Kamala’s Latest Gaffe Declares ‘Pregnant Women’ to Be ‘Real Issue’ For America

Vice President Kamala Harris delighted America and its “pregnant women” with a brand-new gaffe inspired by them

Pregnant Women Are a Problem?

Harris has indeed reached a new low by suggesting “pregnant women” are not a good thing for the United States.

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Harris’ latest gaffe came as another of her rants in favor of all-out abortion and against last month’s ruling from the US Supreme Court in Dobbs vs. Jackson Women’s Health Organization.

In new its 6-3 ruling, SCOTUS killed the 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling and once again made abortion an issue to be decided by each individual state.

The Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health ruling has thus empowered at least 26 of the 50 states to introduce full or partial abortion bans.

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Women Don’t Know How Sexual Intercourse Works?

The vice president’s new pro-abortion tirade occurred during an interview with the No Lie podcast hosted by Brian Tyler Cohen. Cohen also happens to call himself a “progressive political host.”

Harris insisted that the Democrat Party should still put Roe v. Wade into law, despite Democrats failing to do so in the almost 50 years in which it stood, and despite the new ruling from the Supreme Court.

Alongside her call for codifying Roe v. Wade, she also gaffed, or maybe really opened up about how she feels about pregnancy.

Namely, there are “women” who happen to be “getting pregnant every day” in the United States of America, and that happens to be “a real issue” for the vice president.

Naturally, she advertised all of this under the guise of women’s rights.

Never mind that today’s Democrat Party doesn’t technically know what a woman is. It immediately throws “women’s rights” under the bus as soon as a man claiming to be a woman shows up.

Since her podcast interview, Harris visited the Indiana State Library, where she ranted some more in favor of extremist abortion.

This came after the two chambers of the Indiana legislature held a joint session to mull adopting an abortion ban now that Roe v. Wade has been killed.

During her comments in Indiana, Harris claimed the Republican Party doesn’t know “how a woman’s body works.”

This is again leaving open the question of whether she meant a real woman or a “trans” woman, i.e. a man claiming to be a woman.

Harris’ argument was that when one understands “how a woman’s body works,” one also understands that under the new state abortion laws, a woman would be banned from abortion by the time that “she realizes she’s pregnant.”

This new bizarre statement seems to underscore Kamala’s view that women do not know how sexual intercourse works and what it is meant for in the first place.

This article appeared in BeyondNews and has been published here with permission.

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