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All she really wants for Christmas is unlimited, unregulated access to abortion for teenagers (and I am not kidding)

by | Dec 21, 2021

By Dave Andrusko

Reading Rewire News Group is rather like watching an inverted Hallmark movie where up is down, good is evil, and the more scandalous the better. Granted, on first blush you’d probably think Caroline Reilly is merely trolling for clicks, but you’d believe that only if you hadn’t read any of Rewire’s sick exercises in pro-abortion agitprop.

Let’s start with Reilly’s conclusion:

But abortion is health care. Abortion is a moral good in that it is lifesaving and life-affirming. Abortion is freedom, and what’s a better Christmas gift than that? For all.

Actually, you could end there, although not without adding the subhead: “Teens deserve abortion access without stigma, cost, or interference from their parents or the state.”

In the world occupied by genuine fanatics, abortion is so high up the hierarchy of moral goods, not only can it not be challenged, it represents a “Christmas gift.”

So, in place of O. Henry’s “The Gift of the Magi,” the personification of selflessness, Reilly extols extinction.

In place of three wise men’s gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh, Reilly would offer aspiration abortion, chemical abortions, and dismemberment abortion.

Let’s end with Reilly’s opening:

As Rewire News Group’s resident shopaholic, this is really my season to shine. Few things bring me more joy than making a list of things to get and give. But this holiday season, my number one gift isn’t anything I’ll find under the tree. Instead, this year at the top of my list to Santa—yes, even ahead of a new purse and an emotionally available man with salt-and-pepper hair in his mid-40s—is teen access to abortion.

The joy, the sheer happiness she feels at the thought of “teen access to abortion.” 

An unvarnished look at the face of “Reproductive Justice.”

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