Fox News contributor Fr. Jonathan Morris blasted two Democratic governors on Wednesday for their "crazy" stance on late-term abortion.

Tucker Carlson reported on Andrew Cuomo of New York, who recently signed a law allowing abortion up until the moment of birth -- which also removed legal protections for the unborn -- and Ralph Northam of Virginia, who made controversial remarks on a Washington, D.C. radio program.

Northam considered the case of aborting a full-term baby, noting that the "infant" would be "kept comfortable" while doctors and the mother decide what to do with it.

As Fox News reported:

Democratic Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam came under fire Wednesday after he waded into the fight over a controversial abortion bill that one sponsor said could allow women to terminate a pregnancy up until the moment before birth -- with critics saying Northam indicated a child could be killed after birth. … 

Northam... said that third-trimester abortions are done with ‘the consent of obviously the mother, with consent of the physician, multiple physicians by the way, and it’s done in cases where there may be severe deformities or there may be a fetus that’s not viable.’

‘So in this particular example if a mother is in labor, I can tell you exactly what would happen, the infant would be delivered. The infant would be kept comfortable.

The infant would be resuscitated if that’s what the mother and the family desired, and then a discussion would ensue between the physicians and the mother.

"This is not a crazy activist group, this is the governor of Virginia," Morris said on "Tucker Carlson Tonight," noting that Northam is a former pediatric surgeon from the Eastern Shore.

"The world has gone crazy," he added.

Cuomo is a Roman Catholic, who comes from a prominent New York Catholic family.


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"Anyone who would agree with this, including Governor Cuomo, they should not be receiving Communion themselves," Morris said of the debate over whether the lawmaker's pro-choice stance allows him to receive the Eucharist.

Morris said it was wrong for Cuomo and the New York State Senate to celebrate a bill that "got rid of the idea that there is a personhood of the unborn."

The State Senate chamber erupted in applause and Cuomo ordered the new World Trade Center to light its spire pink, following the bill's passage.

Northam's office later pushed back on the reporting, saying through a spokesperson that GOP critics were "trying to play politics with women's health."

"No woman seeks a third trimester abortion except in the case of tragic or difficult circumstances, such as a nonviable pregnancy or in the event of severe fetal abnormalities, and the governor's comments were limited to the actions physicians would take in the event that a woman in those circumstances went into labor. Attempts to extrapolate these comments otherwise is in bad faith and underscores exactly why the governor believes physicians and women, not legislators, should make these difficult and deeply personal medical decisions," said Communications Director Ofirah Yheskel.

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