First we were asked to consider becoming cannibals to combat global warming, and not to be outdone, presidential candidate Bernie Sanders threw off the gloves and flat out stated that he would even resort to government-subsidized infanticide if that’s what it takes to “save the planet”:
US presidential candidate Bernie Sanders said he would support using taxpayer money to fund abortions in foreign countries as a means of population control in the face of climate change.
Sanders merged the hot-button issues of climate change and abortion rights, at the same time singling out developing nations as the culprits overpopulating Earth, during a six-and-a-half-hour CNN townhall on climate change on Wednesday. While his supporters appeared galvanized, the proposal invoked the wrath of his detractors online.
Sanders described the Mexico City agreement, which prevents American foreign aid from being used to fund organizations associated with abortions or birth control abroad, as “totally absurd,” while espousing the need to advocate and fund reproductive rights across the world, but especially in developing countries.
“So I think especially in poor countries around the world, where women do not necessarily want to have large numbers of babies and where they can have the opportunity through birth control to control the number of kids they have [is] something I very, very strongly support,” Sanders stated emphatically in response to an audience member.
The purpose of Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaigns has been to shift the “Overton Window” further to the Left. In the past, no one with his radical and admittedly jewish agenda would have been given any media coverage or serious consideration as a legitimate Democratic candidate for president. He ran, with the complicity of the jewish press, to bring his radical ideas into the mainstream and force people to legitimately consider them, if only to reject them.
And to move the “Overton Window” even further Left this election cycle, the Democrats have paraded out a new batch of candidates that are so radical, they made Bernie Sanders seem reasonable and middle-of-the-road.
That’s how the game is played, and that’s how Donald Trump can be sold to the American people as a “conservative” despite being pro-homosexual, pro-abortion, pro-open borders, pro-gun restrictions, and pro-hate speech laws, all talking points of the radical Left.
If George McGovern, the 1972 Democratic presidential candidate, ran for president today, he’d be considered a right wing extremist.