Yet another news organization has invited many replies along these lines:
Seriously? Biased much?
— Release the magic smoke 🐻🐻🚪🌲 (@mitchbear) June 8, 2022
That came after Reuters deleted a tweet calling activists who interrupted a WNBA game “pro-abortion” and then replaced it with the preferred talking point on the Left:
CORRECTION: Pro-choice protesters briefly interrupted a WNBA game at the Barclays Center in New York City. We are deleting a previous tweet that incorrectly referred to the protesters as 'pro-abortion' pic.twitter.com/g3IZuEt014
— Reuters (@Reuters) June 8, 2022
Reuters clearly had angered some on the left who are pro-abortion.
They are pro-abortion.
— Dan 🇺🇸 (@danieltobin) June 8, 2022
Reuters deleted “pro-abortion” when in fact that’s exactly what they are:
While some of the women — who took their tops off but covered their chests — rushed down to the court mid-game, others held up signs in support of the Roe v. Wade ruling.
Video footage taken by onlookers at the game shows the Rise Up 4 Abortion Rights protesters marching to the game holding up signs in support of abortion rights, while others were smothered in green paint.
The women were eventually escorted out by security.
No charges were filed, according to the NYPD.
One sign read, “Overturn Roe? Hell no!” while another read, “Abortion on demand & without apology.”
That sounds pretty “pro-abortion” to us!
Why are you deleting it? They ARE pro-abortion. In fact, it seems to be an article of faith to them. https://t.co/62FOtpID06
— Suzy Que (@SuzyQue27155082) June 8, 2022
Reuters was correct the first time. https://t.co/gyB4hZySsA
— John Howson (@johnh33) June 8, 2022
Pro abortion was more accurate. https://t.co/MlrwGopQd2
— Kelly Meyer (@Lifelightofmen) June 8, 2022