WATCH: Pro-Choice College Student Says Children Born Alive After Botched Abortions Aren’t Babies

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If you still think the abortion lobby is on the side of “science,” think again – because apparently, they still struggle with basic rock-bottom basic biology.

Speaking at a recent Q&A on abortion organized by Boston College’s Pro-Life Club, Students for Life of America President Kristan Hawkins point-blank asked a pro-abortion student whether she believed a baby born alive following a botched abortion should be given medical care.

And the student’s response will absolutely floor you.

Hawkins started by asking the young woman whether she believes immigrant babies being housed in immigration centers at the border deserve to be given medical care.

“Do you think that children that are apprehended at the border that are in U.S. government care… do you think babies who are going to die should be resuscitated and given care?” Hawkins asked.

“Yes,” the woman answered.

“Okay. Do you believe that a baby who is born alive during an abortion at Planned Parenthood should get care?” Hawkins followed up.

The student replied, “No.”

If that weren’t enough, the young woman’s answer to Hawkins’ next question left even the experienced pro-life advocate at a total loss for words.


“So, do you think it’s a baby?” Hawkins asked, referencing a viable child born alive and breathing following a botched abortion attempt.

“No,” the student answered.

Check out the rest of the jaw-dropping exchange here:

LifeNews Note: Brittany Hughes writes for MRCTV, where this originally appeared.

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Patricia is the founder and editor of Little Bytes News, a former elementary teacher, radio talk show host, political activist and political blogger. In 2012, Patricia was nominated one of “Circle of Moms” top 25 political bloggers.

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