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Matt Walsh: The Charlie Gard case is what happens in a culture of death

Matt Walsh
The Sun UK/ Video

My podcast today continues the conversation about Charlie Gard, the sick child that courts in Europe have sentenced to death. I just read an article that said the hospital is generously giving the parents more time to visit with Charlie before his execution is carried out. They are not allowed to take him home to hold him in their arms as he dies, though. And, of course, they aren't allowed to take him to the U.S. for treatment. He is a prisoner in the hospital, and they are allowed to visit him within the hours the hospital decrees. This is so twisted and evil that I still can't come to terms with it. How does a person wrap his mind around such wickedness?

In this episode of my podcast, I talk about the sacredness of human life. I try my best to explain why all life is precious and deserves to be protected and preserved. I continue to feel sickened by the fact that I must explain these things, but that's where we are as a society.

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