A leading woke activist humiliated herself in front of Congress by becoming a broken record

Democrats and their allies in Fake News Media are trying to convince the American public that it’s the Republican Party that has gone to the extreme.

They claim it is the Democrat Party that holds the rational, common-sense views on the issues facing American families.

But this testimony from a woke abortion activist is undermining their claims.

What is more extreme?

Banning abortions after 15-weeks – which is about two months after the detection of a heart beat – except in the case of threatening the life of the mother, like the Florida bill Governor Ron DeSantis recently signed into law?

Or, abortions, on-demand, for any reason, up until the umbilical cord is clipped – and sometimes even after – all at taxpayer expense, like Democrats are proposing.

Perhaps an exchange between a leading abortion-rights activist and a Republican Congressman can shed some light on the question.

Aimee Arrambide has made a career out of advancing the rights to kill babies through various non-profit organizations, including NARAL Pro-Choice Texas, Texas Planned Parenthood, Center for Reproductive Rights, New York Civil Liberties Union, Reproductive Rights Project, Texas Women’s Healthcare Coalition and is currently the Co-President of Fund Texas Choice.

That resume was enough to get her invited by Democrats to testify on behalf of a “birthing person’s” right to kill a baby.

However, Republican Representative Mike Johnson of Louisiana stumped the supposed “abortion-rights” expert.

“You testified that you are unapologetic in seeking unrestricted abortion access,” Rep. Johnson said. “So, I’m wondering, at what point is it not okay to abort a child? What age of gestation?”

After pausing to remove her cloth mask, Arrambide did her best to dodge the specifics of the question.

“I trust all people to determine what they can and can’t do with their bodies, full stop” Arrambide answered. “And I also believe that human rights, including access to the medical care they need within their communities is something that should be afforded everyone.”

Rep. Johnson wanted more details from this abortion expert.

“So, you support late-term abortion,” Rep. Johnson pointedly asked.

And this is where Arrambide turned into a broken record.

“I support all people and trust all people . . .” Arrambide began.

Knowing where this answer was going, and limited in his time for questioning, Rep. Johnson cut her off, acknowledging her answer indicated she does, indeed, support late-term abortions.

He followed up asking if she also support partial-birth abortion.

“In other words, the child is half delivered and then the woman says, ‘my right, I want to take that one out,’” Rep. Johnson said. “Do you support that?”

Arrambide dug deep into her bag of tricks for her response.

“I trust people to make decisions about their body,” Arrambide replied.

Rep. Johnson was shocked by her answer and sought to clarify.

“So, abortion should be allowed then, by your definition, for any reasons, for any purpose, at any stage,” Rep. Johnson asked.

“I trust people to make decisions about their body,” Arrambide repeated. “And then when relevant, they need to consult their medical practitioners and not Congress.”

That’s when Rep. Johnson got to the brass tack and asked the next logical question.

“If it is not lawful and morally acceptable to take the life of a 10-year-old child – I’d assume you’d agree with that, right, that would be wrong? (Arrambide nodded agreement) And a two-year-old child, that would be the same thing, that would be murder, that’s wrong. Then what is the principle distinction between the human being that is two years old, or nine months old, or one week old, or an hour old – than one that is eight inches further up the birth canal,” Rep. Johnson inquired.

After a long pregnant pause – pun definitely intended – you’ll never guess Arrambide’s answer . . .

“I trust people to determine what to do with their own bodies – full stop,” Arrambide said.

That reply drew a simple “wow,” from Rep. Johnson.

After that exchange, who has the more extreme position, Rep. Mike Johnson, or the pro-abortion activist Aimee Arrambide?

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