Alabama’s anti-abortion activists have even lost Pat Robertson.
The state Senate Tuesday night passed an anti-abortion bill so extreme it outlaws all abortion from the point of conception, only giving exceptions to situations when the health of the Mother is in serious danger. Abortions for rape and incest would also be illegal. Doctors performing abortions could be jailed for 99 years.
“I think Alabama has gone too far, they’ve passed a law that would give a 99-year prison sentence to those who commit abortions,” Robertson said Wednesday, as Talking Points Memo reports. “There’s no exception for rape or incest. It’s an extreme law and they want to challenge Roe v. Wade, but my humble view is that this is not the case we want to bring to the Supreme Court because I think this one’ll lose.”
‘I love how this is eating you alive’: Rick Wilson dances on the grave of Trump’s corrupt G7 gambit
Conservative Rick Wilson on Monday taunted President Donald Trump after he was forced to scrap his plan to host next year's G7 summit at his own golf course.
Reacting to the president's Monday morning tweet in which he bitterly complained about having to cancel plans to award a massive government contract to his own business, Wilson roasted the president for his shameless effort to profit off his office.
"I love how this is eating you alive," Wilson wrote. "The mismatch between the economic status of your supporters and the price point of your resorts is exactly why you keep flogging the hell out of them. Your brand is failing, broken, and poisonous."
Trump melts down in cabinet meeting when questioned about ISIS: ‘It was me who captured them’
President Donald Trump reportedly excoriated members of the media on Monday after he was questioned about his decision to pull troops out of Kurdish areas of Syria.
"Plenty of Turks have been killed because of conflicts on their borders," Trump said, according to a pool report. "ISIS was all over the place... it was me who captured them."
After criticizing President Barack Obama, the president continued.
"I'm the one who did the capturing," Trump insisted. "I'm the one who knows more about it than you people or fake pundits."
The View’s Joy Behar nails ‘sad truth’ about spiteful Trump voters: ‘They don’t want health care if you get it also’
Joy Behar nailed the "sad truth" about spiteful supporters of President Donald Trump.
"The View" co-host pointed to a New York Times column written by University of Florida professor Darlena Cunha, who spoke with some of her neighbors about their support for the scandal-plagued Republican president.
One man who struck up a conversation with the writer apologized right away for his poor dental health, which he couldn't afford to improve, but said he'd rather do without health care than pay for someone he didn't think deserved it.