knoxville comes word of a shocking video of a student arguing in favor of infanticide — killing babies up to two-years-old.

 

The video was filmed by Students for Life on America on the campus of Tennessee’s flagship taxpayer-funded university.

 

Talk about a slippery slope. This is where the idea that an unborn child isn’t really a child leads—infanticide. First it is okay to chop them up and suck out their brains INSIDE the mother. Now it is okay to kill them if they are not old enough to ask you not to?? OMG no wonder this nation is in the condition it is in. If I were God I would have been fed up with it a LONG time ago. 

Via Todd Starnes:

 

“The idea that someone could support infanticide is incredibly disturbing. Yet, it reflects the kinds of attitudes our staff members and students can face on a daily basis on high school and college campuses,” Students for Life of America president Kristan Hawkins said.

Brenna Lewis, SLA’s Appalachian regional coordinator, recorded one of the encounters in early December with a young man who said he had no problem with aborting two-year-old babies.

“The fact of the matter is without communication, we have no way of knowing of you are sentient or not,” the unidentified student said. “It’s no different than this tree. It’s alive, but is it sentient? I don’t know. I cannot communicate with it.”

But what if the baby is two-years-old?

“Can the two year old talk to me? In some instances I’m fairly certain that is,” the student said. “But generally speaking the child still has the inability to communicate. And until we determine that as such at what point does sentience become an issue. We can’t really debate whether or not that is the situation or not.”

Hawkins said that kind of thinking on a university campus is “political correctness gone awry.”

“Life is only valuable if I can talk to it?” she asked.

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Photo via Parents Magazine

 

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