[Video] Man With Down Syndrome Makes Powerful Case Against Abortion
Progressives tout the idea of equality for everyone. Just not if you're an unwanted child. Doubly so if you happen to have Down syndrome. The left has been committing genocide against those with special needs as if they're a plague upon the earth (see Iceland Has Nearly 'Eliminated' Down Syndrome Through Abortion. And Satan Rejoiced...). This man with Down syndrome has an argument against such evil. Check out his statement below:
On Wednesday, Frank Stephens, a man with Down Syndrome, gave a speech about the worth of his life and inherent value the Down Syndrome community adds to society.
Stephens made his emotionally stirring speech before the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, Education and Related Agencies which held a hearing to discuss medical research in regards to Down Syndrome.
"Whatever you learn today, please remember this: I am a man with Down Syndrome and my life is worth living," Stephens said. He went on to add, "Seriously, I don't feel I should have to justify my existence," he added. "Is there really no place for us in the world?"
The answer to this is should be that nobody has to justify their existence. Especially not to people who believe they can swap genders at a moment's notice with zero justification.
It's 2017 and this man has to make a case for his own life. Doctors are exterminating human beings simply for having the wrong genetic makeup. Meanwhile, the left's caring and tolerance extends to pedophiles but not babies who are "inconvenient." Their reasoning? Something something something women's rights.
"Women's rights" isn't a placeholder for stomping out life as the left sees fit. Kudos to this man for articulating it in a way that even progressives can understand. If they listened, maybe they'd learn a thing or two.