CNN Host Proudly Wears Shirt Saying “I Will Aid and Abet Abortion”

National   |   Micaiah Bilger   |   Jul 11, 2022   |   8:55PM   |   Washington, DC

CNN host W. Kamau Bell proudly displayed his pro-abortion position Friday on the air for all to see.

According to Townhall, Bell, who hosts the new CNN show “United Shades of America,” wore a T-shirt from the pro-abortion group Shout Your Abortion during an on-air interview.

“So I just want to make sure people know where I stand on a woman’s right to choose,” Bell said, standing up and displaying the black and pink shirt.

The T-shirt read, “I will aid and abet abortion,” a reference to the Texas heartbeat law, which prohibits abortion activists from helping to abort unborn babies in violation of the law, such as by paying for the abortion or assisting with the procedure.

Bell also joked that he was “competing with President Biden” because the president issued an executive order on abortion around the same time Friday morning, according to the report.

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The pro-abortion bias of CNN and other traditional news outlets has become increasingly clear in recent years. A new Gallup poll found Americans’ trust in news outlets is at a historic low, with only 11 percent saying they trust television news and 16 percent saying they trust newspapers.

While mainstream news outlets often portray the overturning of Roe v. Wade as radical and extreme, polls consistently show that Americans support stronger protections for unborn babies than what the 1973 ruling allowed. LifeNews highlighted 14 recent polls here.

For nearly 50 years, Roe forced states to legalize abortion on demand up to viability. As a result, more than 63 million unborn babies were killed in abortions. On June 24, the U.S. Supreme Court granted a huge victory for life when it overturned Roe.

Now, states are allowed to protect unborn babies from abortion again, and more than a dozen already are doing so. The Charlotte Lozier Institute estimates more than 120,000 unborn babies are being saved from abortion as a result.