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WATCH: Dr. Mike Adams Destroys Abortionist Dr. Willie Parker’s Argument at #TheAbortionDebate

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Last night, Dr. Mike Adams and Dr. Willie Parker faced off in #TheAbortionDebate at UNC-Wilmington that was over max capacity.

The debate, meant to answer the question if abortion is moral or not, was clearly dominated by Dr. Adams, the pro-life defender.

On the opposite end of the debate, abortionist Dr. Parker presented a very jumbled argument, making it hard to follow. Shying away from answering the question if abortion is moral, Dr. Parker stayed on the defensive.

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The debate consisted of each party having 20 minutes for opening statements, 10 minute rebuttal, each contender asking the other questions, Q&A with the audience, and closing statements.

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Dr. Adams outlined his argument that abortion is morally wrong with a major and minor premise.

— Major premise: it is wrong to intentionally kill an innocent human being

— Minor premise: abortion intentionally kills an innocent human being

— Conclusion: abortion is wrong

Backing up his conclusion that abortion is wrong, Dr. Adams came out swinging with evidence from various research. Quoting embryological textbooks, Planned Parenthood former President Alan Guttmacher, and even late-term abortionist Dr. Warren Hern, Dr. Adams illustrated that life does begin at conception.

Following up, Dr. Adams asserts that Dr. Parker is very unclear in stating when life begins. Dr. Adams quotes Dr. Parker’s book in various places where Dr. Parker contradicts himself on the question.

Dr. Adam then called out Dr. Parker for being unable to decide where human value comes from. The pro-life side has an inclusive argument, meaning that every human being on the planet has value. Dr. Parker, on the other hand, says that human value depends on size, development, and dependency.

Interestingly, Dr. Parker has stated that he refuses to do sex-selective or race-selective abortions. Why is that? He performs size, development, and dependency-selective abortions, so why not all five categories?

Watch the entire debate below as Dr. Adams straight-up owns Dr. Parker’s attempt to justify abortion:

While abortionist Dr. Willie Parker can’t seem to get his thoughts straight on when life begins, he can’t get his thoughts straight on rebutting Dr. Adams, either.  Calling himself a Christian – even comparing himself to Jesus and a modern day Paul (maybe he means Saul?) – Dr. Parker truly believes he is doing God’s work in performing abortions.

Dr. Parker’s opening statement is quite hard to follow, talking about his book, cartoons, reproduction, and diction. Stating, “it is wrong to kill an innocent human being” and “abortion kills a human being”, Dr. Parker still thinks abortion is somehow okay. Using the flawed argument that there is a difference in being a “person” and a “human”, Dr. Parker justifies believes a baby in the womb is a “human” but not a “person”.

He states that there is a scientific understanding of when life begins and a non-scientific understanding. Quoting, that while “science deals with facts and religion deals with values,” it is possible to hold a ‘scientific understanding of life and a religious understanding of life’. The two fit together based on what your conscious tells you, according to Dr. Parker.But, instead of answering if abortion is moral towards the fetus, Dr. Parker looks at it from the perspective of the mother,”the morality of helping someone in need, in this case a person, a woman”, abortion is acceptable.

Stating, “sometimes people use morality and ethics interchangeably”, Dr. Parker never answer if abortion is morally or ethically acceptable – since apparently the two are different.

Fully acknowledging that “abortion kills a human being,” Dr.Parker lightheartedly laughed as he rounded the number of abortion he has performed up to 20,000. Let’s not forget, Dr.Parker also laughed along with Martha Plimpton as she explained her first abortion being her best abortion. What exactly is funny about abortion?

In summary, the only “point” Dr. Parker ever made was that he knew abortion ended a human being’s life; but in the eyes of the law, human beings aren’t “persons” as protected by the Constitution.

During the question/rebuttal section of the debate, Dr. Adams asked Dr. Parker about late-term abortions that he performs. He asks the color of the matter that comes out of the baby’s skull during the abortion, to which Dr. Parker refused to answer.

Following the hashtag #TheAbortionDebate, many viewers were just as confused at Dr. Parker’s argument.

