These Supreme Court Abortion Myths Are Spreading Too Fast

( )- When it comes to peddling disinformation, the pro-abortion activists in the Democrat Party are masters.

After Roe v. Wade was overturned and abortion sent back to the states, Democrats began to furiously peddle flat-out lies about abortion restriction laws, and the same social media platforms that vowed to fight back against disinformation aren’t lifting a finger to stop them.

From the radicals on the street to the talking heads on cable news to the halls of Congress and the White House, Americans are being told that states restricting abortion would prevent women with ectopic pregnancies or who suffered miscarriages from legally getting treatment.

This is a lie.

Not one state has banned the treatment of ectopic pregnancy or miscarriage. Not one.

The treatment of either is not an abortion.

But how many women suffering a miscarriage will be too afraid to go to the doctor because they believe the lies coming from the pro-abortion left?

In a column at Fox News, Kansas Republican Senator Roger Marshall, an obstetrician and gynecologist, explains how these pro-abortion arguments are not only lies but could also cause harm to women.

Senator Marshall writes that even states that had a “trigger” law banning all abortions if Roe v. Wade is overturned do not ban the treatment of ectopic pregnancies or miscarriages, and to claim otherwise is fear-mongering.

Yes, well, fear-mongering is all the pro-abortion Left has.

They can’t argue the facts because the facts aren’t on their side.

Marshall also notes another false claim made by the pro-abortion Left, namely that overturning Roe v. Wade will be devastating to women’s health.

In making the argument, Marshall explains that the pro-aborts are implying that having to carry a baby to term is more dangerous to the health of a woman than getting an abortion.

That might have been true three hundred years ago when childbirth was fraught with danger but it certainly isn’t true today. With modern medical advancements, even high-risk pregnancies are delivered safely.

Read Senator Marshall’s full column HERE.