HUH? Cat Parks: Dems are the Real Pro-Lifers
"Women should never be charged with murder because reasons" - Cat Parks (basically)
Nobody’s favorite cringe factory strikes again.
In a Saturday tweet, Cat Parks confusingly tried to credit Democrats as being the real pro-life Party, and said women should not be held accountable for murdering their babies.
In Parks’s mind, women who commit infanticide should be coddled rather than rightfully condemned. What’s the point of abolishing abortion if you will not penalize its perpetrators? In crushing the crack trade and other crimes, we punish both the dealer (in this case the abortion doctor), and the buyer (the woman); why prosecute abortion any differently? Well, most “recipients” are women, and thus above the law in Parks’s mind. Don’t give the “but they are stressed and do not know what else to do” argument; so are alcoholics who drive drunk after bar hopping. Under libertine logic, they should get exonerated if they run someone over because “they are desperate and do not know where to go.”
Perhaps the oddest of Park’s antinomian yammerings is her implication that Democrats are the real anti-abortion party, and appeal to “Progress TX” Neomarxists in her quest to protect baby killers. Sadly, her claims are parroted by swaths of establishment stooges and Libertarian entryists.
While already common knowledge Parks and her simps support infanticide and corruption provided candidates have a “magic R” by their name, it seems strange to demand pardoning likely baby murders while trying to convert Rio Grande Valley (RGV) residents.
In fact, it is perfect for estranging them. When campaigning in regions Tejano voters are economically communitarian but socially conservative, going full-Libertarian and portraying Democrats as more conservative is how you ALIENATE them. Besides, most candidates that broke the “blue wall” in the RGV promoted social conservatism, such as Donald Trump, and Sandra Whitten.
There is something that can be done to halt Parks and the Lemon Caucus’ infiltration of the Texas First conservative movement: attend the June Texas GOP Convention in Houston and vote against subversive ideas. Doing so will shift the party, and the overton window further right, and truly make Texas more conservative. Let’s make the “magic R” mean something again.