How often do feminists drill it into our heads that killing unborn children is the woman’s choice? A woman in the first trimester of pregnancy in the United States may have her baby killed for whatever reason. The father has no say. All that matters is that she doesn’t want “it.” Things change, however, when she wants the baby.
If anyone other than an abortionist kills a woman’s baby, he or she faces criminal charges. While the man’s say about his unborn child depends on what the woman decides, he certainly has an opinion and can choose to act on it. For instance, boxer Floyd Mayweather’s fiancée aborted their twins. He was upset, as any decent human being would be, and broke up with her. In a now-deleted Facebook post, Mayweather wrote:
The real reason me and Shantel Christine Jackson @missjackson broke up was because she got a abortion, and I’m totally against killing babies. She killed our twin babies.#ShantelJackson#FloydMayweather#TheMoneyTeam#TMT
Mayweather deserves all the sympathy he can get on this issue. His children are dead, killed for convenience. He will never see them, hear them, or touch them. They’re dead because their mother didn’t think their lives were worth protecting. Naturally, feminist types (language warning) don’t like that Mayweather has a contrary opinion about life in the womb. The pro-abortion, feminist blogger said he’s “a terrible person, and terrible people make terrible fathers.” In this case, Mayweather didn’t have a chance to be a father to those twins, terrible or otherwise. His fiancée decided for him and disregarded the babies’ right to live.
I am woman. Hear me roar.
Regardless of what Mayweather has done in his life, he’s on the right side in this case.
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