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Media dishonestly pretends a woman forced to go through a chemical abortion had a “miscarriage”

by | Dec 18, 2019

By Dave Andrusko

We are all-too familiar with the grotesquely misleading pro-abortion talking point that a chemically induced abortion is “like” a miscarriage. The only similarity between a “medication abortion” and a miscarriage is that a baby is lost relatively early in his or her developmental journey. Everything else is radically different.

One, a miscarriage, is unwanted and inadvertent, the other, abortion, is wanted and deliberate. And the latter is the woman’s decision. The two cannot be confused unless you have an agenda.

But what about an ex-boyfriend who forces a woman to take abortion-inducing drugs? Is the lost child, whose life was ripped from him or her, somehow still a “miscarriage”?

What if it happens at gunpoint?!

If you are Doha Madani, described as a “breaking news reporter for NBC News,” 23-year-old Jagmeet Sandhu “is facing a murder charge for allegedly forcing his pregnant girlfriend to ingest pills that would induce a miscarriage.”

Read the second and third paragraphs and you’ll see the choice of language was no accident. It was a conscious decision to deliberately avoid reporting what Sandhu allegedly forced to happen: an abortion.

Jagmeet Sandhu was arrested on multiple felony charges after allegedly holding his girlfriend at gunpoint until she took unknown pills, according to the Bakersfield Police Department. Authorities began investigating after someone who claimed to be the unidentified woman’s family member reported the incident.

The woman then told the story to officers and confirmed she did have a miscarriage as a result. Detectives then searched “locations associated with Sandhu” and located evidence which corroborated her story, police said.

Ask yourself this question. Would Sandhu be charged with this panoply of charges for a naturally occurring “miscarriage”?

Inmate records show Sandhu is facing six felony charges, including first-degree murder, first-degree burglary, assault with a firearm, and inflicting injury on a spouse or cohabitant

Sandhu was scheduled to appear in court last Friday afternoon and the distortion continued this week, this time from KBAK/KBFX.

Court documents have been released on the man who entered his ex-girlfriend’s residence and forced her to take pills to induce a miscarriage.

Jagmeet Singh-Sandhu entered the victim’s residence on Dec. 10 while she was asleep in her bedroom. According to the documents, Sandhu was pointing a silver revolver at the victim and holding a bag of white pills.

Sandhu told her,

Take these pills or I’m going to kill you.

This story conveys the horror of the unidentified ex-girlfriend being threatened into taking 11 pills over the course of three hours!

The victim became ill and Sandhu fled the residence. She later went to the hospital where the attending physician stated the fetus died as a direct result of the victim being forced to consume the pills, according to court documents.

The victim said she broke up with Sandhu after they had been arguing over the pregnancy and Sandhu wanted her to have an abortion. Sandhu and the victim never lived together, but he did have a key to the home.

This is the only time the proper word—“abortion” —appears in all the accounts I’ve seen.

Alas, stories published on Monday no longer indicate Sandhu is still being charged with murder. According to a local ABC station report, “Sandhu faces multiple charges in connection to the incident, including assault with a firearm, threaten with intent to terrorize, inflicting corporal injury on cohabitant and burglary.”

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