As Twitchy reported, Republicans have scheduled a vote Monday on a 20-week abortion ban that Sen. Kamala Harris deems “immoral.” The hot takes keep coming from Democratic senators, such as Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, who seems to think that if Congress were 51 percent female, the argument would be settled already.
If women made up 51% of Congress, do you think we would still be fighting to protect a woman’s right to choose? Do you think that the Senate would be voting on a dangerous 20-week abortion ban?
— Kirsten Gillibrand (@SenGillibrand) January 27, 2018
Absolutely not, huh? Does she ever tire of being wrong?
This an asinine thing to say. https://t.co/tW0nQtGfX7
— Senate Popular VotEEE (@EEElverhoy) January 27, 2018
Let's try that, but with 51% of them being pro-life. https://t.co/SSffAAxSOh
— Tracy (@tgrif74) January 27, 2018
Because every women believes in abortion. ?????? https://t.co/4382z4Vh4N
— Jason Kost (@KostJason) January 27, 2018
— Mike Partyka (@MichaelJPartyka) January 27, 2018
— Persnickety (@Dawnsfire) January 27, 2018
Recent Marist polling shows that two-thirds of Americans support a 20-week abortion ban, incl. more than half of Democrats and pro-choice voters. 78% of women want abortion limited to the first three months of pregnancy or cases of rape, incest, or to save the mother's life. https://t.co/UY8WmU8mLk
— Alexandra DeSanctis (@xan_desanctis) January 27, 2018
The vast majority of Americans, which includes most women, believe abortion should be illegal after three months of pregnancy according to Gallup. You are an extremist and don’t represent women on the issue. https://t.co/NZ6uQpK3np https://t.co/0nF4EngmeK
— Katie Pavlich (@KatiePavlich) January 28, 2018
Yes. Sen. Gillibrand seems to be assuming that all women think like she does. I'd hazard to definitively state that is categorically untrue. https://t.co/dYdByh62NX
— David Silverman (@davidssilverman) January 27, 2018
The vote would've happened a long time ago Gillibrand. You are a partisan hack who thinks that every woman supports YOUR agenda, WE DON'T because at 20 weeks #TheyFeelPain. Countries all around the world have provisions like this because science has shown so much. Read up on it. https://t.co/mrS5L2tVSS
— LiterallyYourCalmRelative???? (@KristinBoymom) January 27, 2018
If the women who made up 51% of Congress weren't fucking ghouls like you, yeah. I think we'd still be voting for the 20 week ban. https://t.co/vYJ3mwj7lI
— Sexiest Jedi Alive (@LaBeardGuy) January 27, 2018
Why do you believe that all women are in favor of unrestricted abortion? And how is a 20-week ban, which almost every other country in the world has, dangerous? https://t.co/yNpQwb0T8X
— Patrick H. (@trogdor8768) January 27, 2018
It depends on the views of the women in your hypothetical congress, doesn't it?
Unless you're suggesting that a prerequisite for womanhood is to agree with you on abortion, which of course would be ridiculous. https://t.co/szphpUVk1X
— Joseph Ashby (@JosephAshbyShow) January 27, 2018
Hey, it was a prerequisite to participate in the Women’s March, so …
Ladies & Gentlemen, a Democrat Presidential hopeful for 2020.
1- Women are stupid; we can't make a life altering decision within 5 months.
2- Performing abortions on babies that can feel the pain is totally ok.
3- Women are stupid but we need more in Congress. https://t.co/aIdTyNsd0a
— ?✈️Lt. Col. Shitlord?✈️ (@AnnKelly007) January 27, 2018