“It’s appalling to me to think that he would make those kinds of decisions for other human beings, to basically consign pregnant women to being baby-making machines, followed by 80-year-long caregivers for children with deformed brains,” Grayson said. “It’s not his decision to make.”You can read the rest of his interview here.
"We’ll see people getting sick, we’ll see some people die, and we’ll see a very substantial number of Zika babies born who will be handicapped for their entire lives, dependent for their entire lives,” said Grayson. .
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