Jen Psaki Slams Male Reporter For Having Opinion On Abortion - (Video)

Written By BlabberBuzz | Sunday, 05 September 2021 01:15
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Jen Psaki has been crashed by conservative pundits after she snapped at a male reporter who questioned how President Joe Biden squares his pro-choice abortion beliefs with his Catholic faith.

Owen Jensen, a reporter for Catholic television network EWTN, asked Psaki about the Commander-in-chief's conflicting beliefs throughout a White House Press Briefing on Thursday, after the Supreme Court's refusal to block a restrictive new abortion law in Texas.

'He [Biden] believes it's a woman's right, it's a woman's body and it's her choice. It's up to a woman to make those decisions and a woman's decision to make with her doctor,' Psaki announced.

She then turned personal, telling Jensen in a dismissive manner: 'I know you have never faced those choices, nor have you ever been pregnant but for women out there who have faced those choices, this is an incredibly difficult thing and the president believes that right should be respected.'

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Many conservatives denounced Psaki's comment, insisting it implied that men should have no say in the abortion debate, notwithstanding the expectation that they are hands-on fathers to their children.

Fr. Frank Pavone, a Catholic Priest, wrote: 'Jen Psaki is still using the weak old excuse for #abortion that men cannot get pregnant. Since when does that take away a man's responsibility to defend a child from violence?'

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Ed Condon, the editor of Substack page The Pillar, similarly wrote: 'The fundamental premise of Jen Psaki's comments is that fathers have no intrinsic stake in the life of their children. It's also the fundamental premise of a society which views children as transferable commodities.'

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In the meantime, Breitbart editor Joel Pollack wrote: 'Telling a male reporter he can't ask a question about the president's views on abortion (has @JoeBiden never been pregnant, either, to the best of my knowledge) and religion was a real low point for Jen Psaki. It was bigoted and unprofessional. I hope she walks it back.'

Many other conservatives explained that Psaki was using language that was not 'gender-inclusive' as she stated abortion was a 'woman's right' and implied that those who identify as male cannot get pregnant.

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In recent years, many on the left have tried to usher in a more inclusive language to describe those who are pregnant. Recently, Democratic Rep. Cori Bush replaced 'pregnant women' with the term 'birthing people' to describe those who were expecting.

'I was told men can get pregnant and that they can breastfeed,' pundit Katie Pavlich wrote beneath a clip of Psaki snapping at the male reporter.

Meanwhile, Newsmax contributor Jessie Jane Duff chimed: 'Jen Psaki and her ilk actually voiced their outrage that they can't kill another human being after its heart starts to beat. They are soulless ghouls. "Her choice to stop another human being's heartbeat" isn't quite as catchy as "My body my choice". And they know it.'

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