Letter: ‘My body, my choice’ isn’t what they’re saying


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Based on a leaked opinion by Supreme Court Justice Alito, the liberal left has raged on about the Supreme Court making abortion illegal, which it does not. Even if the Supreme Court would vote to end Roe v. Wade, a woman could still get an abortion in the state of New York all the way up to the birth of the child. Every individual state would be able to democratically decide its own abortion law.

So where is the outcry when the federal government uses its full weight to force millions of Americans to put an experimental shot in their arms, including some states to shoot up children as young as 5 months. The government mandates — not laws — forced millions of federal employees to get the shots or lose their jobs. Immense pressures were put on private companies of over 100 employees to force getting the shots.

Biden openly lied during the CNN town hall in July 2021 when he stated, “This is a simple, basic proposition: If you’re vaccinated, you’re not going to be hospitalized, you’re not going to be in an ICU unit, and you’re not going to die.” Even most of the government-mandated masks, especially the worthless blue paper ones, have been scientifically debunked.

To the ideologues currently in power, “my body, my choice” is only enforceable by false narratives, lying to the general populace and relying on non-democratic mandates to achieve their goals.

Craig Nichols

Findlay

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