Rapper ‘Zuby’ Opines on Twitter That Certain Pro-Choice Arguments Could Make Otherwise Happy Americans with a Disability Feel Like a ‘Burden’ on Society: ‘That’s Dark. Really Awful Argument’

Rapper and influencer “Zuby” tweeted against some pro-choice arguments, hinting that he might be talking about “The View’s” Ana Navarro’s comments recently on CNN.

He implied that life is hard, to begin with, and people get that, but the left’s worldview is simply much darker than others. That is how they come up with a lot of their logic in our view too. Zuby tweeted:

“It must be painful for people with disabilities or those who grew up in foster care to see tons of people essentially arguing that they should have been aborted. And that they are a ‘burden’ on society.

This notion that people are ‘better off’ dead than potentially (and often only temporarily) struggling is extremely disturbing to me. Inhumane. It leads to dark roads that humanity has been down before. Not good.”

CNN contributor and “The View” host Ana Navarro recently said in part:

“I have a very hard time with the inconsistency and cherry-picking of what makes state’s rights… …And because I have a family with special needs kids. I have a brother who’s fifty-seven and has the mental and motor skills of a one-year-old. And I know what that means financially, emotionally, and physically for a family, and I know not all families can do it. And I have a step-grandaughter, who was born with Down’s Syndrome. And you know what? It is very difficult in Florida, to get services. It is not as easy as it sounds on paper. And I’ve got another step-grandson who is very autistic, who has autism and is it (inaudible)…” …and their mother and people who are in that society and that community will tell you that they have considered suicide because that’s how difficult it is to get help, because that’s how lonely they feel, because they can’t get other jobs, because they have financial issues, because the care they can give to their other children suffers…”

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CNN Contributor S.E. Cupp pushed back on Navarro, highlighting the controversial nature of her statement:

When it comes to abortion, the nation is divided. In our view, however, leftists don’t make great logical arguments in favor of it, they use emotion instead. Zuby seems like more of a centrist, who is simply an independent thinker.

Roe Vs. Wade being overturned has enraged leftists but has also given them something to fundraise on and get their voter base mad about ahead of the mid-terms.

Conservatives against abortion are not concerned about mid-terms being affected by the recent Supreme Court decision handing abortion off to the states. Some things transcend one political cycle regardless of if there is a red wave or not in the eyes of many, for many topics.