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“It’s immoral”: Clown Harris Equates Pro-lifers to Pedophiles [Video]

During a recent interview on ABC, late-night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel set up Kamala Harris to fearmonger about the supposed threat to reproductive rights. Kimmel began with the gentlest of questions, asking Harris if she supports abortion. After Harris confirmed her support, Kimmel directed the conversation towards the recent Supreme Court decision on Roe v. Wade, asking if this was something she ever expected to happen in her lifetime.

Harris responded by placing the blame on former President Trump and his Supreme Court appointments, claiming they were hand-picked to overturn Roe v. Wade. She then went on to fearmonger about the criminalization of doctors and nurses, comparing pro-life laws to those who molest children. This analogy is not only offensive, but also completely baseless and ignores the fact that pro-life laws aim to protect innocent lives, not harm them.

Kimmel then shifted the discussion towards birth control, claiming that most people are not aware that laws restricting abortion can also affect access to contraception. Harris played along with this fearmongering, making the unfounded claim that birth control will be at risk if more pro-life laws are passed. This only serves to further perpetuate the false narrative that Republicans are out to restrict women’s reproductive rights, rather than protect the lives of the unborn.

Harris then brings up her background in prosecuting cases involving child abuse and sexual assault, using it as a personal justification for her pro-abortion stance. However, this does not change the fact that abortion involves taking the life of a child, while pro-life laws aim to protect the rights of both the woman and the unborn.

Kimmel continues to stoke fears, claiming that the Supreme Court can make decisions that are unpopular with the American people, despite the fact that the majority of Americans do not support unrestricted abortion. He also cites a statistic that shows 88% of Americans support access to contraception, seemingly implying that Republicans want to restrict access to birth control. This line of thinking ignores the fact that Republicans simply want to protect religious freedom and conscience rights of those in the medical field who oppose certain forms of birth control.


In response to Kimmel’s question about the supposed flaw in the system, Harris brings up the infamous Dred Scott decision, equating it to the Supreme Court’s recent ruling on abortion. This comparison is not only flawed, but also offensive, as Dred Scott ruled that certain individuals are property and have no rights, while pro-life laws seek to protect the rights of the unborn.

This interview serves as a prime example of how biased and fearmongering the media can be when discussing issues related to abortion and reproductive rights.

No doubt, Kimmel and Harris have a pro-choice agenda and are using their platforms to push this narrative, rather than engage in a fair and balanced discussion.

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