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CBS Invites Abortionist to Peddle Disinfo on Air

'It shows how, you know, abortion... has been used to create a wedge between people politically and personally... '

(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) Dr. Caitlyn Bernard, an abortionist based in Indiana, appeared in an interview on CBS News to promote her work killing unborn babies in a post-Roe v. Wade world.

According to Newsbusters, the interview aired in the midst of contentious protests and debate concerning Indiana’s impending abortion ban, with possible exceptions for rape, incest and the life of the mother.

Bernard started the interview on a strong note, arguing that American’s believe that abortion on demand is “not what they want for children, for women, to be put in these situations of life-threatening conditions, of traumatic pregnancies.”

Continuing on, host Norah O’Donnell tossed Bernard several softball questions to get things back on the leftist track, asking if the abortionist has felt threatened by the law and the politicization of killing unborn babies.

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“It shows how, you know, abortion… has been used to create a wedge between people politically and personally,” she said.

She also denied that she was an abortion advocate, despite appearing on television to advocate for abortion.

O’Donnell also asked Bernard to describe how things had changed for her since Roe‘s overturn.

“I’ve heard stories of people in dire circumstances, complications of their pregnancies or traumatic situations and… not [being] able to get it,” she said.

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Continuing, O’Donnell gushed in praise that the abortionist Bernard had spent her “life” and “career” in “taking care of and providing care for women and babies.”

Bernard, showing a lack of understanding for what the Roe overturn means, claimed that the decision “will affect our ability to take care of miscarriages,” “our ability to take care of complications in early pregnancy that could kill someone,” and “provide infertility treatments.”

Closing the interview, O’Donnell asked Bernard to “address concerns by conservatives or those with deeply held religious beliefs that abortion is immoral and wrong.”

Hitting a common pro-abortion talking point, Bernard simply said “if you don’t believe that you would have an abortion, then don’t have one,” but that no one should “stop other people from accessing medical care that they need.”

 

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