Let's put Stephen Hawking into the abortion debate.
I imagine that Stephen Hawking would be against abortion to kill deformed babies.
Although I have read that he didn't believe in God, was quite liberal in UK politics and was a 'remainer',
and spoke for the right-to-die sector,
I didn't find where anyone asked him about a mother's 'right' to kill a deformed baby.
Think about it.
And...This discussion, must at some point, lead to the validity of organ transplants.
If defective unborns are better-off aborted, then what about 8 or 80 year-olds that need a liver or a lung, or a heart, or a cornea?
Then to double-down on this point, should a person who is pro-abortion ever be eligible for an organ transplant?
Why would they be?
I know this is a macabre topic, but so is abortion.
I would like to see the following question on the transplant application:
“Does the patient vote for pro-abortion candidates? If so, they will receive an organ only if no one else calls for it.”
Should Planned Parenthood/abortion workers should be legally barred from ever receiving transplants?
A main plank in the abortion platform is that biologically defective people don’t deserve to be born, no matter their potential,
so logically, biologically defective people with a failing organs don’t deserve to live, no matter their accomplishments.
What would Steven Hawking say about this? He was one of the most physically-challenged humans to inhabit the earth, the last 20 years of his life.
And why then, do we even have an organ transplant system?
Anyone who believes in abortion and discovers they are biologically-frail to the point of needing an organ, shouldn't they voluntarily excuse themselves from the transplant system as a matter of principle?
Sidebar: Down’s Syndrome people are typically barred from receiving transplant organs, yet how many aborted Down Syndrome baby parts are sold?
I couldn’t find on the Internet if Down’s Syndrome people are allowed to donate organs, though some websites infer that such donations are possible.
Wouldn’t it be ironic if a kidney from a Down’s Syndrome person went to an abortion worker?
Eric J. Rose