BERNIE: ‘Reproductive Rights’ in Third World Countries Needed to Combat ‘Climate Catastrophe’

Originally published at: BERNIE: ‘Reproductive Rights’ in Third World Countries Needed to Combat ‘Climate Catastrophe’ | Sean Hannity

Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders doubled-down on his fiery rhetoric regarding a potential “climate catastrophe” during CNN’s town hall event Wednesday; saying “reproductive rights” of women around the planet is a key component in combating global warming.

“Empowering women to curb population growth seems reasonable to enact. Would you be courageous enough to discuss this issue and make it a key feature of a plan to address climate catastrophe?” asked an audience member.

“The answer is yes. Women have a right to control their own bodies and make reproductive decisions… In poor countries around the world, where women do not want to have large numbers of babies, where they can have the opportunity to use birth control to control the number of kids they have, is something I very strongly support,” said Sanders.

Democrat Voter: There are too many humans on earth.

Bernie: I agree. We need to fund abortions to poor, third world countries.

This is absolutely horrifying.

— Benny (@bennyjohnson) September 5, 2019

Sanders comments come hours after he abruptly snapped at a crying baby in New Hampshire; demanding the child “keep it down” while discussing universal health care.

The self-described Democratic Socialist’s reaction left many in attendance surprised, with some shocked at his insensitive behavior.

The video emerged on social media hours after Sanders labeled President Trump the “worst president in the history” of the United States on ‘The View.’

“I love Nancy but she and I disagree on this issue,” Sanders said. “I think the way you beat Donald Trump — and I must say that in my view, Donald Trump is the most dangerous president probably in the history of this country.”

“I work[ed] with your dad, I work with other people on issues where we can come together,” he told co-host Meghan McCain. “That’s what I think American politics is supposed to be about. But you have a president today – and again, it gives me no joy to say this – he is a pathological liar.”

"He's a pathological liar," Bernie Sanders tells @TheView about Trump.

"And when people ask me what do you think about what Trump said 5 minutes ago in a tweet? I say 'I'm not going to say anything because 5 minutes from now he's going to change is view'"

— This Week (@ThisWeekABC) September 4, 2019