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    Roe v. Wade ruling: CNN host slams Navarro for citing particular wants kin to justify abortion

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    CNN host and political commentator S.E. Cupp rebuked CNN commentator Ana Navarro after Navarro insisted that Roe v. Wade and abortion rights had been needed for households who would possibly need to terminate particular wants kids within the womb. 

    Though she’s pro-choice, Cupp slammed Navarro for insinuating that abortion needs to be there to snuff out these lives as in the event that they’re disposable. In a robust Twitter thread, Cupp talked about that she has an “autistic youngster” and that she’s “by no means met” a mum or dad who needed to abort their particular wants youngster.

    Cupp’s feedback adopted these made by Navarro throughout a CNN phase protecting the landmark Supreme Court docket ruling that overturned Roe v. Wade on Friday. 

    Through the phase, visitor panelist and GOP strategist Alice Stewart addressed the ardently pro-choice Navarro, saying, “I do not perceive how one can say on one hand you help life, but you are high-quality with a lady’s resolution to decide on abortion.”

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    Ana Navarro was slammed by CNN host S.E. Cupp for her views on abortion and special needs children. 

    Ana Navarro was slammed by CNN host S.E. Cupp for her views on abortion and particular wants kids. 
    ((Photograph by Lou Rocco/ABC through Getty Pictures) )

    Navarro punched again arduous, stating, “I’m not anyone to inform you what it’s worthwhile to do together with your life or together with your uterus.” She then talked about particular wants individuals in her household, saying, “I’ve a household with lots of particular wants youngsters. I’ve a brother who’s 57 and has the psychological and motor expertise of a one-year-old. And I do know what meaning financially, emotionally, bodily for a household. And I do know not all households can do it.” 

    She additionally spoke of her “step-granddaughter who was born with Down syndrome” and her “step-grandson who could be very autistic, who has autism,” including that it’s “troublesome” for his or her households to “get companies.”

    It was clear Navarro was stating that many people want the choice to finish the lives of those people whereas they’re nonetheless within the womb.

    Early Saturday morning, Cupp publicly disagreed with Navarro’s arguments. She started a Twitter thread, stating, “It’s taken me a minute to determine whether or not I needed to share this. However finally, [I[ felt like I needed to. Yesterday, @ananavarro, you made an argument that one of many causes you had been pro-choice was since you knew kids with particular wants, in your loved ones. So do I.”

    S.E. Cupp claimed that she would never have considered abortion for her autistic child. (Photo by: Charles Sykes/Bravo/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty Images)

    S.E. Cupp claimed that she would by no means have thought-about abortion for her autistic youngster. (Photograph by: Charles Sykes/Bravo/NBCU Photograph Financial institution/NBCUniversal through Getty Pictures)

    Recounting the CNN analysts claims, Cupp continued, “You mentioned you might have a step-grand daughter with Down’s syndrome, and a ‘step-grandson who could be very autistic.’ And that ‘there are moms and people who find themselves in that society or in that group will inform you they’ve thought-about suicide as a result of that’s how troublesome it’s to get assist.”

    Cupp torched Navarro’s pondering, replying, “I’ve an autistic youngster. I’ve by no means met a mum or dad of an autistic youngster or any mum or dad of a particular wants youngster who mentioned they’d wished they’d aborted her or him.”

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    “These kids face sufficient stigmas and challenges. Please don’t use our unimaginable, particular, fantastic, super-hero youngsters to make political arguments, particularly about the advantages of abortion,” Cupp continued.

    The CNN host subsequently clarified she needed Roe v. Wade to not be overturned however insisted that Navarro’s statements had been inappropriate. “I’ve been clear. I don’t need Roe overturned. However don’t even for a second make it about our particular wants youngsters. NOT EVEN ONE SECOND,” she tweeted emphatically.

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    Cupp added one ultimate rebuke for Navarro, asking her to “Make the argument that you simply don’t need to have a child. Don’t make the argument that you simply don’t need to have a KIND of child that we HAVE AND LOVE.”

    Protesters gather outside of the Supreme Court building after the historic ruling to overturn Roe vs. Wade. 

    Protesters collect outdoors of the Supreme Court docket constructing after the historic ruling to overturn Roe vs. Wade. 
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