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 February 25, 2024

Hillary Clinton resorts to fearmongering after Alabama Supreme Court decision

Hillary Clinton is now trying to use the Alabama Supreme Court's recent in vitro fertilization ruling to scare American voters into voting for Democrats. 

Clinton did so in a message that she posted to social media.

Take a look:


Last week, the Supreme Court of Alabama issued a ruling in which it decided that, in the eyes of the law, frozen embryos ought to be treated in the same manner as children.

The court, in its opinion, wrote that "unborn children are 'children' . . . without exception based on developmental stage, physical location, or any other ancillary characteristics."

ABC News reports, "The unprecedented decision from the court could impact the future of IVF treatments in the state -- and several IVF providers have paused parts of their care to patients for fear of legal risks."

The ruling has even been criticized by prominent Republicans, including former President Donald Trump. Trump, in fact, has called upon the Alabama legislature to take action to protect in vitro fertilization treatments.

He wrote:

Today, I am calling on the Alabama Legislature to act quickly to find an immediate solution to preserve the availability of IVF in Alabama. The Republican Party should always be on the side of the Miracle of Life - and the side of Mothers, Fathers, and their Beautiful Babies. IVF is an important part of that, and our Great Republican Party will always be with you, in your quest, for the ULTIMATE JOY IN LIFE!

Clinton's fearmongering

Clinton is now trying to use the Alabama Supreme Court's ruling to scare voters.

In a social media post that she published after the court's ruling, she suggested that Republicans are going to try to make birth control illegal.

"They came for abortion first. Now it’s IVF and next it’ll be birth control. The extreme right won’t stop trying to exert government control over our most sacred personal decisions until we codify reproductive freedom as a human right," Clinton wrote.

It ought to be noted that Clinton posted her message before Trump and other prominent Republicans came out against the court's decision. Chances are that this would not change Clinton's mind.

The use of such tactics is commonplace for Clinton.

Written By:
Robert Ayers

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