Race for Congress: Schrier is a contradiction

Something has been bothering me. A pediatrician is supposed to be concerned about the physical, mental and social health of children from birth to young adulthood.

The problem I’m having is understanding how a pediatrician, such as Kim Schrier who is running for Congress, could possible be strongly pro-abortion when her career is geared to helping and caring for children. I don’t see how the two positions are compatible at all. I assume that she doesn’t believe a child is a real person until delivery.

I don’t get it.

– Roy Mauldin

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