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CNN contributor Ana Navarro emotionally defended the right to abortion following the Supreme Court's groundbreaking decision to overturn the Roe v. Wade case. ..
Navarro appeared in a panel discussion while CNN reported on the historic ruling, with anchor Alisyn Camerota challenging GOP strategist Alice Stewart. It is a country that can help mothers with unexpected pregnancies by quoting the "about 410,000 children" of the unadopted adoption system, and some babies are "obviously" I have a physical disability.
"What is your plan?" Asked Camerota. "Obviously, they aren't all being taken care of right now."
"Well, obviously they're an important issue," Steward replied. "And children's anomalies, whether in utero or after the birth of a child, need to be discussed, considered and clearly cared for at the state level."
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"See, the last 50 No one has spoken about the fetus, the sanctity of life for years, and now people have had the opportunity to speak for the fetus, which is important, "Stewart told Camerota.
Professional life activists react to landmarks The Supreme Court's decision to overturn the Roe v. Wade case. (Fox News Digital)
Then Stewart turned to Navarro. She said Navarro, she is a woman of "very passionate" faith with a "giant heart". At the same time, theCatholic Faithemphasizes that "we believe in life and support the dignity of life."
"On the other hand, I don't know how to say that you support life, but you still have no problem with the decision that women choose to have an abortion," Stewart said. Never retire
Navarro pushed back and insisted that she and no one "tell me what the dignity of your life needs to be."
"Mr. Navarro said," I have a family with many children with special needs. I am 57 years old and have a 1 year old brother with mental and motor skills. And I know what that means financially, emotionally and physically to the family, and I know that not all families can do it. "
" And I have a stepdaughter born with Down's disease. And what do you know. It's very difficult to get service in Florida. Paper It's not as easy as it sounds above. Navarro told Stewart.
She went on to say, "I have a mother, there are people in the society, or in the community I think of suicide. Because it's hard to get help, how lonely they feel, they can't get another job because they have financial problems. It can cause suffering to other children. "
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"So why can I be Catholic and still think this is the wrong decision? Navarro counterattacked Stewart because I'm an American. "I'm a Catholic in the church. I'm Catholic. But there are many Americans who aren't Catholic, Christian, or Baptist, and you tell them what they should do with their bodies. I don't have the nifty right to do it. Nobody does it, "Navaro added.
CNN commentator Anna Navarro said He defended the right to abortion following the Supreme Court's decision to overturn the Roe v. Wade case.
Manycritics, abortions, and hostsacross television have condemned the Supreme Court's decision to overturn the Roe v. Wade case. .. An unprecedented leak of a draft opinion showing conservative justice for the majority of five people.
The ruling empowers the state to enact their own abortion law, but the overthrow of the Roe v. Wade case also sparked. Some state "trigger methods" that automatically limit access to abortion.
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The Pro Life Movement is the High Court Judgments and conservatives have long argued that abortion is not a constitutional right, despite the precedent Roe v. Wade case. However, liberals warned that the reversal of abortion protection would have a domino effect on other rights such as contraception, same-sex marriage, and even interracial marriage, a majority opinion written by Judge Samuel Alito, especially since the abortion. Involve a third party who insists that it will not happen.
Joseph A. Wulfsohn is a media reporter for FoxNews Digital. Story tips can be sent to joseph.wulfsohn @ fox.com and Twitter (@JosephWulfsohn).