She could get struck by lightening too
But this thread isn't about people getting struck by a lighting. This thread is about abortion laws and we're discussing a case directly connected to those laws. We've asked Novichok a hypothetical question.
What is a hypothetical question?
"A hypothetical question is one based on supposition, not facts. They are typically used to elicit opinions and beliefs about imagined situations or conditions that don't exist."
So, no matter how likely it is to happen to Novichok's granddaughter, we want him to imagine
a situation in which his granddaughter is getting raped and gets pregnant when she's 14-years-old, because we want to know how he would react in such a situation.
They don't die. "What if" and risks are not a good reasons to change abortion laws.
Some do die (so, stop lying
), some don't.
But if that's your take on this then answer the question directly. Would you be talking your 14-year-old raped granddaughter to not have an abortion?
Btw, there's nothing to "change" in the abortion law concerning this case. According to Polish abortion law it is legal for a raped girl or a woman to have an abortion.