The Weirdest Argument Yet by a Pro-Abortion Moonbat

The Weirdest Argument Yet by a Pro-Abortion Moonbat

Don’t use pictures like this…

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…to make the point that babies are babies even before they have been born. The baby has no clothes on. You could be accused of child pornography by a college professor:

A pro-choice professor accused pro-life organizations of “child pornography” for using images of dead fetuses as a rhetorical device during a debate at Purdue University.

Prof. David Sanders argued that because pro-lifers believe that unborn fetuses are human beings, displaying images of “a butt naked body of a child” constitutes child pornography.

Are there really people who don’t believe that unborn babies are human beings? What else would they be? Zebras? Artichokes?

“What would you call the public display of a butt naked body of a child?” Sanders questioned. “I would call it child pornography. Do they have their permission? Do they have the permission of the fetus? Obviously not.”

This nut is an Associate Professor of Biology at Purdue.

When someone in the audience accused him of admitting that unborn babies are human, Sanders seemed to grow confused:

“I didn’t admit it. I’m using his [pro-life activist Seth Drayer’s] language. He thinks it’s a child. I do not,” Sanders quickly retorted, but then appeared to equivocate, saying, “if you want to enforce and protect First Amendment rights to allow you to show child pornography, have at it.”

Before they make him a full professor, he should do more biological research so that he knows whether babies are human prior to birth. If he finds that they are not, he could make a name for himself by determining the biological process by which babies are abruptly transformed into humans as they pass out of the womb.

On a tip from Sterling B. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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