I’m pretty sure that if you refuse to say “women” or “woman” when talking about the right to abortion, you are practically disqualified from the debate right from the start. Not to mention “abortion rights”, but that’s another article.
What the hell is a birthing body?
It doesn’t bring out the best view… you know what, we don’t really want to know what a birthing body is.
This tweet. Oh.
The nascent bodies have the right to freedom.
Deciding if or when to become a parent is one of the most personal and life-changing decisions. Access to abortion and reproductive care is a decision that we must trust that every person must make based on what is best for their health and their future.
– Rep. Francesca Hong 홍윤정 (@StateRepHong) May 3, 2022
While many people dragged Hong along as stupid as he was, none did a better job than Megyn Kelly, who used Hong’s Twitter bio to get rid of her.
Complete with pronouns, BLM hookup, masked bullying and refusal to say WOMEN, even when he claims to fight for them. What a comic sketch. https://t.co/6ujc1YJzo4
– Megyn Kelly (@megynkelly) May 4, 2022
Comic sketch really.
Too bad it’s not fun.
– Marlon Christof (@Marlonchristof) May 5, 2022
It’s really starting to feel like we’re living in a weird Twilight Zone.
I’m so confused. He argues that we must trust the people to make this monumental decision, but he also argues that we cannot trust them to vote on that right and it must be legislated by the court. I’m so confused.
– Josh Kohl (@TheRabbiKohl) May 4, 2022
He calls women who give birth to bodies and wants to force people to wear masks, but he doesn’t want any kind of restrictions on abortion of children.
Let’s not pretend it makes sense for anything.
All the rest of this debate aside, I’m so tired of these weird Newspeak neologisms. He’s definitely dystopian.
– Mike Kupari (@RocketPulpHack) May 4, 2022
Good word for the madness we see spewing the left so they can be the best at playing their identity politics game.