Did the pot just call the kettle black?

Getting your facts messed up is a bad thing- but- when you point out someone’s mistakes- make sure you are not doing the same thing yourself:

For context- I give you this tweet by the pro-abortion RH Reality blog.


Dr. Julie Madsen was testifying in opposition to an Idaho bill, which would prevent doctors from prescribing abortion medication via telemedicine.

Dr. Madsen said at the hearing that she’d had some colonoscopy patients swallow small devices to let doctors examine their colons.

Then Rep. Vito Barbieri, R-Dalton Gardens, who supported the bill asked, “Can this same procedure then be done in a pregnancy? Swallowing a camera and helping the doctor determine what the situation is?”

Dr. Julie Madsen replied that would be anatomically impossible because swallowed pills do not end up in the vagina.

Rep. Barbieri replied, “fascinating.”

After his statements went viral, Rep. Barbieri, told KTVB he wasn’t being serious when he asked a doctor whether a woman could swallow a small camera for a gynecological exam.

Vito Barbieri clarified his statement, “So all I was doing was asking a rhetorical question, and I probably should have had a little bit more sarcastic or rhetorical tone to my inflection, but I was merely trying to illicit the response that I got, which is they’re not comparable, obviously,” he said. “You’re not going to take a tablet to determine the condition of the woman’s pregnancy.


Following the statements the pro-abortion RH Reality wrote this , The Stomach’s Not Connected to the Uterus—But Some Kids (and Lawmakers) Might Really Think It Is which said, “And on Monday, Idaho lawmaker Vito Barbieri appeared during a hearing to not know whether the uterus is connected to the stomach—a question he brought up while attempting to restrict reproductive rights in his home state.”

Tweeting (displayed in the image above), “What happens when people who never had sex education start making reproductive health laws?

Okay – I will admit that his question was rather ignorant and no doubt with that type of fodder the abortion movement will pounce.

But, it would appear that the abortion industry and their advocates can mock others while denying basic biology themselves, without scrutiny.

Abortion advocates who love to lecture others about errors deny #1) the humanity of the unborn child #2) that the child is a separate person from the woman

To which I replied: “What happens when ppl who don’t understand basic biology make #abortion laws? Baby = separate person.”

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