(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) In words almost assuredly meant to inflame and mislead, Vice President Kamala Harris claimed that overturning Roe v. Wade will lead to a conservative assault on women’s privacy rights, with government agents tracking menstrual cycles and regulating in vitro fertilization.
Harris, in her infinite wisdom, dropped many similar nonsensical and false remarks during a roundtable discussion this week at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, according to Bizpac Review.
“But I do believe that we should prepare for the right to privacy to be attacked and under attack with this decision, and that will have a number of implications,” Harris said.
“If Roe is overturned, I believe that states will then have the power to interfere in personal decisions.”
One of the Veep’s main concerns was “the issue of data privacy and the potential that if Roe is overturned, that states that have criminalized abortion could subpoena a woman’s personal data,” Harris said, which obviously, in her twisted reality, leads to evil Republicans tracking women’s menstrual cycles.
The vice president of the United States argued that women who use apps to track their menstrual cycles may become subject to investigation.
“I want to talk to these experts about their concern and the level of their concern about that very issue, including, for example, the vulnerability of women who are using menstrual tracking apps,” Harris said.
She explained further, warning that women who use search engines to find “certain locations or certain help” could be subject to government investigations.
Harris also lectured about the ominous fate facing the legality of in vitro fertilization.
“I have a concern that if Roe is overturned, states with abortion bans could potentially restrict IVF if their definition of life begins at the point of fertilization,” she claimed.
“So I’d like to talk with these experts about their thoughts about that and whether the law is established or not—well established or not, in terms of the protection that individuals have if they are in the process of IVF.”
It is unclear whether Harris knows that women who use IVF are attempting to get pregnant, and that the process does indeed involve fertilization of an egg.