Elizabeth “Fake Indian” Warren Argues That Government Should Not Control Your Choices

In attempting to argue against Amy Coney Barrett because of her pro-life beliefs, Warren makes an interesting admission

We Know Exactly How Amy Coney Barrett Feels About Abortion
The decision whether or not to bear a child is “central to a woman’s life, to her dignity. It is a decision she must make for herself. When Government controls that decision for her, she is being treated as less than a fully adult human responsible for her own choices.”

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said that 30 years ago, at her Supreme Court confirmation hearing. She understood that reproductive freedom is foundational to equality, and critical to women’s health and economic security. Without access to high-quality reproductive health care — including contraception and safe, legal abortion — we cannot have true equality.

But President Trump, Senate Republicans, and their extremist allies don’t care. They’ve spent almost four years of the Trump administration — and the many years before — undermining health care and turning back the clock on reproductive rights. That’s why they nominated Amy Coney Barrett to sit on the Supreme Court. She’s the ticket for a desperate, right-wing party that wants to hold onto power a little longer in order to impose its extremist agenda on the entire country.

President Trump and his Republican enablers have tried to deny this obvious fact. The president recently said that he “didn’t know” how Barrett would rule on reproductive rights, and Republicans in the Senate have fallen in line. The Republican Party knows the large majority of Americans don’t support overturning Roe v. Wade. They benefit when we stay on the sidelines — and they want us to sit back and stay quiet while our fundamental freedoms are on the line.

First off, no one but fringe religious folks are talking about restricting contraceptives. Even the Catholic Church, which had been against the use of contraceptives by Catholics not that long ago, was never pushing for the government to do away with them. This is the current talking point for liberals, who are adding contraception in as way to pretend that this isn’t all about aborting babies because some people had irresponsible, casual, unprotected sex. Also, there is no right to abortion nor contraceptives. Not in the Constitution. Nor are hamburgers.

Access to birth control has changed the economic futures of millions of women, and access to safe abortion care is an economic issue, too. For a young couple with modest wages and piles of student loan debt, the decision to start or expand a family is a powerful economic issue. For a woman working two jobs with two kids in day care, an unplanned pregnancy can upend budgets already stretched too far. For a student still in high school or working toward a college degree, it can derail the most careful plans for financial independence. Indeed, one of the most common reasons that women decide to have an abortion is because they can’t afford to raise a child.

See? Liz mentioned in previous paragraphs all the suits regarding abortion that are pending for the Supreme Court: what does birth control have to do with this, other than a red herring, a fear-mongering talking point? Republicans would much rather that people have birth control, they just don’t think that Other People should be forced to pay for it. If you buy a car, the taxpayers shouldn’t have to pay for your gas, right? If you want to lead a life of hookups, buy your own contraceptives. No one in the GOP will stop you.

And let’s be explicitly clear: If these attacks succeed, they will have disproportionately negative consequences for women of color, who are already facing some of the most insurmountable barriers to abortion care. Rich women will still have access to abortion and reproductive care, but it will be Black and Brown women, women with low incomes, women who can’t afford to take time off from work, and young women who were raped or molested by a family member who will be the most vulnerable.

Very interesting: Warren, like most of her Democratic Party Comrades, thinks most black and brown women are too stupid and lazy to get a good paying job where they can afford a couple bucks for condoms, $7 a week for birth control pills. As far as raped and molested by a family member, how often does that really happen? Barely ever. Same party also wants to get rid of the police that put an end to those crimes, along with catching non-family member rapists.

But, let’s go back to that subhead quote “The decision whether or not to bear a child is “central to a woman’s life, to her dignity. It is a decision she must make for herself. When Government controls that decision for her, she is being treated as less than a fully adult human responsible for her own choices.” ” By using that RGB quote Liz is arguing that government should get the ever loving f*ck out of our lives, right? Yet, her party pushes for control of everything. Our health insurance, our healthcare. What kind of vehicle we can drive, where we can go, where we can work, what kind of house we can buy, what kind of foods are allowed. Insert all the other things here, there are too many to name. Heck, they want to force us to wear masks, even with fines and arrests, treating us less than a fully adult human responsible for our own choices.

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One Response to “Elizabeth “Fake Indian” Warren Argues That Government Should Not Control Your Choices”

  1. Dana says:

    The left are pro-choice on exactly one thing. Everything else, they want the government to mandate.

    Joe Biden not only supports an unlimited abortion license, but wants the federal government to pay for abortions. Mr Biden wants to force Catholic nuns to offer contraception coverage in their insurance plans. Mr Biden and Mrs Emhoff not only support idiocy such as same-sex ‘marriage’ and transgenderism, but want to use the power of law to force other Americans to ‘recognize’ these things and accept them as legitimate.

    Not just no, but Hell no!

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