If you were wondering how pro-abortion groups were taking the recently passed restrictions in several states, let’s check in on NARAL to find out.
They're coming for women.
They're coming for doctors.
They're coming for Roe.
But we're the majority—and we're NOT going back. Join us, @MoveOn, @IndivisibleTeam, @PPact @ACLU, and more in the streets on 5/21. Find a #StopTheBans event near you: https://t.co/G4OqYZwl5F pic.twitter.com/sE8fP14NeV
— NARAL (@NARAL) May 17, 2019
A. “They’re coming for women” is not happening at all.
'This is a lie'! AOC's case against the Alabama anti-abortion bill is dripping with dishonesty https://t.co/9GnQLKrwMk
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) May 15, 2019
B. The “majority”?
— The Daily Signal (@DailySignal) January 18, 2018
A lopsided majority — 76 percent — believe that legal abortion should be limited to the first trimester, permitted only in very rare circumstances (rape, incest, or to save the mother’s life), or barred entirely. Support for these pro-life reforms includes 61 percent of Democrats and 78 percent of independents. And even if you excise the ‘first trimester’ option, fully 50 percent of Americans believe abortion should only be legally allowed in a handful of narrow circumstances, or not at all.
C. The irony of “they’re coming for Roe.”
Interesting to read "They're coming for Roe." when the original "Roe," Norma McCorvey, ended up pro-life. https://t.co/rDUlAmU9Fv
— Jeryl Bier (@JerylBier) May 17, 2019
"They're coming for Roe."
Norma McCorvey, aka Jane Roe, became pro life. https://t.co/ru8Vtg8548
— Nachman Mostofsky (@Mostofsky) May 17, 2019
But, hey, Elizabeth Warren’s ready to march!
If you’re angry about right-wing Republicans’ plan to reverse Roe, now’s the time to get organized and fight back. https://t.co/aYwXjPa0iq
— Elizabeth Warren (@ewarren) May 17, 2019