The pro-choice movement’s design flaw, part 2

Remember when I blogged about the pro-choice movement’s design flaw? How they are aborting themselves out of existence, that they have a hard time cultivating their own activists since they are getting rid of them as fast as they can? Here’s a post by somebody who actually ran the numbers on it and came to the same conclusion:

The Suicide of the Democratic Party

He says:

Since the Roe v. Wade decision in 1973, liberal, progressive Democrats have staunchly defended, promoted and attempted to expand abortion rights.  In states voting Democratic, women terminate pregnancies more frequently than in states voting Republican.  This suggests that the Democratic support for abortion is effectively a genocide of future Democratic voters.  In other words, the Democratic Party is committing suicide by supporting abortion rights.

 

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Democrats don’t care about women or gays or blacks or Muslims or…

I figured this out a few years ago: Democrats do not care about women or gays or blacks or Muslims or whatever other group they try to cater to. The Democratic Party is not about them at all, the party is only about Democratic/liberal ideology. How do I know this? Because Democrats don’t listen to women or gays or blacks or Muslims who don’t agree with them. Those people are not welcome in the Democratic party. It is really that simple. It’s a strategy called “identity politics.” They label people according to certain characteristics, then say that they care about that group of people. But it is verifiably false.

Even though it probably first happened with women or blacks, I first noticed it with gays. There ARE conservative gays, and gays who are against gay marriage. But do they get a hearing within the Democratic party? Nope. Why? Because it’s not about gays, it’s only about the Democratic/liberal ideology. As long as women or gays or blacks or Muslims are talking the liberal talking points, they’re golden. If not, they’re anathema.

Democratic talk about inclusiveness is a smokescreen to cover the promotion of their ideology. Here are a few examples of people who are not welcome in the Democratic party:

Here is a study from 2014 showing that…

Liberals are more likely than conservatives to dump a friend over politics

But don’t take my word for it–make your own observations and let me know what you find.