Leah Torres’ bio on her Twitter account reads: “Nasty Woman OB/Gyn promoting healthy sexual practices & education. Political activist & general do-gooder.” She’s proud to do abortions and she’s done respecting other people’s viewpoints.
Done catering to ignorance.
Done respecting different views when those views contradict facts.
— Leah Torres, MD (@LeahNTorres) November 27, 2018
One Twitter user owned her with this response,” Oh, I’m sorry, are your feelings hurt? You know who else’s are? All the babies you’ve ripped apart.”
Oh, I’m sorry, are your feelings hurt? You know who else’s are? All the babies you’ve ripped apart.
— Jenn 🎄🤶🏻🎁 (@gypsyglutton) November 27, 2018
Torres gave one of the most bizarre answers ever – she believes that a fetus needs to ask permission before it inhabits someone’s womb.
And to become a fetus, one needs permission to reside in someone’s uterus and put that person’s health in jeopardy.
— Leah Torres, MD (@LeahNTorres) November 28, 2018
Now that’s taking consent a BIT too far, if you ask me. How in the world is a “clump of cells” that has no control over how it got inside a woman supposed to ask before conception?
Does the child tap out the request in Morse code?
— House Atreides (@opiemuyo) November 28, 2018
Did you literally just say a baby needs permission to develop? But you at the same time have no problem ripping them apart because people can't be bothered to wear a condom or use birth control. Wow.
— Marcus Hock (@marcus1320) November 28, 2018
Permission is granted or denied by the pregnant woman at her choice and at any time.
— 🎅HoHoHoah Paul Le Gies⛄ (@NoahPaulLeGies) November 28, 2018
Is there a permission slip, or…? How exactly does the fetus obtain this “permission?”
There are pro-choice arguments that merit serious discussion. This isn’t one of them.
— Elaine Batt (@elainebatt3) November 28, 2018
According to one person, a pregnant woman can grant or deny permission to a fetus at any time she chooses.
This is a new low, even for the pro-abortion crowd.