NBC's TODAY is confusing me ... they celebrate this new report that babies in the womb can react to flavor, but also say abortion is good
· · Sep 22, 2022 · NottheBee.com

This morning on TODAY, a bunch of NBC hosts were excited about this new study that shows how babies might react to flavor in the womb:

That's ridiculously cute.

It also shows how those little bundles of joy are unique human beings with inalienable rights and it should make us think about the growing activist desire to kill them as often as possible.

That leads me to a bit of a brain puzzler. TODAY is out here talking about this adorable new scientific story, but they marked Father's Day by celebrating abortion.

Eight dads are sharing how abortion has helped them become the fathers they are today, on what experts believe will likely be the last Father's Day before the Supreme Court issues a ruling that would overturn Roe v Wade.

Do you see why I'm confused?

How can you write a puff piece celebrating the fathers who became better dads by [checks notes] killing their children, then go out there and celebrate preborn babies reacting to the sensation of taste?

It seems rather macabre to me.

And that's not the only story. TODAY regularly celebrates abortion.

Getting an abortion doesn't negatively impact mental health, but being denied care definitely can, research shows.

Tell that to the many testimonies I've heard from women (and men) about how abortion shattered their lives for DECADES.

You can't have your cake and eat it too when it comes to abortion, NBC. Either you need to celebrate the beautiful humanity of babies in the womb, or you need to treat them objectively as soulless objects that can rightfully be discarded.


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