In the wake of the school shooting on Wednesday, Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) made some comments about gun violence that were unintentionally ironic.
What did she say?
“When you see the effect of this extreme violence on a human body and especially the body of a child, maybe it will shock some people into understanding,” Harris told MSNBC while calling for gun control. “We cannot tolerate a society and live in a country with any level of pride when our babies are being slaughtered (emphasis added).”
Can you really say you care about “babies being slaughtered” when you have a 100 percent positive rating from pro-abortion group NARAL? In the 45 years since Roe v. Wade, there have been around 60 million abortions in the U.S.
“There is no bigger slaughter [in the U.S.] than the slaughter of American babies in the last 45 years,” Pat said on today’s show. “Biggest slaughter in American history.”
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This is a rush transcript and may contain errors.
PAT: It’s Pat and Stu for Glenn on the Glenn Beck Program. 888-727-BECK.
I don’t know that I’ve ever heard a less self-aware, more outrageous, or hippally ironic statement than the one that came from senator Kamal aHarris. (?) it is just absolutely astounding, what she said about this shooting. And you might think when you hear what she said, she was actually speaking about something else, but, no, she’s talking about — she’s talking about gun control, of course, in the wake of this shooting. Here’s what she had to say.
VOICE: As a prosecutor for years, in appreciating homicide —
PAT: Kind of a strange statement. She appreciates homicide. Wait. Who appreciates homicide? Very strange statement. Vise.
VOICE: I took autopsy photographs. (?) when you see the effect of this extreme violence on a human body — and especially the body of a child, maybe it will shock some people into understanding, this cannot be a political issue. We have to be practical. I support the Second Amendment.
PAT: Oh, sure, sure. Sure.
VOICE: But we have to have smart safety gun laws. And we cannot tolerate a society and live in a country with any level of pride, when our babies are being slaughtered.
PAT: We — wow.
We can’t support a society or live in a civilization with any level of pride, when our babies are being slaughtered. Hmm.
They don’t seem to have any problem with 60 million babies having been slaughtered in the last (?)
STU: You can’t use the word babies, when you’re pandering (?) it’s not a good word for you.
PAT: Right. Right. And when you have a 100 percent rating from in aral, you shouldn’t be talking about babies and the slaughter thereof. There is no bigger slaughter than the slaughter of American babies in the last 45 years.
Literally, 58,000,050E phi 500 (?) 56 abortions since 1963. Nothing on earth has killed more people, other than communism.
STU: Communism. And infectious disease.
PAT: Maybe infectious disease.
STU: Yeah, that’s about it.
PAT: This is — and nothing in the United States of America, nothing has killed more people than 58 million.
STU: And I will say too.
PAT: It’s the biggest slaughter in American history. There’s no question about that.
STU: And as you point out, (?) if you put a global number, it does he can seed. (?)
PAT: I’ll bet it does.
STU: And it exceeds.
PAT: Infectious disease. Maybe in the last century for sure.
STU: For sure. For sure.
PAT: I mean, you wouldn’t include the middle-ages with that. (?) nothing. Nothing has slaughtered more babies, to use their term. I mean, that is phenomenal. That she chose those words, when she has no problem with the slaughter of babies.
STU: Because she’s all about looking at autopsy photos. Which you look at the fetus truck photos.
STU: The truck that drives around at the Super Bowl, that has the big picture of a fetus, that had been dismembered on the side of it, to try to impact people on abortion. Does she look on those?
PAT: That’s really fascinating. Because she says a bunch of things here, that we should adopt and use in this discussion. Let’s listen one more time and really kind of dissect what she’s trying to say.
VOICE: This might sound harsh?
PAT: No, this doesn’t sound harsh. (?)
VOICE: As a prosecutor for years, in appreciating homicide and being able to talk with the judge about it and a jury about it, I had to look at autopsy photographs. When you see the effect of this extreme violence on a human body —
PAT: Uh-huh. Yeah. Right.
VOICE: And especially the body of a child.
PAT: Or a baby. An infant. A fetus.
VOICE: Maybe it will shock people into understanding.
PAT: Maybe it will shock people into understanding. This is exactly why (?) this is exactly why they do it. To shock people into understanding. And yet, they’re treated like freaks. Is Kamal aHarris going to be treed (?)
VOICE: This cannot be a political issue?
PAT: Oh, and I love that. This can’t be a political issue. Abortion can’t be a political issue.
VOICE: We have to be practical.
PAT: We have to be practical about this. We’ve slaughtered 58 million babies in 45 years. We’ve got to stop the slaughter of babies. It’s not a political issue. This is not about left or right. This is about right and wrong. This is about the slaughter of our children. This is about the slaughter of minorities, in a place like New York City, where more black babies are aborted than born.
PAT: We’ve got to stop that slaughter. We’ve got to stop it.
STU: It’s true. It’s funny because they — there’s that constant call from the left to call Republicans racists, right? People who are on the right, racist. Let’s implement all of our policies. The craziest fringe stuff from all of our policies. There is no race-based preference at all. They talk about that with affirmative action, or preference in schools. You know, getting admission into colleges. What if we repealed all of that. What if all of that went away? The other part of that is that you have (?) so millions and millions of black people who are currently dead —
PAT: Would be alive.
STU: Would instead be alive. So your policies are ones that result in black people being dead. Our policies result in them being alive. Who is racist here? It’s such a ridiculous argument from the left.
VOICE: I support the Second Amendment.
STU: No, you don’t.
VOICE: But we have to (?) I support choice.
PAT: I support the choice of a woman. But we have to understand that there’s another life at stake here. There’s a whole separate DNA strand inside your body, which is a separate body from yours. We have to understand that. Never now, I support your choice. But you made that choice when you got pregnant.
You know, in most — in most cases.
PAT: If you didn’t make that choice, then, you know, we’ve got a different issue. But I support your right to choose, at a certain step. But we got to have some common sense about this too. Because we can’t consider the slaughter of 58 million babies.
VOICE: And we cannot tolerate a society and live in a country with any level of pride when our babies are being slaughtered.
PAT: Wow. She’s just giving us all kinds of ammunition there. All kinds. 888-727-BECK.
Can’t support the slaughter and we can’t be proud in a nation that allows the slaughter of babies. Fascinating. Just fascinating. But we’re the bad people. We’re trying to take away people’s right to choose.