EVIL: Wash Post Spews That Roe Reversal Is a ‘9/11 Attack on America’s Social Fabric’

The editors may contact The Washington Post If they were capable, shame should come to their minds. The paper that arrogantly claims the authority to stop democracy from “dying in darkness,” on Friday published an op-ed condemning, “Roe’s impending reversal is a 9/11 attack on America’s social fabric

If the PostIt attempts to change or edit it. This is its digital headline in all of its infamy.



Proving it’s apparently impossible to go too far when smearing the cause of life, Milbank sneered:

With very few modifications to the draft expected, Roe being overturned would have a devastating effect on our lives. This is similar to what happened after the 9/11 attacks, which shattered our senses physical and financial security, or 2008’s crash, which ruined our financial security. Brown v. Board of Education is an epoch making decision. However, the opposite happens: Americans are losing a fundamental right they have relied upon for more than 50 years. Brown is remembered because of how it changed our lives forever and not for changing the 1954 midterms.

3000 Americans were murdered by terrorists on September 11, 2001, yet that’s the same as a Supreme Court ruling that would protect the lives of countless babies? How distorted is this way of viewing the problem? Since 1973, sixty-three million people have lost their lives. Perhaps that is a higher number than we should give our readers.

Milbank did not mention that violence occurred this week in the form a radical abortionist group bombing pro-life organizations and trying to intimidate conservatives at the Court following another abortion group’s doxxing of their addresses.

But that shouldn’t be surprising as the PostA hard-left reporter was sent to piss off the women behind the popular Libs of TikTok twitter page. It is obvious that the editors of this paper have an affinity with the practice. 

The Washington Post’s Editors should feel ashamed for publishing Dana Milbank’s vile hatred. If you want to contact the paper to complain, here’s the phone number.

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