Stripper Democrat Candidate Justifies Her Abortion Over ‘Climate Emergency’ In Part

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Has American culture fallen? An up-and-coming Pennsylvania candidate for the U.S. House has opened up about her past career as a stripper and her decision to abort her child when she was 18.

Alexandra Hunt, who is running as a Democrat for a seat in the Philadelphia-area congressional district, has used her past to drive attention to her far-left campaign; the former stripper went as far to start an OnlyFans page after facing criticism about her chosen type of work.

A May 2021 video posted to Twitter showed the Democrat candidate explaining why she decided to get an abortion about 10 years ago.

“When I was 18, I was part of the 2% of people who can get pregnant on birth control and I found out I was pregnant. And I decided that I was not ready to bring a child in this world and I decided to get an abortion,” Hunt said in the video.

She then explained that in her opinion the world was not ready for a child anyways, thus helping justify her decision to terminate the pregnancy.

“I as a person was not ready to bring a child into this world, but also the world was not in a state — and is not, 10 years later, is not in a state — that I wanted to bring a child into yet, which is my decision to make,” she said.

Hunt continued to list reasons she felt her child was better off not being born, including her fears of a ‘climate emergency’ that has yet to be solved.

The candidate listed more reasons she thought the world was not in a state for her to raise a child. “My generation faces a lack of jobs, a lack of living wage, a housing crisis, an affordable housing crisis, a student debt crisis, the climate emergency, the prison-industrial complex, and the list goes on and on. And I wanted to offer my child better.”

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Hunt credited her abortion to Planned Parenthood, claiming the decision “was made with a lot of love.”

In a December post, Hunt celebrated the act further, declaring: “Having an abortion enabled me to progress in my career, cut ties in an abusive relationship, and get to a place of economic security so I can properly care for my future children when I’m ready to become a mother.”

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