On Friday, during the left-wing talk show The View on ABC, actress America Ferrera bashed Texas’ pro-life law saving babies from abortions, arguing it was racist to restrict abortions because it would “oppress” black and brown women.
Guest host Star Parker asked Ferrera, “Speaking of children, America, I want to ask you about what’s happening in Texas which now has a near-total abortion ban and restrictive new voting legislation that is in place…How concerned are you about the plight of women in Texas, and what we all know is going to follow in a significant number of our states?”
Ferrera replied, “[L]et’s just call it what it is. Access to abortion is about race and poverty.- if you are rich and white, chances are, you will find access to the health care that you need. When we restrict women’s rights and access to make choices about their reproductive health, what we are doing is restricting black and brown women and poor women.”
She added, “[P]articularly in Texas, if you are black and brown, you have less access to health care. That is a fact. So we’re not just talking about the awful restrictions on a woman’s right to choose what to do with her own body. We’re talking about financial oppression. We’re talking about the systemic kind of oppression that keeps women of color where a lot of people like them, poor and out of options.”
Life News reports:
Yes, you read that right. According to the left, it’s now racist to want more black babies to live, and not kill them. No one at the table disagreed. The ladies on The View rely on their audience’s ignorance to let lies like this stand. Planned Parenthood, the largest abortion organization in the country and championed by Democrats, was funded by a white, racist eugenecist named Margaret Sanger.
Earlier in the show, the hosts were already skewing the facts to trash Republicans on vaccines. While hailing President Biden’s demeaning address to the nation yesterday where he scolded the unvaccinated, co-host Sunny Hostin suggested vaccine hesitancy wasn’t a problem with black Americans.