Since Glenn was out of the country in Europe at the end of last week he missed the unbelievable audio from Joy Behar commenting on the pre-abortion ultrasound legislation in Virginia, which would require doctors give mandatory ultrasounds before giving abortions.
Here’s what Joy had to say last week on The View:
Joy Behar: "There are a couple of bills in Virginia. One of them is that women will be required to undergo sonograms, ultrasounds when they are about to have an abortion, and the other one is that if a heat beat isn't detected then they will get a trans-vaginal ultrasound which is basically going into the vagina, and very intrusive. There's no other procedure, including MRIs or cat scans that are mandated. This would be a mandated treatment for girls, who are pregnant, to see the child… the infant… the fetus… the whatever it at that point is, before they get the abortion, and if they can't hear a heartbeat then they'll have to undergo a vaginal ultrasound. I had one of those. I had one of those a few years ago, and it is extremely intrusive and invasive. It is uncomfortable. What is this, the Taliban? Where are we, in Afghanistan?"
Yeah… we’re members of the Taliban …in Afghanistan …where they value human life enough to make sure the “child …infant …uh fetus …whatever it is” has a heartbeat. Like Glenn put it, “All we're trying to do to make a child is alive. That's all we're trying to do. I'm sorry."
What was Joy’s go to word, while trying to act like an ultrasound is too invasive for someone who is about to get an abortion? Child. So, Joy Behar thinks showing a woman the “child” that is about to be aborted is the equivalent of terrorism …that’s interesting.
Behar doesn’t use the argument of some, who don’t believe a fetus is a child. “She knows it’s a child. That’s her first go to word, it’s a child. An infant,” Glenn says.
Is this the direction our culture is taking? The left now admits that we are talking about the killing of a child, yet still defends abortion procedures, and condemns the procedures that try to reduce them?
As Glenn put it, “It is the culture of death.”