Spontaneous pregnancies around every corner. https://t.co/eSaqzPY6EA
— Dr. Kankokage (@kankokage) March 14, 2017
Vox health care writer Sarah Kliff may not have felt like covering Kermit “Local Crime Story” Gosnell, but at least she’ll still go to bat for abortion — in her own special way:
CBO: GOP repeal bill would cause "thousands" of unintended pregnancies https://t.co/nM2Mu6FPe6
— Vox (@voxdotcom) March 14, 2017
CBO: GOP repeal bill would cause “thousands” of unintended pregnancies https://t.co/vwZWiks5vs
— Ezra Klein (@ezraklein) March 14, 2017
The Congressional Budget Office’s forecast that 24 million would lose coverage under the GOP health plan got a lot of attention on Monday.
But on Tuesday, Janet Adamy at the Wall Street Journal flagged another important projection that went under the radar. CBO estimated that the GOP plan would cause “thousands” more unintended pregnancies by defunding Planned Parenthood.
OK … wait. The GOP plan would what, now?
— Dean Clancy (@DeanClancy) March 14, 2017
How, pray-tell, does that work?
@voxdotcom repealing a law causes people to have more sex?
— Tom Przystawik (@cheftomsays) March 14, 2017
Congratulations, Sarah Kliff. Yours is a hot take worthy of Chelsea Handler.
@voxdotcom Somebody doesn't know where babies come from.
— Jubal (@JubalLeeMiller) March 14, 2017
Maybe someone should sit the CBO down and explain the birds and the bees to them. https://t.co/hGRxL14mRN
— Tommy (@formerftt) March 14, 2017
And then explain it to Vox, while they’re at it.