Dems Quietly Change Nationwide Abortion Bill, Remove Language Saying MEN Can Become Pregnant

P. Gardner Goldsmith | May 8, 2022
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In a pattern mimicking Joe Biden’s inability to handle the vast chasm between his brain and his mouth, the Democrat lever-pullers in Congress have dodged discussion of their linguistic conflict between reality and fantasy, as well.

Reality: Joe Biden on May 3rd advocated for abortion without constitutional consequences by saying:

The idea that we’re going to make a judgment that is going to say that no one can make the judgment to choose to abort a child based on a decision by the Supreme Court, I think goes way overboard.

Which causes some problems for Biden supporters who believe the fantasy that abortion does not take the life of a human child.

Additional realities: The most fundamental right is the right to live free from aggression and threats by others. There is no right to engage in aggressive violence against others. The US Constitution reserves to the states the power to define capital murder and how it should be punished, the Fourteenth Amendment requires states to apply those statutes equally, to "protect" all lives equally, a fetus is a human life, and, finally, MEN CANNOT CARRY FETUSES OR GIVE BIRTH.

Fantasies: Hardcore leftists such as Senator Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) claim they can federalize a so-called “right” to an abortion. They have proposed Senate Bill 1975, aka the tragically named “Women’s Health Protection Act,” to codify their fantasy and back it through the force of the tax-and-debt-fueled federal police state, and…

And, they initially wrote in the bill that MEN can get pregnant.

As Laurel Duggan reports for The Daily Caller:

Earlier versions of the bill used language tying race and transgenderism to the issue of abortion in its non-binding ‘Findings’ section. Democratic Connecticut Sen. Richard Blumenthal, the bill’s sponsor, told Politico the language had been removed from the bill due to objections from some Democrats.

Indeed, the original bill included a lot more fantasy:

The newest version removed referenced to white supremacy and gender oppression as well as notes clarifying that its provisions applied to anyone with the ‘capacity for pregnancy’ including ‘transgender men, non-binary individuals, those who identify with a different gender, and others,’ according to Politico.

“Transgender men” being, of course, the fantasy term for: women.

Adds Duggan:

’Reproductive Justice seeks to address restrictions on reproductive health, including abortion, that perpetuate systems of oppression, lack of bodily autonomy, white supremacy, and anti-Black racism,’ a previous version of the bill said.

You got that right. They bundle all of it into a great big spitball called “Reproductive Justice,” because, evidently, attaching the word “justice” to anything makes the proposal noble and laudable, even as it panders and, most important, twists the honest meaning of “justice” to accept pure evil: the murder of a human being.

For Blumenthal and the backers of the Senate bill, there is a right to aggressively take the life of an innocent person.

Related: Abortion Pushers Protest At Homes Of Doxxed Supreme Court Justices

Which, of course, is not how rights work.

And federalizing the issue of abortion is not how the US Constitution works. Adds Duggan:

The WHPA would strike down every state law banning abortion in the first six months of pregnancy and would require states to allow abortions in the last trimester, after the point at which a child could survive outside the womb, if a health care worker says pregnancy could hurt the mother’s mental or physical health.

We know the kind of moral poison this represents, and the fact that the Blumenthals of the Senate initially threw in all kinds of pandering to “transgenderism” and race-baiting are, obviously, secondary to the key issue of human life.

But this slippery language, the way it defies reality, and the fact that Blumenthal and associates changed their wording not because it was fantastical, but because it rubbed a few people the wrong way on the political front – those indicate the sheer breadth of ethical emptiness they embrace.

The fact that they draw their salaries off our labor simply adds to the insult.