Anita Hill Claims Pro-Life Americans Hate Women, Oppose Civil Rights

National   |   Kevin Tober   |   Sep 28, 2022   |   4:33PM   |   Washington, DC

On Tuesday night’s Alex Wagner Tonight, the eponymous MSNBC host brought her viewers back into the early 1990s by dragging sexual assault hoaxer Anita Hill on the show to help her sell a book she wrote. During this interview, Wagner predictably asked Hill if she sees chauvinism and misogyny in the Dobbs decision and the subsequent pro-life legislation that it gave rise to.

Wagner, after talking about the Proud Boys, asked Hill: “Do you see the Republican zeal to control a woman’s body as an extension of that chauvinism, obviously pro-life groups will tell you this is about protecting the sanctity of unborn life but do you see the same sort of chauvinism and misogyny that gives rise to the Proud Boys and the Oath Keepers?”

Wagner didn’t specify how pro-lifers are “chauvinist” or “misogynist” but she didn’t need to because Hill jumped right into the fray and lied through her teeth in a rambling and incoherent answer.

Hill recalled how former Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg claimed her “conservative colleagues on the court, were on this unrestrained course to corral rights in this country,” which apparently included “racism in employment, as well as sexual harassment in employment.”

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“Dobbs is that is part of what she was complaining about,” Hill insisted. Adding that “the right part of the conservative part of the courts, to really limit and disrespect the granting of rights. The extension of civil rights.”

Proving once again that she’s just as big of a liar as she was over thirty years ago, Hill repeated the thoroughly debunked lie that the Supreme Court is inclined to rehear the so-called right to same-sex marriage. Hill claimed Thomas is “giving every indication that he’s willing to hear LGBTQ rights put on trial again.”

Wagner apparently agreed with everything Hill said since she responded: “Right, it’s not a question of the judiciary or the legislature or the gubernatorial races. It’s all interlinked.”

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LifeNews Note: Kevin Tober writes for Newsbusters, where this originally appeared.