GOP Senator Humiliates Libs, Schools Chuck Todd On Abortion Pill
Liberal media outlets like NBC News have been trying to present the abortion debate in a biased light. Recently, anchor Chuck Todd asked Republican Louisiana Sen. Bill Cassidy a question about a federal judge’s ruling on the abortion pill, mifepristone.
Todd asked Cassidy whether the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) insight on the safe use of the drug should matter, citing the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology. But Cassidy was quick to point out that Todd was inaccurately framing the question.
“I think you’re going back to the assertion that the principle basis of the court case in Texas was about the safety, and I think specifically it said that the accelerated pathway was supposed to approve a drug to treat an illness,” Cassidy said. “It is a stretch to call a pregnancy an illness and of course, obviously we know what happens to the unborn baby. And so, I’m not really quite sure you’re framing this question accurately.”
It’s clear that the liberal media is playing politics with the abortion debate, and that they’re more focused on advancing their pro-choice agenda than they are in accurately framing the debate.
It’s also worth noting that Democratic New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Corez and Republican South Carolina Rep. Nancy Mace have called on the FDA to ignore the judge’s ruling, arguing that judges should not interfere in the agency’s decision.
The issue of abortion is a cultural and social issue, and the laws in different states will vary depending on the values of the people in that state. Republican New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu has commented on this, saying that the public has a perception that Republicans are “trying to massively blow up the system” by overturning Roe v. Wade.
But Cassidy argued that this isn’t the case. He said that overturning Roe v. Wade would simply allow the individual states to decide their own laws on abortion, and that it would not result in a nationwide ban.
It’s clear that the liberal media is attempting to frame the abortion debate in a way that benefits their pro-choice agenda, and it’s important that we push back against this. We should all be able to agree that this decision should be left up to the people in each state, and not be dictated by the liberal media.