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President Biden/Biden Administration:
The Redheaded Badass:
It’s a cult!
Uh, oh. Susan’s ‘concerned’ again:
Senator Collins “says she has concerns about the Dems bill to codify Roe v Wade,” reports Punchbowl News’ Jake Sherman. “She said it doesn’t include ‘conscience’ provisions that would allow catholic [sic] hospitals to refuse to perform abortions.”
Miss Lindsey Get His Ass Handed to Him:
Cancún Cruz Gets His Ass Handed to Him:
Because There’s Nothing More Important in the World:
A Real Lunatic, This TFG Candidate:
January 6th Updates:
The Worst People in the World:
‘Boxed Wine’ does McMath and Gets It Wrong; She Lied, Shocking:
Jeanine Pirro wrongly says there are 63 million abortions per year in the U.S.
- The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention puts the 2019 figure at around 629,898. The Guttmacher Institute, a pro-abortion rights research group, estimated there were 862,320 abortions in 2017.
- The number of abortions have been steadily declining over the last decade.
- A Fox News spokesperson told PolitiFact that Pirro was referencing a report by the National Right to Life Committee that estimates 63 million abortions have been performed since the Roe v. Wade decision in 1973.
Put the Straw Away:
Note to Morons with Rs After Their Names:
Majority of Americans say Supreme Court should uphold Roe, Post-ABC poll
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