Democrat Candidate Aborted Her Child To “Have A Better Life”

( )- Alexandra Hunt, 29, is running for the Democratic nomination for a congressional seat in the Philadelphia region, and she’s trying to leverage her tawdry past to gain an advantage over her opponents.

Hunt opted to work as a sex worker as a young adult while studying psychology at the University of Richmond, and she now has her sights set on Congress. She also wants the world to know that she has never regretted her decision to have an abortion.

Her pro-drug campaign platform also includes more abortion access, the legalization of prostitution, and other radical pledges that would destroy the backbone of American civilization. While Hunt’s campaign portrays her as a young soccer coach, the club she coached fired her once it was uncovered that she had worked as a sex prostitute. Hunt refused to cease portraying her background as virtuous.

In an op-ed for HuffPost, Hunt argued that sex work is only perceived negatively because of misogyny. It is an empowering job that allows women to embrace their sexuality and utilize it to bring both money and power to level the playing field.

Hunt, who became pregnant at the age of 18, claims she chose to kill her unborn child because her generation is faced with a lack of jobs, a lack of living wage, a housing crisis, an affordable housing crisis, a student debt crisis, the climate emergency, the prison-industrial complex, and other ills.

“I wanted to provide a better life for my child,” she explained.

But she provided death for her child.

The former sex worker launched an OnlyFans account on Wednesday to support her campaign. For those unaware, OnlyFans is an online site that allows prostitutes, amateur models, and professional adult film performers to sell smut straight to their fans.

While characterizing sex workers as moral members of society is repulsive in and of itself, Hunt isn’t satisfied. She believes that they should also be allowed as instructors in schools.

Hunt’s literature contains many questionable opinions, including support for a high school teacher who was sacked when it was discovered she had been using school computers to operate a pornographic website. Hunt also backed a preschool instructor who was sacked after she refused to stop doing pornography. When someone claims that education is the cornerstone of their campaign, these are weird views to adopt.

Like many young progressives, Hunt views any form of stigma as destructive to society. Every institution, from personal responsibility to marriage faithfulness to the value of monogamy—and even the sanctity of life—is viewed as an evil that must be eradicated. It makes no difference how many kids are aborted, how many young women are trafficked, or how many marriages are destroyed. A slew of unconnected explanations accompanies every unpleasant outcome.

After all, how could Hunt justify terminating her adolescent pregnancy? She was concerned about global warming.