Pro-Choice Woman Asked Point-Blank 'When Do You Think Life Begins,' and is Forced to Think
The conversation surrounding Roe v. Wade has definitely picked up since the leak of the draft majority opinion in the case of Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health. Heads are exploding all over social media, and the Democrats even tried to federally enshrine the right to murder a baby right up until the moment before the child is born. It failed, thankfully.
Simply put, there are some strong opinions and some terrible positions. And among those opinions, most are more or less completely uninformed as to the real consequences of Roe v. Wade being overturned, and even those who might have an idea, their arguments are still rather awful.
But that doesn’t mean we can’t talk to one another. In fact, there’s value in talking with people whose opinions are different from our own, and that’s exactly what Steven Crowder did.
When Does She Think Life Begins? | Talking With Peopleyoutu.be
Now, these two weren’t completely lost causes. At many points in the discussion, Gordo and his lady friend had some good stuff to say—or at least they didn’t sound like complete idiots. But where the decision to overturn Roe v. Wade was concerned, there was really no finding common ground.
That’s to be expected. And although there was no coming to consensus, knowing where your neighbor stands is still a good thing. We can still talk. Steven even agreed with a number of other points that were made, even if they weren’t directly related to the initial topic of conversation.
This kicks off the newest series brought to you by Louder with Crowder, “Talking with People,” in which Steven will simply seek out ordinary Americans to talk about the topics of interest to people at the time. If you found the conversation with these two interesting or entertaining, I assure you, the other discussions with various people around Dallas-Fort Worth are well worth the watch!
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