No, it’s not a 1950s horror movie. It’s 2022 abortion politics.
When someone not yet identified leaked an impending Supreme Court ruling to overturn Roe v. Wade, the ruling that “legalized” abortion without any legislation, Democrats and the rest of the Far Left scream machine went off like dynamite.
Then Senate Democrats rushed to “codify” abortion by making a law to support it. They already had a bill guaranteeing nationwide “abortion rights,” but it failed last year because it was too full of Crazy. So they modified it, trying to make it sound like something not written by untreated mental patients, and a few days ago, put it up for a vote as the Women’s Health Protection Act”–
–Which, once you got past the title, made not one mention of women–unless you want to count the one about allrestrictions on abortion “are rooted in misogyny.” Otherwise, pregnant women were replace by “all people with the capacity for pregnancy.”
Yup, he’s back. The Pregnant Man returns.
I think the Dems should dump the donkey and adopt the Pregnant Man as their party’s mascot.
I have to go to the store now, but stay tuned for some huuuuge big nooze a little later!
Joe Collidge will check in, but there’s bigger nooze than that–
–Has the Pregnant Man returned already? He hasn’t been defenestrated?
My bloodwork is in, by the way: looks like I’m good for another year. I did have COVID, though: but we thought so. Now I have natural antibodies. Ditto Patty. But we think it was COVID that carried off our little Peep.
Do these accredited medical professionals really, truly believe that a man can be pregnant? And if they don’t believe it, then why are they saying it?
Someone should put up a million-dollar prize for any doctor who can prove he’s seen a pregnant man–and not some trannie who says she’s a man. No one will ever claim that prize.
Be honest now–if you have a serious injury or illness, do you want to be treated by anyone who’s that dishonest or that ignorant, as to ask a man if he’s pregnant? This transgender/gender-fluid wackiness is climbing higher and higher, like gangrene creeping up a patient’s leg.