That’s a rhetorical question, of course.

State Senator Wendy Davis, who got famous for literally standing for abortion, now seems to be walking those pretty pink sneakers of hers backwards:



“My concern, even in the way the 20-week ban was written in this particular bill, was that it didn’t give enough deference between a woman and her doctor making this difficult decision, and instead tried to legislatively define what it was,” Davis said.

Davis said she could have supported a bill that contained only a 20-week ban, but the law’s restrictions on clinics and doctors have greatly curtailed access to the procedure in parts of Texas.

“It was the least objectionable,” she said. “I would have and could have voted to allow that to go through, if I felt like we had tightly defined the ability for a woman and a doctor to be making this decision together and not have the Legislature get too deep in the weeds of how we would describe when that was appropriate.”

Quite a turnaround, no? NRO’s Charles C.W. Cooke has more here.

Seriously. Pretty soon, she’ll be forgetting her own name.

We’re guessing even more Davis supporters are gonna want their donations back.

Davis’ gubernatorial opponent Greg Abbott doesn’t even need to do anything at this point other than just sit back and enjoy the train wreck.

We love the smell of toast in the morning.

Perfect! It really does suck to be Wendy Davis, and you know what? We’re OK with that.



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