In an interview with Dr. Adams, he stated his feelings after completing the debate as “overall good”. Stating that he too had difficulty in rebutting Dr. Parker because he was “all over the place” and “definitely unprepared”.

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Lauren Witzke Clashes With Richard Grenell Over His Promotion of Transgenderism; Con Inc. Wants Her Cancelled!

What happened to “America Uncancelled?”

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Where do we draw the line between what is ‘conservative’ and what isn’t ‘conservative’? Well, for many establishment Republicans, also known by many as ‘Conservative Inc.’, the only two distinctions between right and left are free markets and principled constitutionalism. However, traditionally, conservatives have sought to protect Christian and American values. Things like preserving the family, promoting law and order, and protecting the sacred tradition of marriage between a man and a woman had been the backbone of the conservative movement. It seems as if nowadays, these values have been completely thrown aside. Big League Politics has previously reported on establishment conservative organizations, such as Turning Point USA, pushing transgenderism and homosexuality on Republican college students.

Rather than bend the knee to the left, as most Republicans do, social conservatives like Lauren Witzke have decided to take a stand and say: “Enough is enough.” Witzke, who is the Spokeswoman for Hold the Line PAC, recently clashed on Twitter with former Trump Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell, who is openly a homosexual.

The whole debacle began when Lauren Witzke replied to a tweet by Grenell, praising the GOP for its inclusivity to transgender people, referring to transgenderism as ‘mental illness’:

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Grenell tried to downplay Witzke’s take, effectively saying that celebrating transexuality is a celebration of God, in which Witzke replied that it was instead demonic:

Grenell rebuttaled, asking Witzke if she was ok with welcoming gay conservatives into the GOP. Witzke responded saying no, and that it would be a useless act of appeasement.

Seemingly in an act to publicize Witzke’s wrongthink, Grenell then quote-tweeted her and asked her the same question once more:

True to her nature, Witzke sarcastically mocked Grenell for repeating himself and solidified her stance:

The two would both go on to throw several more jabs at each other on Twitter, but you get the point. Richard Grenell believes that the Republican Party should have no moral stance on any issue, while Lauren Witzke believes that the GOP should strictly conserve our Christian values.

We reached out to Lauren on Twitter for a quick statement and she gave us this:

“The Republican Party was founded on Christian Conservative Principles. We believe in the sanctity of life and the sanctity of marriage between a man and a women. Gay fiscal conservatives are more than welcome to vote for us, but should have no place in leadership to advocate for their progressive ideals.”

Lauren Witzke previously ran as the Republican nominee for US Senate in Delaware, but lost to the incumbent Democrat Senator Chris Coons. Despite living in a blue state and running on a nationalist platform, Witzke impressively secured roughly double the votes as her Republican predecessor in 2014.

After the lengthy and, as of right now, still ongoing battle between Grenell and Witzke, conservative commentator Elijah Schafer reached out to both parties to ask if they would come onto his BlazeTV show to debate each other. Witzke immediately accepted, while Grenell has yet to comment:

Despite conservatives supposedly leading the charge against cancel culture, in actuality a good portion of cancel culture happens within the conservative movement. Although CPAC’s motto this year may have been ‘America Uncancelled’, moderate conservatives still seem more than happy to ostracize their socially conservative counterparts. Many establishment Republicans and friends of Richard Grenell took to Twitter, demanding that Lauren Witzke be cancelled for supporting traditional marriage. Mind you, the vast majority of Republicans were against gay marriage just 6 years ago.

(Tweet by commentator @fadde was deleted shortly after this article was published)

Host of America First and popular conservative commentator Nicholas J. Fuentes called Grenell a member of the ‘Gay Mafia’ and accused him of using leftist tactics to try and intimidate Witzke.

While it doesn’t look like the argument will end anytime soon, it remains clear that there are still social conservatives within the GOP, and the establishment is going to use any means necessary to get them out. As our country rots and decays under Joe Biden, Republicans think that they can just become the left (but with free markets). That isn’t the case. America is not merely and idea or an economic system, America is a nation. A nation is nothing without its people, and America is at it’s greatest when strong family values are promoted by the state and the people see themselves as one nation under God. We’ve included a more miscellaneous tweets from the feud below for interested readers.



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