MSNBC Very Nervous TX Regulation Will Trigger Violence at Abortion Clinics

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Within the combined up world of far-left MSNBC, the actual menace of violence at an abortion clinic isn’t from the physician performing the ugly killing, however from pro-life activists picketing or praying exterior. Throughout at the very least two exhibits on Monday, MSNBC hosts and company had full blown meltdowns over Texas’s new regulation proscribing abortions and smeared pro-life activists as violent extremists terrorizing susceptible girls.

On Deadline:White Home at all times rational host Nicolle Wallace whined like an adolescent who simply acquired grounded. “There are girls in Texas immediately who really feel like their lives are over,” Wallace wailed. 

I simply suppose we won’t lose sight in our political evaluation of the each day hell now that’s any lady who would not have this alternative obtainable to her,” she moaned, including that each lady is Texas is now “a sufferer.”

Her visitor, MSNBC authorized analyst Matthew Miller, hailed the Division of Justice touting how they’d not “tolerate violence” in opposition to anybody in search of an abortion in Texas. He insisted that this was a routine prevalence: “And it is vital that the division mentioned that as a result of each time this situation is within the information, the specter of violence does sadly rise at clinics and the division has an obligation to police that.”

This “menace” is overstated, to place it bluntly. In accordance with the pro-abortion Nationwide Abortion Federation’s newest report, there have solely been 11 folks which have been killed in assaults at abortion clinics since 1977. Distinction that with the 600,000+ infants killed in abortion on this nation, yearly. 

Wallace and her company ended the section encouraging radical measures to fight the regulation resembling “reforming the courtroom” (ie: courtroom packing) and “reforming the filibuster” (ie: eliminate it.).

That activism and hand-wringing evaluation was repeated on MSNBC Experiences in the course of the 7pm hour. 

Civil rights lawyer and MSNBC visitor Nancy Erika Smith misplaced it over the regulation, resorting to smears and different falsehoods to tear down conservatives.

…Biden and the Democrats have to right away repair the Supreme Court docket. They — the Republicans stole a seat, Gorsuch is up sitting there — from Obama. They put Amy Coney Barrett there throughout, throughout an election. Voting had really began. And Kavanaugh, an accused rapist — credibly accused rapist, they’ve packed the courtroom. And we have now to repair it. We’ve got a radical Supreme Court docket beholden to very right-wing idealogues. The concept they’d let this regulation sit there and never cease it’s outrageous. 

That’s when Smith in contrast pro-life residents to the KKK looking down run-away slaves: “It’s very like the Ku Klux Klan act stopped catching slaves in free states after the Dred Scott resolution. Bounty hunters have been allowed to enter free states and steal slaves again and produce them again to the South,” she acknowledged earlier than melting down once more on the “ruthless” conservatives:

We have to combat this as exhausting as we are able to as a result of these individuals are ruthless and they’re going to do something. When you’ve got been close to an abortion clinic lately, and I’ve, it’s so abusive to girls what is going on there. That they had brilliant lights out the minute this grew to become regulation on September 1st. Trying into girls’s automobiles. How have you learnt how pregnant a lady is, by the best way? Most ladies do not know they’re pregnant by six weeks. However how have you learnt that? Does the regulation give them the best to violate HIPPA and get girls’s medical data?

Fellow visitor, The New Yorker’s Irin Carmon additionally hyped the specter of violent pro-life activists being an actual concern now.

And at these clinics, everyone knows that each time abortion is type of within the public eye, it is a each day actuality at clinics that may at all times worsen, the violence and the intimidation exterior of clinics accelerates. It’s already–I’ve reported at many, many abortion clinics. It’s already a scary scenario to stroll in. The people are simply — girls and different people who find themselves getting abortions are simply attempting to get their medical care. And they’re screamed at. There are expletives, threats of violence…

The media is consistently attempting to tarnish anybody on the best as a violent extremist, with none foundation, whereas they ignore blatant violence from the left. To not point out, the irony of worrying about violence outside a murder clinic is misplaced on them.

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Learn the related transcripts beneath from the 2 Monday exhibits:

Deadline: White Home

MSNBC

9/6/21

NICOLLE WALLACE: Two, what do you make of the small step that the Justice Division mentioned it could take immediately? I will put up the headline. Principally saying it is not going to tolerate violence in opposition to anybody who’s attempting to acquire an abortion in Texas. 

MATTHEW MILLER:  …With respect to the Division of Justice, the assertion they put out immediately was a heartening one and an vital one, however it actually associated to bodily violence with folks attempting to bodily forestall folks from accessing their constitutional proper to an abortion by stopping them from going right into a clinic. And it is vital that the division mentioned that as a result of each time this situation is within the information, the specter of violence does sadly rise at clinics and the division has an obligation to police that. 

WALLACE: I simply suppose it is so disheartening for the ladies of Texas to attend for that course of…

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WALLACE: You recognize, Alexi, to your level about Trumpism, this actually is the twice impeached, disgraced ex-president type of rising from the political grave and having his approach with American life in 2021, as a result of the fact is, whether or not we give attention to the long run and Justice Breyer, and I am certain Claire represents the overwhelming majority of the views of Democrats or pursue Matt’s path which is litigation, there are girls in Texas immediately who really feel like their lives are over, and let’s say it, some males, too. Not all girls in search of abortion are victims of incest and rape. Ladies have a proper to an abortion even when these tragedies are usually not what has come to cross. That’s now not the case for 85% of girls in search of abortions in Texas. What occurs right here and now for them? 

