NBC Reporter Claims Unborn Babies are “Pregnancies That Will Turn Into Children”

National   |   Curtis Houck   |   May 4, 2022   |   2:10PM   |   Washington, DC

One of the more insufferable liberal hacks out there, NBC correspondent Yamiche Alcindor grotesquely minimized life on Tuesday in the wake of Monday’s leaked draft Supreme Court opinion overturning Roe v. Wade, lamenting “women of color…will be forced to have pregnancies that they cannot afford…the will then turn into children” and commiserated with women who believe the end of Roe is “like someone has died.”

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The latter take came thanks to this tweet from Jackson, Mississippi outside the abortion clinic involved in the case (Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization):

Needless to say, it drew a torrent of responses, which our friends at Twitchy summarized as only they could here.

Alcindor followed that up with a liveshot on MSNBC’s MTP Daily, telling fill-in host Kristen Welker that “while women are getting the service that they need today, and they’re getting abortion today, their question is how long?”

As is the case with most of the media coverage on the issue, notice how liberal journalists never show an ounce of concern for and compassion towards the babies whose lives are ended.

Alcindor suggested those in Washington are detached from reality, lamenting those in D.C. are “talking about legislation and talking about what could come next” while “on the ground, where the policy meets the people,” women cursed by the scourge of children:

[T]hey’re saying…women here are going to be put in danger because they’re going to be forced to have pregnancies and have children that they simply cannot afford, or that they simply do not want that it’s not their choice anymore.

After she threw in leftist fear-mongering that gay marriage could be overturned, Welker was in agreement, calling her report “really fascinating.”

Alcindor next relayed a story of privilege, saying one woman she spoke to “had tears in her eyes and said that she went up to the volunteers to thank the — thank them for their work because she said her as a woman who’s an attorney who has the means and resources that she’ll always be able to get an abortion because she’ll be able to fly to one of what they’re calling the 13 Safe States.”

Alcindor’s perverted view of life itself reached its peak when she griped about “pregnancies” resulting in “children” that parents won’t want. Of course, Welker was moved by it and thanked Alcindor for having “[laid] out the real-world impact”

ALCINDOR: But for a lot of vulnerable women, women who are poor, women who are — women of color, they will be forced to have pregnancies that they cannot afford to terminate and pregnancies that will then turn into children that they cannot afford. And one other thing, someone told me here, that Mississippi as a state doesn’t have a lot of safety nets, that the women who are going to be forced to have these children, they’re going to have a really hard time trying to support those children with a state that has not done a lot of the things to extend the sort of benefits that women need in order to get more help and more care to be able to really support their families.

WELKER: We lay out the real-world impact so well, Yamiche.

MSNBC’s ghoulish reduction of children to the status of burdens to humanity was made possible thanks to the endorsement of advertisers such as Dove, Fidelity, and NutriSystem. Follow the links to see their contact information at the MRC’s Conservatives Fight Back page.

LifeNews Note: Curtis Houck writes for Newsbusters, where this column originally appeared.