John Kennedy asked one simple question and got this sick response

John Kennedy’s folksy demeanor hides a mind like a steel trap.

But even Kennedy couldn’t believe what just happened.

And John Kennedy asked one simple question and got this sick response.

Kennedy grills witness who supports abortion on demand 

Democrats think they have a winning issue on abortion after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade.

Establishment Republicans and Washington, D.C., consultants think the best strategy is to stick their heads in the sand on the issue and pretend like it doesn’t exist.

Just because Republicans don’t want to talk about the issue doesn’t mean Democrats will follow suit.

Republicans curling up in a ball allows Democrats to gaslight voters about how Republicans are extremists that want to either kill women by denying them “healthcare” or throw them in prison.

Senator John Kennedy (R-LA) showed that the best strategy for Republicans is to go on offense and highlight the Democrat Party’s extremism in the issue.

In no way, shape, or form do Democrats want the abortion debate framed around the fact that Democrats support taxpayer-funded abortion up until the moment of birth.

At a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, Senator Kennedy focused his questioning around the fringe belief held by Democrats that aborting a baby on the day of its birth is an acceptable outcome.

“Should the mother at that juncture have the right – clearly a viable child – to abort the child?” Kennedy asked one of the witnesses.

The witness responded that the scenario was “unlikely.”

Kennedy then turned to another witness, the president of the National Partnership for Women and Families, Jocelyn Frye.

Kennedy exposes the abortion lobby

“My example’s not unrealistic,” Kennedy stated. 

“I wanna save my time. If your answer’s gonna be, ‘That never happens,’ let me go to Ms Frye. What do you think?” Kennedy asked.

Frye then defended the practice of late-term abortions, claiming only one percent happened after 21 weeks.

“Well, Senator, first of all, if you– don’t ask a question if you don’t want to know the answer. But I’m saying to you, Senator, 1%, 1% of abortions happen at 21 weeks or later,” Frye began.

Frye then claimed that most of those late-term abortions arise because of medical conditions.

“So, I think the premise of your question sets up a conversation about abortion that is unfair. It is rarely, is that ever the instance. Most, the vast majority of pregnancies and abortions that are considered late in a pregnancy have to do with severe, devastating medical circumstances,” Frye added.

“And I understand your point, Senator. I understand your point. But with all due respect, I also think the chances of people sort of getting all the way through a pregnancy and just sort of saying, “I don’t want it,” is disrespectful to women,” Frye concluded.

But that wasn’t Kennedy’s point.

Frye confirmed that abortions happen late in the term and that there are those that occur for elective reasons.

Frye also admitted some babies are aborted late term because they are deemed unworthy of life due to a medical condition that they can potentially live a life with.

Frye’s response was dead wrong.

Kennedy got exactly the answer he wanted.

*Renewed Right Official Polling*

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