Comedian Bill Burr’s latest stand-up routine where he questions the morality of abortion, or as we like to say around these parts, the murder of pre-born children, had fans in the audience and around the world reacting in very, very different ways.
One of the things I found refreshing about the bit we’re about to discuss is the fact that Burr admits his position fully and states he’s just not 100 percent about where to stand on the issue, noting that both sides made points he agrees with. It’s okay to be torn about something and to continue seeking the truth.
Unfortunately, that’s not how most folks on the left approach this issue. It’s all about the baby murder without even a consideration about what that actually means and the far-reaching, negative impact it could have on our entire society.
It’s not just about what you do with your body. First off, the child might be in your body, but it is not your body. Secondly, this is also about how we value human life as a whole.
Do you honestly think, if abortion is granted legality at any point during a pregnancy, the blood lust and culture of death will stop there? Actual people exist who think it should be okay to abort a child up to two years after he or she is born. Think about that for just a minute.
At what point does the line get drawn?
Anyway, my apologies for the ramble.
Here’s more information from The Daily Wire:
A clip of the bit, which was part of the Netflix special “Bill Burr: Live at Red Rocks,” was originally posted to TikTok via @miss.mendoza and has since been shared by multiple Twitter accounts, including the Hodge twins and An0maly. Burr doesn’t come out and say abortion is wrong, but followers are pointing out that his analogy comparing the procedure to baking a cake is “on point.”
WARNING: CRUDE AND GRAPHIC LANGUAGE AHEAD
Bill Burr’s cake analogy on abortion is gold 👀 pic.twitter.com/y7YHQkNcOI
— An0maly (@LegendaryEnergy) July 21, 2022
“Pro-choice always made sense to me, because I don’t like people telling me what to do, and I was just like, it’s your body, who the f*** am I to tell you what to do with your body? So that always made sense,” he said at the beginning of the segment. “However, I still think you’re killing a baby.”
That little comment earned a mixed reaction of cheers and boos, to which Burr replied, “See? That’s where it gets weird. Like, I sit on the fence and the whole thing makes sense to me.”
He goes on to say “my body, my choice” sounds good in theory, but that the abortion debate extends beyond it. Burr admits that the “killing a baby” part gives him pause.
“If we’re gonna be honest, that is the whole purpose of the procedure,” the comedian went on to say in the bit. “You’re not going in there because you’ve got an earache. You’re going in there because you’re like, ‘I got a baby in me, get it the f*** out of here.’ Right? You walk in with a baby, you come out without one. What happened to the baby? Right?”
Burr then compared a gestating baby to baking a cake, which is weird, but not entirely crazy. Mostly crazy. Little weird. I don’t know, it makes a strange sort of sense is what I’m getting at.
“It’s not a baby yet, that’s what they say,” Burr says. “Which may or may not be true, I don’t know, I’m not a doctor. But I’ll tell you, my gut tells me, that doesn’t make sense.”
“’It’s not a baby yet’ … that would be like if I was making a cake and I poured some batter in a pan, and I put it in the oven, and then five minutes later you came by and you grabbed the pan and you threw it across the floor, and I went ‘What the f***? You just ruined my birthday cake!’ and then you were like, ‘Well, that wasn’t a cake yet,’” the comedian continued.
Burr added, “It’s like, ‘Well, it would have been if you didn’t do what you just did, there would have been a cake in 50 minutes.’ Something happened to that cake, you cake-murdering son of a b****.”
This isn’t the first time that Burr has critiqued the beliefs of the left. He once dismantled the left’s gender theory, and it was brilliant. He’s mocked feminism as well and has a well-earned reputation for being politically incorrect.
This story syndicated with permission from michael, Author at Trending Politics
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