‘The ugly cruelty’: Ana Navarro points to special needs brother, other family with Down Syndrome for proof women need abortions

In a grotesque moment that left viewers slack-jawed, CNN commentator Ana Navarro pointed to close members of her own family following Friday’s Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe v. Wade and argued that they are prime examples of why women need to be able to abort their babies.

“I am not anybody to tell you what you need to do with your life or with your uterus,” Navarro stated. “And because I have a family with a lot of special needs kids — I have a brother who’s 57 and has the mental and motor skills of a one-year-old and I know what that means financially, emotionally, physically for a family and I know not all families can do it.”

 

It wasn’t bad enough that she was willing to throw her disabled brother under a bus, the RINO Republican “The View” co-host then went on to suggest her life would have been way easier if her step-grandchildren were never born.

“I have a step-granddaughter who was born with Down Syndrome — and you know what? It is very difficult in Florida to get services…” she continued without shame, “and I got another step-grandson who is very autistic.”

Online, people were horrified.

“The ugly cruelty,” tweeted Live Action President and Founder Lila Rose. “The utterly bad ageism and ableism. The unfettered call for violence against the unborn disabled.”

“That Ana Navarro clip from CNN really is just the most inhumanly repulsive thing I’ve seen all day related to the abortion issue,” said Political Beats co-host Jeff Blehar. “I shouldn’t have watched it. She comes across as thinking special-needs children are little more than cumbersome houseplants all better off aborted.”

“Imagine talking about your own family that way,” tweeted a shocked Dan Andros. “That hey, they’re a financial burden and it would’ve been just as well to kill them before they were born. DO THEY LISTEN TO THEMSELVES????”

To make matters even more repulsive, Navarro routinely claims to be a Catholic, and after explaining why her family members should have been aborted, she had no problem reminding viewers of her faith.

“I’m Catholic when it comes to me, but there’s a lot of Americans who are not Catholic and they’re not Christian and you have no damn right to tell them what they should do with their bodies!” she proclaimed.

Of course, Navarro isn’t the only public figure to claim Catholicism while supporting abortion.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was recently stripped of her right to receive Holy Communion for her duplicitous beliefs, but as BizPac Review reported, that didn’t stop her from arguing that her faith should bow to politics.

“Whatever I agree with the Pope on is not necessarily what public policy should be in the United States as people make their own judgments, honor their own responsibilities, attend to the needs of their families,” she told reporters.

“Let me just say this,” she added. “A woman has a right to choose to live up to her responsibility. It’s up to her, her doctor, her family, her husband, her significant other and her God.”

And being a “good Catholic” didn’t stop President Joe Biden from condemning the Supreme Court.

“Today is a very solemn moment for the United States,” he said on Twitter. “The Supreme Court expressly took away a Constitutional right from the American people that it had already recognized. They simply took it away.”

But as angry as Biden’s and Pelosi’s hypocrisy may have made Twitter users, it pales in comparison to wishing your family was aborted.

As Blaze TV’s “Pat Gray Unleashed” co-host Keith Malinak pointed out, “The next family gathering gonna be… awkward.”

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