Democratic candidate for president Cory Booker tweeted on Saturday that he supports abortion and encouraged other men to support the barbaric procedure as well because, as Cory sees it, "women are people."
To borrow from AOC, Keep going Cory. You’re so close to getting it.
Abortion rights shouldn’t matter to men because women are our mothers, sisters, daughters, friends. They should matter to men—to everyone—because women are people.— Cory Booker (@CoryBooker) December 28, 2019
To be fair, Cory's argument makes about as much sense as every other pro-abortion argument under the sun. If abortion did not involve the killing of another human being, a lot of the "it's just my body" nonsense might resonate with people whose mothers did not kill them during pregnancy.
Every Democratic presidential candidate supports abortion. If the media were interested in the differences among the candidates, they would ask the candidates about their stance on late-term and partial-birth abortions. But they know those questions would make the candidates appear cruel and heartless, so they only ask Republicans about the rare cases of an abortion in the event of rape or incest.
Anyway, Cory Booker said almost the same exact thing back in May. His campaign is struggling to gain traction in the polls, so maybe he's revisiting what has worked for him in the past.
Men, it's on us to speak out too. It's on us to take action.— Cory Booker (@CoryBooker) May 15, 2019
Not because women are our mothers, wives, daughters. Because women are people. And all people deserve to control their own bodies.
Typical man thinking women need help from men to do something. But in all seriousness, can't men and women both relate to the unborn? We were all fetuses once.