Saturday marked one year since Ginsburg died at age 87 following a long battle with pancreatic cancer. The ACLU took to Twitter and commemorated the day by invoking her support for abortion, alluding to the Texas abortion law that has sparked a political firestorm.
“With Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death, we lost a champion for abortion and gender equality. And on the anniversary of her death, the fight to protect abortion access is more urgent than ever,” ACLU tweeted.
The tweet included a quote, which read, “The decision whether or not to bear a child is central to a [person’s] life, to [their] well-being and dignity… When the government controls that decision for [them], [they are] being treated as less than a full adult human responsible for [their] own choices.”
However, Ginsburg actually said, “The decision whether or not to bear a child is central to a woman’s life, to her well-being and dignity. It is a decision she must make for herself. When the government controls that decision for her, she is being treated as less than a full adult human responsible for her own choices.”
Despite being days old, the tweet didn’t catch fire until Wednesday.
“This has to be a joke. They redacted an RBG quote to remove from it ‘offensive’ references to women,” Babylon Bee writer Frank Fleming reacted.
“ACLU altering RBG’s quote to remove references to women. That’s a fun precedent!” Washington Free Beacon reporter Chuck Rock exclaimed.
CNN Uses “Before Times” Rhetoric to Justify Empty Shelves
“They are laying narrative groundwork to prepare you for a world of shortages, scarcity, and incompetence.”
Questions are being asked of CNN after the network used the creepy dystopian phrase “Before Times” to describe a time pre-COVID when grocery shelves weren’t empty.
The phrase appears in a report about how grocery shelves “are not going back to normal this year” as a result of labor shortages and transportation restrictions.
“If you hoped grocery stores this fall and winter would look like they did in the Before Times, with limitless options stretching out before you in the snack, drink, candy and frozen foods aisles, get ready for some disappointing news,” states the article.
Note how “Before Times” is emphasized by its seemingly otherwise unnecessary capitalization.
The dystopian language appears to be another way of socially engineering Americans to accept “the new normal,” which will include rolling lockdowns, energy crises and food shortages.
Twitter users accused the network of weaponizing language to induce fearmongering.
“They say ‘The Before Times’ like COVID is equivalent to Jesus. Absolute lunatics,” tweeted Robby Starbuck.
“Interesting way of saying that we will have food shortages in Joe Biden’s America,” remarked Harrison Krank.
“Dehumanized”: COVID Patient in Texas Hospital Had Plastic Bag Placed Over Her Head
A report by the Odessa Accountability Project claims that a 17-year-old COVID patient suffering from breathing difficulties entered a hospital in Texas, only for staff to place a plastic bag over her head after she removed her face mask.
A photo of the teenager posted to the group’s Facebook page shows the young woman with the bag, which features the words “equipment cover,” placed over her head and upper body. She is also wearing a face mask.
You don’t need to be a doctor to know the dangers of putting plastic bags over people’s heads, especially if they are already suffering from breathing difficulties.
The young woman was “humiliated and dehumanized by the staff” for apparently removing her face mask.
“The girl’s mother said she complained of not being able to breath well, taking off the mask, and was asked to put it back on,” states the post.
“The bag was over her head for roughly 30 minutes and she was instructed to save the bag for future use throughout the hospital.”
Respondents to the post reacted with horror.
“If that was my child, or grandchild, I’d walk her out of that hospital after telling them where to put that bag,” remarked one.
“I can’t believe they did this to her,” said another.
“I don’t believe in most medical lawsuits but in this case I would definitely be talking to an attorney,” commented another.
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