ALEXI MCCAMMOND: It is a horrifying actuality, as you mentioned, their lives have utterly modified nearly in a single day. And I believe that is an vital level to underscore, Nicolle. Numerous girls who search abortions aren’t essentially in these tragic, harrowing conditions as some are the place it is a case of incest or rape. Some girls try to make what they take into account to be a accountable, good, monetary resolution, life resolution, a call with their companion and their physician that they agonized over to get there. So it is not at all times these excessive conditions the place individuals are compelled into these choices to make, , to get an abortion. And I believe your level is true, Nicolle, that that is now treating abortion or entry to well being care as against the law. Not as a basic proper that girls are afforded any longer within the state of Texas, probably transferring ahead within the state of Mississippi and I believe that is the place you are going to see a variety of these political fights play out within the coming years too, with a give attention to well being care. Democrats have persistently tried to increase entry to well being care, to decrease well being care prices. Whereas Republicans, in fact, have tried to strike down the ACA, they tried to go away people with pre-existing circumstances out to dry with none protection, and we’re seeing how they’re proscribing girls from accessing well being care otherwise in states the place they’re made to really feel lower than. 

WALLACE: Matt, what’s opaque to us when it comes to what may be happening on the Justice Division that may hearten people who’re feeling determined and disheartened by this resolution? 

MILLER: …Justice Breyer ought to retire now whereas there’s nonetheless a democratic majority within the senate, and Democrats within the Senate, both this time period or the following time we have now unified management of presidency, ought to look to reform the Supreme Court docket and reform the filibuster to ensure {that a} lady’s proper to decide on, which has been Constitutional regulation for 50 years now, is upheld, as a result of every little thing else that we discuss in the end could be struck down by the Supreme Court docket majority, and I believe might be until we’re not simply principled however good and strategic with how we strategy the problem. 

WALLACE: I believe that is the underside line, and I simply suppose we won’t lose sight in our political evaluation of the each day hell now that’s any lady who would not have this alternative obtainable to her, and naturally, most tragically, younger victims of incest or rape. However each lady in Texas is the sufferer, of all that.
 

MSNBC Dwell

7:00PM EST

YASMIN VOSSOUGHIAN: Can all of us however assume at this level we all know how the vote rely will fall contemplating the choice made on this Texas regulation? 

CIVIL RIGHTS LAWYER NANCY ERIKA SMITH: Sure. That is why Biden and the Democrats have to right away repair the Supreme Court docket. They — the Republicans stole a seat, Gorsuch is up sitting there — from Obama. They put Amy Coney Barrett there throughout, throughout an election. Voting had really began. And Kavanaugh, an accused rapist — credibly accused rapist, they’ve packed the courtroom. And we have now to repair it. We’ve got a radical Supreme Court docket beholden to very right-wing idealogues. The concept they’d let this regulation sit there and never cease it’s outrageous. 

The bulk mentioned it was novel and sophisticated. It is not novel or complicated. It is very like the Ku Klux Klan act stopped catching slaves in free states after the Dred Scott resolution. Bounty hunters have been allowed to enter free states and steal slaves again and produce them again to the South. And after the Civil Conflict our Congress handed the Ku Klux Klan act, which provides you a proper to sue people who act below a coloration of state regulation to violate the rights of others. That is precisely what is going on right here. It is not complicated. And the Supreme Court docket has dominated twice that that’s appearing below coloration of state regulation if the state regulation provides personal rights of motion that enable you violate different residents’ rights. So it is actually an outrageous resolution and it’s a lie that it’s complicated or novel. It’s variety’ve novel that they’re utilizing it for abortion. However even in 1973, the Supreme Court docket dominated that the state cannot delegate veto energy over abortions to people. So it isn’t that novel. It simply exhibits how far right-wing the Supreme Court docket has come. 

VOSSOUGHIAN: Apart from fixing the Supreme Court docket, as you set it, Nancy, how do you problem this Texas regulation? 

SMITH: Properly, since they stopped a listening to that was speculated to happen immediately — I do not understand how you cease these radical — I believe, properly, thank God we have now Garland within the Division of Justice. We’ve got to criminally prosecute below the FACE Act, which is an act that protects girls’s rights to really go to an abortion supplier and get medical take care of reproductive choices which are speculated to be personal. So the FACE Act needs to be very, very vigorously enforced. And entities that go into courtroom and attempt to cease suppliers and Uber drivers and family and friends who assist a girls’s proper to make her personal medical choices — they need to be criminally charged below the FACE Act, not simply civilly. We have to combat this as exhausting as we are able to as a result of these individuals are ruthless and they’re going to do something. When you’ve got been close to an abortion clinic lately, and I’ve, it’s so abusive to girls what is going on there. That they had brilliant lights out the minute this grew to become regulation on September 1st. Trying into girls’s automobiles. How have you learnt how pregnant a lady is, by the best way? Most ladies do not know they’re pregnant by six weeks. However how have you learnt that? Does the regulation give them the best to violate HIPPA and get girls’s medical data? As was identified in that fantastic piece, these are individuals who say you’ll be able to’t power me to put on a masks to cease a pandemic. So it’s totally tough how we’re going to repair this. 

IRIN CARMON: … And at these clinics, everyone knows that each time abortion is type of within the public eye, it is a each day actuality at clinics that may at all times worsen, the violence and the intimidation exterior of clinics accelerates. 

It’s already–I’ve reported at many, many abortion clinics. It’s already a scary scenario to stroll in. The people are simply — girls and different people who find themselves getting abortions are simply attempting to get their medical care. And they’re screamed at. There are expletives, threats of violence. To the extent that implementing the FACE Act will shield abortion sufferers in different states, that is nice. It will not make a distinction to the truth that you can’t get an abortion at a clinic after six weeks in Texas