It’s no wonder that liberal media outlets like MSNBC are so devoted to spreading propaganda for Democrats. Their recent coverage of abortion restrictions provides a prime example of their bias and willingness to ignore the facts.
Recently, Katie Phang of the MSNBC show, “The Katie Phang Show”, framed the issue of laws and court rulings limiting abortion with words such as “war on women” and “death sentence”.
In one segment, Phang described restrictions on abortion as a “war on women.” Later, she teased a subsequent segment on a new law in Florida limiting abortion by approvingly quoting a woman who said “being pregnant in Florida is like a death sentence.”
With this kind of rhetoric, it’s no wonder that the pro-abortion lobby is so eager to push their agenda. However, what Phang and her ilk fail to acknowledge is that, no matter what, every abortion ends a human life.
It’s easy for the pro-abortion lobby to focus on the most extreme, heart-wrenching cases and ignore the reality, but what about the overwhelming majority of abortions that are performed as a matter of preference and not medical emergency?
The truth is that the abortion argument is more than just a “war on women” or a “death sentence”. It’s a battle between two sides – those who believe that human life begins at conception and those who do not. And when it comes to abortion, it’s time to start taking the life of the unborn child into consideration.
Katie Phang: “You know, Chloe, we kind of predicted, right, that this war on women was going to keep on going forward, and obviously the next battle is the abortion pill.”
Chloe Atkins [NBC News investigative reporter]: “What we have going on here is all eyes are on the Supreme Court, who is looking at one of, you know, most anticipated abortion-related cases since the overturning of Roe v. Wade in June, Katie.”
And later, one woman says that “being pregnant in Florida is like a death sentence.” How the state’s abortion rollbacks are putting women’s lives in harm’s way.
At the end of the day, it’s important to remember that abortion is not as simple as liberals like to make it out to be. It’s a decision that should be made with both sides in mind – the life of the unborn child and the life of the mother.
You can’t have one without the other. It’s time for liberals to stop using exaggerated language and start considering the facts.
Erica Carlin is an independent journalist, opinion writer and contributor to several news and opinion sources. She is based in Georgia.