On Tuesday evening’s edition of MSNBC’s The ReidOut, host Joy Reid and Democrat Party strategist Kurt Bardella smeared the entire pro-life movement by claiming that “white Republican men have no idea how a baby is actually made.” This comes from the party that doesn’t know what a woman is or when life begins.
The segment began with Reid and Bardella lashing out at Ohio Republican Senate nominee J.D. Vance’s comments during a recent Senatorial debate in which Vance made the point that Democrats are fine with women having abortions at 39 weeks or later.
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“39-week abortions. That is not a thing,” Reid insisted in an attempt to gaslight her audience into believing late-term abortions are simply something Republicans made up.
Reid continued to pretend and play dumb:
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.
Next, it was Bardella’s turn to slime pro-life Republicans by claiming “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.”
Reid jumped in to join him and replied in a fake accent in agreement with the clownish comment Bardella made: “Do they know how to make a baby? I don’t think they do, and he has kids!”
Bardella & Reid know full well that late-term abortions are happening and that if the abortionists had their way, abortions at all stages would be conducted on every street corner.
We know this is true because the baby murder mill Planned Parenthood recently announced mobile clinics so they can execute more innocent unborn babies.
They can play dumb all they want, but they are only fooling themselves and their dwindling audience.