Chelsea Clinton, the infamous daughter of career criminals Bill and Hillary Clinton, is following in the footsteps of her soon-to-be-imprisoned parents. She recently decided to spout a line of eugenics propaganda on Twitter, linking to an article published in The Washington Post that claims more women need to be allowed to abort their babies in order to prevent “climate change.”
The outlandish op-ed was co-written by none other than suspected pedophile and pervert John Podesta, as well as United Nations globalist Timothy Wirth. It attempts to make the case that women’s “reproductive health rights” are an important part of keeping the global population as low as possible.
“… if environmental activists really want to reduce emissions, raise living standards and build a more sustainable future, they cannot overlook the importance of reproductive rights and health,” the WaPo op-ed claims non-satirically.
“Forging a coalition between the environmental movement and the women’s rights movement will not only fundamentally advance women’s rights but also do a world of good for the planet, which is bearing an environmental burden because of population growth.”
The article even goes so far as to claim that “women’s reproductive health” rights are essential in helping to kill off at least three billion future humans. In so many words, this pro-abortion propaganda says that, without abortion rights, the global population will reach 13 million people by the end of the century. But with these “reproductive tools” in place, the global population could be kept well below 10 billion people.
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“… family planning ranks as one of the 10 most substantive solutions to climate change,” the editorial claims, adding that encouraging more abortions is “cost-effective from an emissions reduction perspective,” as the “co-benefits to women and families across the globe are enormous.”
Chelsea Clinton destroyed on Twitter for pushing eugenics propaganda disguised as “women’s health”
In an apparent attempt to sound smart (even though she’s repeatedly proven herself to be dumb as a brick whenever she opens her mouth or gets on Twitter), Chelsea Clinton tweeted that the Podesta co-authored plea for more unborn child murder is an “important read” because it supposedly solidifies “the connection between #climatechange and women’s reproductive health rights.”
It didn’t take long for the Twittersphere to respond in resounding chorus to Clinton’s categorically retarded observations. Several users highlighted the hypocrisy of the article’s rhetorical twist on the word “rights,” which apparently don’t apply to unborn children (and never do when dealing with this category of Democratic dogma). Another stated plainly that climate change is “merely folly and a big hoax.”
Others made joking references to the WaPo article being more “fake news,” posting a hilarious meme depicting CNN anchor Wolf Blitzer reporting on Hillary Clinton being helped up the stairs by two men, with the “spun” caption, “HILLARY HELPS TWO MEN UP STAIRS.”
Another Twitter user posted a picture of global warming hoax master Al Gore alongside pictures of his private jet, limousines, houseboat, and 22-room mansion. As we reported last year, Al Gore’s home consumes 3,400 percent more electricity than the average U.S. home, which makes him an absolute hypocrite (just like Chelsea Clinton and her parents).
“What a bunch of lunacy,” wrote another Twitter user, who posted a similar photo mash-up featuring a photo of Barack Obama alongside a private jet and a 14-car motorcade – which, ironically, was taking the former president to a climate change speech. “Yesterday sandwiches caused climate change. Have any idea how ridiculous these extremists sound?”
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