MSNBC host Stephanie Ruhle, like all MSNBC hosts, feels quite troubled by the possibility that Roe v. Wade will actually be struck down by the Supreme Court overnight and that abortion will immediately become illegal in every single state and that forced birth will be the norm and that we will live in the handmaid’s tale. It doesn’t matter that Roe v. Wade’s departure would do none of these things and would in effect leave abortion legislation alone to the states.
Either way, poor Stephanie is very concerned about what the “abortion ban” will mean that isn’t happening to testicular owners getting ovarian owners pregnant. Are testicular owners aware of what it would mean to limit miscarriages?
Child support is usually 1/4 of a father’s income.
Are states preparing women for a possible abortion ban by preparing men for the logical obligation they will face?
– Stephanie Ruhle (@SRuehle) May 5, 2022
Oh. This is deep.
Oh wow I hadn’t considered the long-term effects of not killing children! https://t.co/RdLDUWnri9
– Stephen Clark (@oye_clark) May 5, 2022
The obligation that men will have to face is very logical. Or at least that It should and for anyone who understands what children are like.
It might surprise you to find that most of us non-uterine people who have, do not give birth, born with a penis were fully aware of this since we were around 14 years old. https://t.co/2LunXriIAC
– Machsimus Delicious Sexinus (@ Machovell1an) May 5, 2022
Is the idea that men should be responsible for the children they create really that radical and out of the ordinary? For example, we’re pretty sure pro-lifers understand that it takes two people to tango and that women deserve to be emotionally supported. Other financially from the men who get them pregnant.
Actually, ma’am, that’s what good parents do: they teach the consequences. Not everything is the responsibility of the state. https://t.co/MAldnPCh2Z
– Whatever (@ DRussell76) May 5, 2022
It’s nice how many leftists are turning into conservatives. I love how they discovered what conservatives have lobbied for years and now understand the wisdom of those policies. https://t.co/ymCdJk6Nzn
– Robb Allen (@ItsRobbAllen) May 5, 2022
The next thing Stephanie Ruhle et al. it will tell us is that limiting abortion will make it more difficult for minority women to kill their unborn children.
Editor’s Note: We fixed a typo in the title of this post.