Bill Maher decries pro-abortion protests outside of Justices’ homes as illegal and wrong
The voice of reason from the liberal media is coming from… Bill Maher?
The late night host slammed Jen Psaki for her tacit support (via refusal to condemn) of the radical left pro-abortion protestors intimidating SCOTUS Justices outside of their homes.
Despite being pro-abortion himself, Maher believes that the intimidation tactics used by these radicals is both wrong and should be condemned.
Jen Psaki stated, in response to a question about whether the White House supports the protests,”I don’t have an official U.S. Government position on where people protest.”
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Bill Maher’s sharp and irritated retort came on his show, “But we do! It’s wrong! It’s intimidation! It’s against the law!”
Of course, it absolutely is all of those things which Maher said.
HBO’s pundit even goes so far as to compare the divide in America over abortion, as judged by the fanaticism of these illegal protests, to the Civil War–insinuating that you may even see a territorial divide between red and blue states, i.e. secession, over the issue.
Although his personal views on the subject are highly questionable, Maher does accurately point out how dividing the issue is for many people.
That being said, polls indicate that abortion issues are not at the top of the queue among American concerns. Instead, supply shortages, gas prices, and general products of inflation are what most working Americans care most about.
Still, when the White House, the entire Biden Administration, and the media at large refuse to condemn what is obviously an immoral and illegal tactic by radical left protestors it is surprising to hear Maher’s take–especially given his liberal sensibilities.
Maher also points out that the issue of abortion has changed within the Democratic party over the past 30 years
“That’s not where the Democrats are now. They don’t say that anymore,” in reference to the House caucus on abortion changing terminology from “pro-choice” to in some instances “pro-abortion.”
“No one should be pro-abortion!” Maher exclaimed.
And yet, the radical left is just that: pro-abortion.