Bette Midler retweets ridiculous Viagra meme after SCOTUS decision

Liberal Hollywood icon Bette Midler jumped into the fray over the Roe V. Wade decision on Monday with a lame retweet that compares killing an unborn child to taking erectile dysfunction medication, showing that she is as “tone-deaf” as she has accused the Supreme Court of being.

“Time to ban Viagra,” the retweeted meme read. “Because if pregnancy is ‘God’s will,’ then so is your limp d***.”

Many liberals without two brain cells to rub together have been making ignorant comparisons and comments about the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe and send abortion decisions back to the states.

Midler is way past the age where she has to worry about whether to have an abortion, but she thinks the country is better off slaughtering millions of babies just the same.

The illogic

While it may be well and fine to ban Viagra, Midler’s ridiculous meme is apples to oranges because the legality of Viagra does not hinge on destroying innocent life. Abortion’s legality does.

There is no good argument for abortion that gets around the fact that a life is being taken away, but liberals keep trying.

In an earlier tweet just after the decision was released, Midler calls the Supreme Court “tone-deaf” and says it isn’t taking the American people’s “will and actual needs” into account.

What about the needs of the unborn baby? That’s where the “my body, my choice” argument falls apart, because an unborn baby is not the mother’s body, it’s someone else’s.

Abortion is not a constitutional “right”

The Dobbs V. Jackson Women’s Health Organization ruling has cleared the way for about half of U.S. states to enact bans on most abortions, and allows the states that want to keep abortion legal to do so.

The fact is, abortion should never have been declared a federal “right,” and to be honest, neither should gay marriage, guaranteed free contraception, or several other things that (mostly Democrats) have tried to say are somehow in the Constitution even though they are clearly not.

And according to the Constitution, rights not laid out are given to the states to decide.

The Dobbs decision and subsequent overruling of Roe is a step in the right direction toward constitutional originalism, but there is still a way to go to get there.

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