Right this moment’s a excessive holy day for lefties. On this date, January 22, 1973, the Supreme Court docket dominated in Roe v. Wade and mass infanticide turned the regulation of the land.
Abortion clinic volunteer Lauren Rankin marked the event by complaining that “We Still Have a Long Way to Go.” Forty-eight years and 63 million lives later, the left nonetheless isn’t happy. What’s new?
Rankin needs legal guidelines up to date so girls can have entry to harmful abortion medicine by way of mail with out a physician’s go to. Ostensibly, she’s anxious about girls being too nervous about COVID to go to an abortion clinic. However social distancing is a pretext so girls can abort much more conveniently — one other leftist try to overstep and acquire management.
Rankin’s piece ran in Teen Vogue, which isn’t shocking, contemplating its content material runs middle school Marxism and anal sex tutorials for teen women. Nevertheless it might simply as simply have appeared in any mainstream outlet. Shilling for abortion is an industry-wide obsession and has been for years.
• Artists Amanda Shires, Cyndi Lauper, and Sheryl Crow collaborated on a pro-abortion song launched in the present day to have a good time the anniversary of Roe v. Wade.
• In 2019, People.com shared actress Keke Palmer’s tweet: “I used to be anxious about my profession obligations and afraid that I couldn’t exist as each a profession girl and mom.” Having a profession and being a mom is simply too nice a feat for these frail celebrities. Their position fashions Hillary Clinton, Michelle Obama, and Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who’ve completed each, should not convincing sufficient, apparently.
• Rapper Nicki Minaj as soon as stated stated her abortion “haunted me all my life.” Why does she really feel so responsible?
• Comic Chelsea Handler wrote in Playboy about her first abortion, saying, “I used to be relieved in each doable approach.” Comfort does have relieving properties.
Tinseltown dances across the actuality of abortion. They assume a celebration on January 22 ought to be as globally accepted as Nationwide Espresso Day or Nationwide Cat Day. Reveals how little they consider the extremity of this challenge.
Right this moment shouldn’t be a celebratory occasion. That will be like folks celebrating days of mass shootings, terrorist assaults, and pandemics wiping folks out. Or perhaps the left would have a beer on these days, too, as a result of supposedly dying and destruction deserve congratulations.