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Dec 08 2022

“Pro-Choice” Struck From Newspeak Dictionary

“Pro-choice” is a hell of a euphemism to describe being in favor of people choosing to kill their own offspring. But another term is considered more effective at promoting the media’s agenda. Consquently,

The Associated Press issued new guidelines for the topic of abortion Monday. The writing stylebook says to now “use the modifiers anti-abortion or abortion-rights; don’t use pro-life, pro-choice or pro-abortion unless they are in quotes or proper names. Avoid abortionist, which connotes a person who performs clandestine abortions.”

News outlets across the spectrum use the AP stylebook. But the Daily Signal will ignore this Newspeak Dictionary update. Here’s why:

Replacing the term “pro-choice” and “pro-abortion” with “abortion-rights” inaccurately implies that women have a right to end the life of the child growing in their womb. The Declaration of Independence speaks of a right to “Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness,” but neither the Declaration nor the Constitution provides a right to end a pregnancy through elective abortion.

This was confirmed by the Dobbs decision, infuriating pro-abortion progressives, who assert that the Constitution says whatever they want it to say.

The purpose of the liberal media establishment is to fabricate and reinforce a narrative that empowers the Democratic Party. Conditioning people to see abortion as a right rather than a crime supports this narrative. It does not reflect reality.

On a tip from Lyle.


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