A top Democrat is done for after agreeing with this despicable statement about President Trump’s son
In the past year, Democrats have been reaching new extremes at every turn.
Especially on abortion.
Now this top Democrat is done after his stomach-churning beliefs came to light.
Americans were exposed to what Democrats truly believe about abortion in recent weeks after a Democrat in Alabama came out making it clear that he believes abortion is good because unloved children shouldn’t even be born, as they will just end up being a criminal who end up being killed anyway.
“Some kids are unwanted, so you kill them now or kill them later,” Alabama State Representative John Rogers said. “You bring them into the world unwanted, unloved, then you send them to the electric chair. So you kill them now or you kill them later. But the bottom line is that I think we shouldn’t be making this decision,” he added.
After getting backlash for his comments, he went even further, stating that President Trump’s son, Donald Trump Jr. should have been aborted.
But the story gets even worse when Rogers exposed what Interim Alabama Sen. Doug Jones, a fellow Democrat, said to him after the statements came to light.
Jones apparently told Rogers on a phone call that he was going to need to denounce him in order to win re-election in 2020, but that he agrees with his indefensible statements.
The Washington Free Beacon reports:
On Monday, Rogers claimed that Jones admitted in a “heated” phone call he would have to repudiate the contentious remarks, despite personally agreeing with them, lest it become a political issue in the senator’s 2020 reelection. The admission came during an hour-long interview with a local Alabama radio station, as first reported by YellowHammer News.
“Everybody who knows me knows I’m combative,” Rogers said. “And I told Doug that if you want to come out against me, I’m coming out here against you.”
Rogers said that Jones had “called him twice” after his remarks first went viral. The first conversation appeared to go well with Jones explaining he would have to follow the politically expedient route and denounce Rogers.
“He told me, ‘John, I know you’re right but I [have] to come out against you,'” Rogers said. “I said, ‘OK, fine, if it’s going to help your campaign, do that.’ That’s the kind of guy I am.”
Doug Jones is one of the Democrat’s biggest stars, following his surprising Alabama win to replace former Sen. Jeff Sessions when he vacated the seat to take over as Trump’s first Attorney General.
But after these statements, it is unlikely he will be able to win re-election in 2020.
Alabama is a very conservative state, and this clearly crosses a line.