Cori Bush says abortion laws all about controlling women: ‘There’s a reason why we don’t see sperm control’

(Video: MSNBC)

Wednesday saw the expected defeat of Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer’s (D-N.Y.) maneuver to formally waste the nation’s time as well as the scripted outrage on Democratic Party television that inevitably followed.

In one case, Rep. Cori Bush (D-Mo.) joined her comrade Joy Reid on MSNBC’s “The ReidOut” – a primetime show that has lost 57 percent of its core demographic since 2020 – ostensibly to be given a voice for a temper tantrum that might as well have been yelled into a pillow in the manner of a child.

Shortly after the Women’s Health Protection Act failed 49-51 in the Senate on Wednesday, Bush put forth these words:

“Opposition to abortion care has never been about a baby,” Bush asserted. “It’s never been about children because if it was, we’d have better resources for when the child is actually born, but so it was never about that. It’s just about control.”

The congresswoman attempted to draw a connection between male sperm and the willful decision of a woman to abort her unborn fetus, arguing, “There’s a reason why we don’t see sperm regulation legislation.”

She continued, “There’s a reason why we don’t see mandated vasectomies. You know, the very idea that we would take away men’s bodily autonomy is outrageous, like it’s unfathomable, but truthfully sperm are busy. It’s busy. Who’s regulating that? Who is saying something about it? I didn’t see the senator saying something about it and somewhere that legislation?”

“There will never be [legislation] especially if it’s up to them, because they don’t see that as something that’s needed because it’s about control and it’s not about children,” she added.

Although Bush was reportedly raped and impregnated in her youth and then had the resulting fetus aborted, she doesn’t appear to understand that an exception doesn’t prove a rule. She also strangely argued – with no sense of irony – the reason Democrat senators such as Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) voted against Schumer’s proposed act was because they don’t see all people as “fully human.”

“We’re going to be voting for a piece of legislation that I will not be voting for today,” Manchin said before the vote.

Bush also made light of the illegal protests taking place in the neighborhoods and at the homes of several Supreme Court justices.

And in the fashion of classic leftist ‘what-aboutism,’ she compared the illegal protests to the Capitol riot of Jan. 6, 2021 – a so-called “insurrection” where the only person killed was an unarmed female Air Force veteran; but an incident which Democrats and the radical Left cling to dearly as the only arrow in their quiver of ideas.

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