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Democrats do what they do best: lie, distort, and mispresent the pro-life position

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In a recent article, we discussed the composed and measured approach of pro-life Florida Governor Ron DeSantis in his interaction with CBS News host Norah O’Donnell. Despite her best efforts, O’Donnell was unable to portray the Governor as an extremist on the abortion issue. During the interview, O’Donnell informed Governor DeSantis that she had read the bill protecting unborn children after six weeks.

“It says just this, it does include jail time and fines for quote, ‘any person who willfully performs or actively participates in a termination of pregnancy.’”

“Right, and that’s for the providers,” DeSantis noted. “That is not for the women.”

“Is a woman not actively participating in the termination of her pregnancy?” O’Donnell asked.

“No because she’s not a medical practitioner,” DeSantis again said.

“Are you opposed to the criminalization of women?” O’Donnell retorted, as if there were even the slightest possibility.

Governor DeSantis responded, “I can assure you that such a thing will not happen in Florida.”

Nevertheless, it should be noted that a pro-abortion Democrat will not hesitate to distort the facts in order to advance their agenda.

According to a report from CBS News, Senate Minority Leader Lauren Book has filed a bill with the intention of preventing women from being charged with criminal offenses as a result of obtaining abortions. Had DeSantis been sufficiently clear in his assertion that such a scenario would not occur in Florida? For those who are pro-abortion, the opportunity for mischief is clear.

Book’s bill, filed for consideration during the legislative session that will begin in January, would add wording to say a criminal penalty “does not apply to the pregnant woman who terminates the pregnancy.”

The bill (SB 34) “capitalizes on the governor’s interpretation of this cruel and dangerous ban by clarifying and correcting Florida law to shield women from being criminalized or jailed over abortion,” a news release issued by Book’s office said

A review of the press release from the aforementioned book reveals that the author has elevated her criticism of the bill to a level of urgency, while simultaneously enlisting the assistance of the Florida Democratic Party Chairwoman to pressure the Governor.

“The imprisonment of women, girls, sexual assault survivors, and their doctors through dangerous abortion bans is cruel and anti-freedom.”

“Since the overturn of Roe v. Wade, the effects of dangerous state-level abortion bans are being seen across Florida and throughout the country. Women who miscarry are being denied care and sent home with sepsis.”

Furthermore, the CBS News article includes the following additional information:

“Ron is asking us to ‘trust him.’ Ladies, how do we feel about that?” Florida Democratic Party Chairwoman Nikki Fried said in a post Thursday on X, formerly known as Twitter.

Governor DeSantis was unequivocal in his assertion that penalties are to be imposed on the abortionist, not the woman. With regard to the law itself, it should be noted that miscarriages are not the same as induced abortions and usually involve a baby that has already died or is in the process of dying. As Laura Echevarria, the Press Secretary of the National Right to Life Committee, explains, “Ectopic pregnancies are life-threatening—they can only be treated by removing the fallopian tube and, with it, the baby.” “However, the abortion industry is adept at disseminating propaganda messages that are not always based on factual evidence.”

This aside is not directly related to the subject matter of this discussion. At the conclusion of her interview, O’Donnell informed the audience that there were numerous important issues to be discussed and that they could find further information on the CBS website. She concluded her remarks with a biased perspective on a highly contentious issue that was not fully explored, which could be considered a manipulative tactic even by her standards.


Chelsea Garcia is a political writer with a special interest in international relations and social issues. Events surrounding the war in Ukraine and the war in Israel are a major focus for political journalists. But as a former local reporter, she is also interested in national politics.

Chelsea Garcia studied media, communication and political science in Texas, USA, and learned the journalistic trade during an internship at a daily newspaper. In addition to her political writing, she is pursuing a master's degree in multimedia and writing at Texas.

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