MSNBC's New Spin: 'White Republican Men Have No Idea How A Baby Is Actually Made'
MSNBC just keeps upping its rhetoric against conservatives, men, and white people in general. Now, according to host Joy Reid and Democratic strategist Kurt Bardella, the new spin against pro-lifers is that they 'don't know how babies are made. Specifically, conservative white men. The two were reacting to the final debate between the two Ohio U.S. Senate candidates, Republican JD Vance and Democrat Tim Ryan.
"39-week abortions. That is not a thing. Pregnancies normally last 41, 42 weeks. The idea that Republicans keep putting up that somehow women are getting to 39 weeks, which is like three weeks or two weeks maybe even one week before they're having a baby and being like, I think I'm going to have an abortion. It is ridiculous but they keep saying it. They keep saying it because no one stops them or calls them out," she said.
Bardella went along with Reid's attack, claiming that Vance and other Republicans don't understand how "a baby is actually made."
"I mean the one thing we’ve seen during the abortion debate that’s unfolding is that most of these White Republican men have no idea how a baby is actually made," he mocked.
Reid agreed, saying, "Do they even know how to make a baby? I don’t think they do, and he [Vance] has kids!"
The show picked a small part of the debate and ran with it while ignoring what Vance was saying. He wants to bring more assistance and opportunities to mothers and protect their right to life. Vance hasn't change this view, here is in 2021:
"My view on this has been very clear and I think the question betrays a certain presumption that is wrong. It’s not whether a woman should be forced to bring a child to term, it’s whether a child should be allowed to live, even though the circumstances of that child’s birth are somehow inconvenient or a problem to the society. The question really, to me, is about the baby. We want women to have opportunities, we want women to have choices, but, above all, we want women and young boys in the womb to have the right to life. Right now our society doesn’t afford that and I think it's a tragedy and I think we can do better."