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Deranged Democrats employed absurd doublespeak to defend the murder of babies inside the womb during a House hearing Thursday.
In a House Committee on Oversight and Reform hearing dubbed, “A State of Crisis: Examining the Urgent Need to Protect and Expand Abortion Rights and Access,” Democrats argued Texas’ S.B. 8 law banning abortion after 6 weeks was an affront to women’s rights.
The action was documented and clipped on Twitter by Grabien’s Tom Elliott. As usual, Dems threw every label they could at the issue, including white supremacy, racism, comparisons to Hitler and more.
Mass. Rep Ayanna Pressley (D) led the charge running down the list of LGBT groups and claiming abortion bans are “rooted in a patriarchy and white supremacy.”
.@AyannaPressley: Pro-life laws hurt “our lowest income sisters, our queer, trans and nonbinary siblings; black, Latinx, AAPI, immigrants, disabled & indigenous folks. And none of this is happenstance … These bans are rooted in a patriarchy and white supremacy." pic.twitter.com/Li5XOrclPt— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) September 30, 2021
Pro-life laws hurt “our lowest income sisters, our queer, trans and nonbinary siblings; black, Latinx, AAPI, immigrants, disabled & indigenous folks,” she said, without a hint of irony that most abortion clinics are located in low-income black and brown neighborhoods.
Leftist political activist Gloria Steinem invoked Hitler during her time, claiming the Nazi leader’s first move was to ban abortion clinics.
Congresswoman Jackie Speier (D-Cali.) on the other hand went at the issue from a different angle, bizarrely claiming “abortion is safer than childbirth.”
Texas-based abortion provider Ghazaleh Moayedi had the awkward stance of arguing that murdering a baby in the womb “is a blessing,” and “an act of love.”
Dr. Ghazaleh Moayedi: “Abortion is a blessing; abortion is an act of love; abortion is freedom” pic.twitter.com/nkQ8L0ILRW— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) September 30, 2021
The abortion doctor later asserted that abortion has been used historically as a “method of upholding white supremacy.”
Dr. Moayedi: “Our country is actually founded on reproductive control & coercion of enslaved Africans and of indigenous people. So this is actually a historical tactic in our country, and a method of upholding white supremacy, so that has not changed and continues today" pic.twitter.com/qxYtP7y7Gf— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) September 30, 2021
Abortion activist Maleeha Aziz, who works for the Texas Equal Access Fund and admits to having two abortions, called Texas’ restrictions “racist,” and “classist,” adding that they filled her with “rage.”
Abortion activist Maleeha Aziz: Prohibiting taxpayer funding for abortion is "classist" and "racist" … "it fills me with rage" pic.twitter.com/TLAvjy8S3n— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) September 30, 2021
Later, Aziz ludicrously claimed that men can get pregnant.
Abortion activist Maleeha Aziz: “As we know, people get pregnant and not just women." pic.twitter.com/XZiRXwJXwW— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) September 30, 2021
Another California congressman, Rep. Ro Khanna (D) claimed he couldn’t believe his “unpatriotic” Republican colleagues would give a “false impression” of who Margaret Sanger was.
Rep. Khanna must not be aware that Planned Parenthoods across America are struggling to reconcile with the “racist legacy” of the clinic’s founder Margaret Sanger, whose work was steeped in race-based eugenics and population control.
Meanwhile, AOC came out of left field claiming she’s a rape “survivor.”
Fortunately, there were adults in the room like Rep. Burgess Owens (R-Utah) who broke down systemic issues leading to abortion which need to be addressed, like abandonment by black fathers in urban communities.
“We’ve lost 20 million black babies in the last four years, 40 percent of my race has been exterminated because we don’t have men that will sit there and say, ‘I will take care of my kids. I’ll protect my child. I’ll make sure they grow up and get a good education. I’ll make sure they’re protected in my home and not leave it to their mother to do it on their own.’ And if we can’t be honest about that, how in the world are we ever gonna get this taken care of?”
During Owens speech, Democrats repeatedly attempted to interrupt him by speaking over him.
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