Posted: Sep 15, 2021 12:01 AM
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The “progressives” among us who fervently argue for abortion do not argue calmly or rationally when they are losing. As state legislators in Austin debated the “Texas Heartbeat Act,” outlawing abortions after a baby’s heartbeat can be detected at six weeks, Planned Parenthood boss Alexis McGill Johnson accused the bill’s backers of cruelty.
“The cruelty is the point,” she proclaimed, “and we will not let it stand.”
So the abortion conglomerate that dismembers and murders over 300,000 unborn babies for money every year is accusing someone else of engaging in cruelty. It’s cruelty to object to their cruelty.
The abortion industry can always count on TV entertainers to rally to their side with all the anger and profanity they can muster. Our so-called comedians erupted in foam-flecked attacks on the conservative legislators of Texas after the Supreme Court declined to overturn this law.
On NBC’s “Late Night with Seth Meyers,” the host bitterly complained anti-abortion advocates don’t have a majority in the Court and “they