Apparently, there really is a TikTok account for everyone.
Canadian social media influencer and Victoria's Secret model Ali Tate Cutler has been promoting euthanasia — or Medical Assistance in Dying — on her social media pages.
In the videos, she asks her grandmother a series of questions about her choice to euthanize herself, and the grandmother provides very positive answers on the matter.
The grandma claims it's “painless” and says she is “looking forward” to it.
BlazeTV host Sara Gonzales of "The News & Why It Matters" is not a fan.
“Man, we are at a really weird place where we are. They’re sensationalizing killing yourself,” Gonzales says.
Fellow BlazeTV host Dave Landau agrees.
“I don’t understand why somebody who seems of sound mind and body is being encouraged to die. I don’t think that makes sense,” Landau says.
But it’s not just the terminally ill or elderly who are being offered this treatment.
“It’s not just those people; they’ve extended it to even teenagers and people who suffer from mental health problems. So you can be like ‘I’m depressed, I don’t see a way out, I just want to kill myself,’ and they will allow you to do that in Canada,” Gonzales explains.
Landau believes MAID is a “long-term answer to a short-term problem.”
“You go over to some place like Canada where it’s like, ‘Well, we have universal health care now.’ It’s like, ‘All right, it’s not the best, but we do have a universal suicide option,'” Landau mocks.
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