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Wednesday, July 19, 2017
What if Charlie Gard Was Syrian?
I am happy for this family. I am emphatically ProLife. I am also deeply disturbed by this decision. Charley Gard's life is no more important than the lives of the Hispanic children, Syrian children, Muslim children, or any of the many many children who die or will die if left in their own country.
All this decision really says is that if you are a white Christian family with the ability to navigate social media effectively the US will step in and help. This is not a pro life move, this is a pro specific life move.
Our world deserves better than selective compassion. #charliegard #prolife #WhatIfCharlieWereSyrian
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