No, it didn't really make much sense, but neither did many of Lance's positions.
Tim Pool and Lance dominated the conversation, debating primarily issues concerning women and children. Seamus Coughlin posed a question for Lance.
"You believe that the moment a child is outside of the birth canal that they are now endowed with human rights," Coughlin asked.
"Yes," Lance replied.
"However, when they are inside of the mother literally anything you do to them is acceptable because they're inside of the mother," Coughlin tried to clarify.
"Well no, I don't think anything is acceptable," Lance said, "but I think the mother should still have the choice, ultimate authority over what happens to her body."
"What about meth?" Pool asked, jumping in.
"Uh," Lance began, looking off to the side to gather his thoughts, "like should she be allowed do meth?"
"Uh, I think that if someone is doing meth while they're pregnant that is is completely acceptable for something like uh, I don't know what the name of the service is in the United States?"
The crew determine that he means child protective services.
"Oh, but it's her body though," Pool said.
"Yeah, it's her body," Lance conceded.
"If she wants to do meth what's the big deal?"
"The big deal is that she's intentionally trying to kill a child," Lance said, entirely negating his earlier points about a woman being legally able to choose to kill a child for literally any reason even up to the point of conception.
"Hold on there a minute," Pool said, seeking clarity. "It's her body, if she wants to do meth, what's the problem?"
Lance diverted to the relative legality of methamphetamines.
Earlier in the show, they were discussing a new law in Colorado that permits abortions up to 9 months, which is long past the gestational age of viability. Oregon also is pushing a bill to let minors "of any age" have an abortion without parental knowledge or consent. They also came to a head over gender identity and child sex changes. Colorado is also a so-called sanctuary state for child sex changes.
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