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Megyn And Clinton Want to Bring Back Mark Uterus


At the Republican presidential debate, moderator and FOX News anchor Megyn Kelly tried to ambush Donald Trump.

After reminding The Donald that he had “called women you don’t like fat pigs, dogs, slobs and disgusting animals,” Kelly asked the candidate a rhetorical question that was supposed to eviscerate him, “How will you answer the charge from Hillary Clinton, who is likely to be the Democratic nominee, that you are part of the war on women?”

For the record, when it comes to insults, Trump is equal opportunity all the way. He’s made disparaging remarks about McCain’s war record, called Lindsay Graham an “idiot” and a “stiff” and said Rick Perry started wearing glasses to look smarter, “and it just doesn’t work.” But none of them are whining about it, or saying that Trump is part of a war on establishment Republicans.

The reality-TV star just shrugged off Megyn’s attack with, “What I say is what I say” and “I think the big problem this country has is being politically correct.”

He should have said: “Megyn, the Republican war on women is a myth concocted by the Democratic party and its poodle media. You want to talk about a war on women? Hillary led the ‘bimbo-eruption’ squad that destroyed the reputations of women who accused her husband of sexual assault.”

The FOX personality grilled several of the candidates on how much their policies would harm women. She asked Scott Walker, “Would you really let a mother die rather than have an abortion?” Megyn, who’s really up on women’s issues, doesn’t know that modern medicine has precluded the possibility of any woman needing an abortion to save her life.

Hillary, the DNC and The New York Times acted on cue. (If you didn’t know better, you’d think Megyn’s assault was orchestrated.) After noting that Scott Walker and Jeb Bush want to defund Planned Parenthood, which provides “vital preventive care, cancer screenings, breast exams (and) birth control,” Madame Secretary warned, “If this feels like a full-on assault on women’s health care, that’s because it is.”

Memo to Democratic candidates: When talking about the nation’s largest abortion provider, never use the word “abortion.” Instead, like Hillary, refer to Planned Parenthood as “the country’s leading provider of reproductive health care” (as 300,000 dead babies a year would attest – if they could). And while we’re on the subject, selling the body parts of dead babies, while gloating about the killing you’ll make, is vital to providing quality reproductive health care.

When the party of partial-birth abortion rolled out ye olde war on women in 2014, it worked as well as the Gallipoli campaign. In Colorado (which Obama carried twice), incumbent Senator Mark Udall was so obsessed with the alleged Republican threat to so-called reproductive rights, that even the establishment media took to calling him “Mark Uterus.” In a race where he scaled the heights of absurdity, claiming his opponent wanted to outlaw birth control, Udall lost to Congressman Cory Gardner, 46% to 54%.

That was also the year poor Georgetown Law student Sandra Fluke, described in the press as a “reproductive rights activist,” tearfully told a meeting of the House Democratic Steering and Policy Committee, that she felt “powerless” because the Catholic institution wouldn’t pay for her birth control. That she could have chosen a non-Catholic law school wasn’t even considered, nor was the fact that at a law school whose tuition and fees are $53,130 a year, students can’t afford a package of condoms at CVS.

When Rush Limbaugh called Fluke a bad name – one formerly used for young ladies who are now described as “sexually active” – the president of the United States called her to make sure she wasn’t too traumatized. After raising $1 million dollars, the poster child for subsidized contraception lost a Democratic primary for the California state legislature by over 20 points.

The public is less gullible than the editorial staff of The New York Times believes. A September 2014 Rasmussen poll found that a scant 22% of likely voters in the upcoming election believed there really is a political war on women, while 52% said it was campaign rhetoric.

It’s the Democratic establishment that’s waging a war on women – a war to keep them barren and make the taxpayers foot the bill, a war to keep them in the dark about the nature of the unborn child and the health risks of abortion (including higher rates of breast cancer), and a war to trick them into thinking that there are no consequences from sex outside marriage – mental or physical. The Centers for Disease Control estimates that each year, 19 million new STD infections occur among those 16 to 24 years of age.

The Democratic Party has a vested interest in single women and barren wombs. In 2012, while losing married women, it won single women by 17 points. It wants women unmarried, sexually active and dependent on government for “reproductive health services.” Planned Parenthood gets $500 million a year from Washington to make the womb a battlefield where 1.1 million die in this country every year.

That’s not the only war Democrats are fighting. There’s the war on Christians – whose latest manifestation is the persecution of those who refuse to violate the principles of their faith by providing services for ersatz weddings. School children are subjected to Gender Identity theory, which teaches that male and female are social constructs and we can all choose our gender from a list of 51 options.

Do women have a stake in public safety? Under the slogan “black lives matter,” the left has waged a relentless war on law enforcement. Here, the casualties are all too real, like the two Brooklyn cops shot execution-style last December. The murderer said the slayings were in revenge for the deaths of black men in Ferguson, Missouri and New York City. The number of police killed in the line of duty almost doubled between 2013 and 2014 – rising from 27 to 51.

Thanks to Obama and his party opening the floodgates to Muslim “refugees,” Sharia law is coming to America – a poll by the Center for Security Policy showed 51% of U.S. Muslims want it – and you know what a blessing that will be for women.

If she’s one of the hosts of a Democratic debate, I’m sure Megyn Kelly will subject Hillary to an equally tough interrogation.

“Madame Secretary, what exactly did you mean when you asked a congressional committee investigating Benghazi ‘What does it matter now?'” “Mrs. Clinton do you really see no problem in the $25 million you and your husband received in speaking fees since January 2014, much of it from companies and foreign governments whose interests you championed as Secretary of State?”

“Do you think voters should be concerned about the 50,000 times you used your personal e-mail server to conduct State Department business, in direct violation of the law, and what does that suggest about transparency in a future Clinton administration?” and: “Do you really want to maintain federal funding of Planned Parenthood after the release of videos that showed officials chortling about the sale of baby body parts, which you yourself initially called ‘disturbing’?”

Megyn will confront the former first lady in this forthright fashion just as soon as Jeb Bush starts talking about murderers and rapists coming across our southern border and Bernie Sanders admits that socialism has been an utter failure wherever it’s been tried.

First published at Grasstops USA


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