U.S. Fox News Donald Trump Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway joined Fox News on Monday afternoon and point-blank asked why abortion rights are considered “women’s issues.” The comment came while slamming comments made by embattled Virginia Governor Ralph Northam last week in response to proposed legislation to lower restrictions on late-term abortions. Conway started by bringing up the false claim that Northam, who has since faced widespread calls to resign over a racist photo on his college yearbook page, advocated for “infanticide.” “This same governor earlier this week said when an infant, used the word infant … when the infant is delivered, that’s a baby, they keep them comfortable and then have the physician and the mother discuss what’s next,” Conway said. “We are not a country that is going to allow illegal infanticides as long as Donald Trump is the president of the United States and very few people picked up on that.” Conway also accused the mainstream media of ignoring the infanticide matter and claimed that it was not until Northam came under fire for a racist photo in his medical school yearbook, that he is being pressured to resign. Conway called the mainstream media “pretty much… Read full this story
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