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WaPo Reporter Runs Cover for Vulnerable Democrat Susan Wild After Abortion Tirade

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Wade is overturned by “extremist politicians and judges.”In the Post’s article on Wild, Sotomayor only mentioned that the congresswoman “made clear where she stood on abortion” and that she “strongly advocates for abortion rights” but did not indicate how radical Wild’s stance is regarding abortion.Rather, in omitting the congresswoman’s true views on abortion — but couching them in language such as giving a “passionate speech at a courthouse rally” that was “reminiscent of 2018” when Democrats took the House — the Post‘s article reads much more like a public relations piece to clean up the extremist’s position on killing unborn Americans.The congresswoman is a supporter of late-term abortions — up until the moment of birth — which is a key tenet of the bill for which she voted and of which she was an original co-sponsor, the Women’s Health Protection Act. The legislation, which passed the House and failed in the Senate, is an extreme federal takeover of abortion regulation.The Women’s Health Protection Act, as summarized by the Catholic News Agency:The WHPA would prohibit abortion restrictions or bans “that are more burdensome than those restrictions imposed on medically comparable procedures, do not significantly advance reproductive health or the safety of abortion services, and make abortion services more difficult to access.”The act’s text lists a series of specific restrictions it would do away with, on everything from limitations on telemedicine to restrictions around viability, which the act defines as the point when a fetus can survive outside the womb — determined by “the good-faith medical judgment of the treating health care provider.”However, despite her vote on the Women’s Health Protection Act, the Post — while diligently using language like “full-term fetus” instead of “babies” — called attacks on her “supporting legislation that would abort full-term fetuses” false accusations.Fascinated by this profile of @RepSusanWild.It says she has been "clear" on abortion, says attacks that she is for late-term abortion are "false accusations," but ignores her vote for a bill to allow abortion through 9 months of pregnancy.— Matt Whitlock (@mattdizwhitlock) May 9, 2022While Wild has extreme views on abortions, the Post assures its readers that the Democrat “has spent months avoiding culture-war topics in her moderate district.”Continuing along with the “moderate” narrative, the Post makes sure to point out that Wild “defines herself as pro-business Democrat, has carefully tried to explain how her party is attempting to confront these problems and reach voters who aren’t sure which political party to trust.”On these issues, the Post says in flowery language, “Wild listened” and “made exuberantly clear that she is not a member of her party’s liberal wing.”Despite that, writes the Post, Wild can be seen “speaking forcefully about abortion,” saying, “you better believe reproductive freedom is going to dominate serious attention in the coming weeks and months, because people’s lives and liberty are on the line.”“There is nothing I take more seriously,” she said, while also claiming she is “not a single issue Congresswoman.”Wild appears to be telling the truth, as she feels strongly enough about advocating for abortions that she supports taxpayer-funded access.She was an original co-sponsor of the “Equal Access to Abortion Coverage in Health Insurance Act,” which would reverse the Hyde Amendment and allow anyone who receives health care or insurance from the federal government — such as Medicare, Medicaid, TRICARE, and Veterans Administration — to obtain coverage for abortions.Additionally, Breitbart News’s original story laid out Wild’s claim that “far-right forces” are trying to violate the “will of the American people” since the intent by “extremist politicians and judges” is “not to stop with the issue of reproductive choice,” but rather to see a “dystopian view, vision of a society” take root across the country.She then claims a plethora of other rights are under attack that have nothing to do with abortion or Roe.“It’s clear that the intent is not to stop with the issue of reproductive choice.

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