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Academy Awards 2018: ‘Me and My Uterus’


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Academy Awards 2018: ‘Me and My Uterus’
Planned Parenthood’s Indiana and Kentucky affiliate must have thought that God and Science took the weekend off when it stated—11 times—in a tweet that “some men have a uterus”.

Safe to say that both the Creator and Science are united in the concept that only women — not men — come into the world with a uterus and other female reproductive organs, save for very rare genetic conditions that few humans are born with.

‘My uterus is bigger than yours’

Look for the meme ‘Me and My Uterus’ to make an appearance at tonight’s Academy Awards when so many Oscar seekers keep hearing “Tweet, Tweet, Tweet in their swollen activist heads.

Instead of sending PP back to Anatomy 101, social media sent The Planned Parenthood (@PPIndKentucky) Tweet trending madly over the Internet.

“As of Saturday evening, the tweet has garnered nearly 74,500 “likes” and more than 30,000 responses.”

Count on pregnant men lining up for abortion on demand being the very next trend.

Make way for boasts such as ‘My uterus is bigger than yours’.

‘Honey, do you think this tux makes my uterus look too fat?’

Meanwhile, you can bet tonight’s stores of Orville Redenbacher popcorn that Hollywood males getting away with identifying as feminists will be trying on their uteri with their dry-cleaned Academy Award tuxedos.

‘Honey, do you think this tux makes my uterus look too fat?’

Here’s the “Some Men Have Uterus” argument in Planned Parenthood strategy:

“The tweet was propagating a popular progressive talking point: that gender is only a social-construct and people who are born one gender can later chose (sic)  to be the other gender — or no gender at all. To a pro-transgender progressive, women who “become” men have a uterus, hence the tweet.” (The Blaze, March 3 2018)

Not everyone playing on social media wants to hear: “Hey Dude, how’s your uterus today?”

Kudos to cheeky Conservative commentator Ben Shapiro for boomeranging Planned Parenthood’s key pro-abortion policy argument back on itself:

“The organization and politicians they support claim men have no right to discuss abortion policy because they don’t have female reproductive parts, yet now they were claiming men do have female reproductive parts. (The Blaze)

 

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Shapiro countered,

Touché, Benny boy!

So why would a Planned Parenthood affiliate send a message destined to go viral on the Internet stating: “Some Men Have a Uterus”,  and tweet it 11 times for good measure?

The answer is the kind of hysteria that arrived making them even more unhinged than usual because Vice President Mike Pence declared just two days before during a Nashville speech that he believes legal abortion in the United States will end “in our time”.

Pence went on to say, “I know in my heart of hearts this will be the generation that restores life in America. If all of us do all we can, we can once again in our time restore the sanctity of life to the center of American law.”

PP is doing all that it can to see the exact opposite:

NewsWeek reports the PP abortion chains political arms plan to spend a hefty $20 million to support pro-abortion Senate candidates in as many as eight states during midterm elections.

“Deidre Schifeling, executive director of Planned Parenthood Votes, said they want to build a “historic resistance” to the pro-life policies of the Trump administration. (LifeNews, March 2, 2018)

“The Trump-Pence administration is responsible for an unprecedented assault on Planned Parenthood patients and our communities, aided by politicians at state and federal levels who have supported dangerous policies meant to strip us of our rights and our ability to access health care,” she said.

 

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Assault and Planned Parenthood certainly belong in the same sentence

Assault and Planned Parenthood certainly belong in the same sentence.

Planned Parenthood see the Trump-Pence administration “assault” on PP as high time to drag out the men with uteri.

Here’s something much more worth trending:

“legal abortion in the United States will end in our time.”

“legal abortion in the United States will end in our time.”

“legal abortion in the United States will end in our time.”

“legal abortion in the United States will end in our time.”

“legal abortion in the United States will end in our time.”

“legal abortion in the United States will end in our time.”

“legal abortion in the United States will end in our time.”

“legal abortion in the United States will end in our time.”

“legal abortion in the United States will end in our time.”

“legal abortion in the United States will end in our time.”

“legal abortion in the United States will end in our time.”


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Judi McLeod is an award-winning journalist with 30 years’ experience in the print media. A former Toronto Sun columnist, she also worked for the Kingston Whig Standard. Her work has appeared on Rush Limbaugh, Newsmax.com, Drudge Report, Foxnews.com.

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