LISA KENNEDY MONTGOMERY (CO-HOST): And I know a lot of people, a lot of Democrats who say, I am pro-choice, but I don't believe that we should be killing babies after 15 weeks. I certainly don't think that we should be performing these procedures and celebrating them at 20 weeks. You have a lot of Democrats saying, you know, we used to hear safe, legal, and rare. You don't hear that anymore. You hear people chanting about how great abortion is. Regardless of how you feel about whether or not the Court or Congress should be involved, that is not something to be celebrated. And we have lost the plot as a society.
So don't be surprised when there are mass casualty events at the hands of sociopaths when we have so little regard for human life and that starts with basic decent conversations where we have mutual dignity and curiosity. We have to find a way to get back to that place even when we disagree vehemently.
GERALDO RIVERA (CO-HOST): Do you think that people who seek abortions are sociopaths?
KENNEDY: No, I'm saying that mass shooters are sociopaths. Mass shooters and people like that are raised to have very little respect for human life. And I think we have to get back to a place in society where we do have respect for each other, where you don't have people going on the subway and shooting people and trying to kill dozens of people, where you don't have people mowing into a crowd of innocent people at a parade, where you don't have a guy who targets old people in a Black neighborhood at a supermarket because they don't have basic respect for human life. That is a very different question as to whether or not I think abortion is a personal issue. And you know, whether or not that --
RIVERA: I think those are separate conversations.
KENNEDY: They are separate conversations, but the lack of respect for life, it is so massive, it is so pervasive. And that is one of the things that is pulling us apart at the seams.