Sarah Palin Hopes Chelsea Pregnancy Will Open Hillary's Eyes on Pro-Life Issues
Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin said she hoped that Hillary Clinton would become more pro-life now that her daughter Chelsea is pregnant.
In an interview with Extra, Palin said the "fact that Hillary is a grandmother" and "just knowing that her daughter chelsea is pregnant with the baby" will hopefully make her realize that "it's a real baby" and not something that is "disposable."
Palin said life should be protected in the womb of all places and that parents and grandparents should "realize that sanctity of life" and "how innocent and precious it is."
She hoped that Hillary Clinton, who is adored by pro-abortion activists, "would open her eyes on a social issue like that."
Palin also said that being a grandparent makes one look "further down the road," and she hopes that Hillary Clinton would "start thinking about things like $17-trillion debt that our nation is under and what we’re going to hand that to our grandkids for them to pay off… that’s not fair to our grandkids."
"Hopefully, she’ll start thinking along those terms, too," Palin said.