Alabama’s Abortion Ban; Trump’s War on Congress: A Closer Look

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Published on May 16, 2019

Seth takes a closer look at the president arguing in court that Congress can’t investigate him as Republicans wage a war on reproductive rights.

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  • Dan Bamford 1 month ago

    Elective abortion should be illegal, it’s baby murder bruh

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  • Frank A 1 month ago

    I wonder if all the women in Alabama are now singing “Sweet Home Alabama”.

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  • Aspiring Marauder 1 month ago

    We’re gonna have a LOT more inbred monstrosities crawling out of the hills and swamps, chanting about giving your money to God.

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  • Ryan lex 1 month ago

    Lefties trying so hard to spread LBGTQ to the whole world. 😂😂😂

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  • Biasly Unbiased 1 month ago

    Red States are still Slave States,Boycott Them!!!

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  • Hollins23 1 month ago

    LOL! The people or person who wrote that part about Elizabeth Warren were/ was spot-on. I could also see her with a Bed & Breakfast where the guests are encouraged to rise abnormally early! 😂

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  • Get Out Of The Wall Grover 1 month ago

    Alabama is one of the top states where rape occurs most often. It’s not a coincidence how the top rape states are conservative states. Be  that a lesson, religious people, more likely to hide rape and help conceal it this is why the priest scandal went on for hundreds of years and is still ongoing. Really forces the hypocrisy of faith all right in your face.

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  • Jari Fuller 1 month ago

    good

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  • dadfud4869 1 month ago

    …just F…n great a member of the Supreme Court throwing a hissy fit during conformation ,what could go wrong HERE? oh so very judicial!

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  • Biasly Unbiased 1 month ago

    Inbreeding Rapist States Doing anything they can to create more Crazed Extremist Evangelical Christians aka former SLAVE OWNERS! Well their ancestors!!

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  • Ryan lex 1 month ago

    Also i don’t remember abortion laws were in founding father bills of rights. Can’t see any on there😂😂

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  • smokiemirrors 1 month ago

    I’m still missing a piece! *mouth pout* I lost it.

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  • Adolfo Villarroel 1 month ago

    People on both sides of Roe v Wade act like each side is monsters. But the argument on both sides is valid to a certain extent.

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  • Ginger Kid 1 month ago

    I never tire of seeing Warren or Harris verbally dismantle dissembling Trump appointees.

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  • Loren Pinnock 1 month ago

    So killing unborn child is okay ?

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  • Margo Sparkle 1 month ago

    I don’t understand why people on the right can elaborate on the intentions of the left. There is no proof. It is their creation of what they think it would be from their perspective. There is no way they can put their mind set in the state of a leftist and surmise what they value and their tactics. They make it all up and shout it to audiences and that is all horrible. I am left because I want to save the remaining trees, stop clear cutting original forests, keep drinking water clean, support minimum wage growth, provide for people to have food and schools etc. (btw Trump recently signed a bill into law allowing corporations to dump toxic chemicals into water that comes to our kitchens,, reversing our win. we thought that clean drinking water is an automatic win, but it is not so.) We want hurricane relief to be ample and get to the communities quickly so victims can have shelter and water and food etc right away. A couple of days goes by and it is really a bad situation for hungry/starving people. There is nothing bad about being on the left.

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  • Theomite 1 month ago

    ARCHIMEDES: Give me a lever and I can move the world.
    CHAMBLISS: It’s not in a woman. She’s not pregnant.
    ARCHIMEDES: Great, I can use that.

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  • Matt H 1 month ago

    I would be genuinely surprised if Trump has never paid one of his dalliances to have an abortion.

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  • Reading is Magic! TV 1 month ago

    I wish that women’s health and other personal issues would not be such an ego and power game for those in politics. A personal decision such as this has no place being mandated by law. Why don’t they mandate that all men who rape, commit incest, all pedofiles and the men whose actions prompted women to make such difficult decisions be castrated? Then it might be fair. But NO, it’s always the women who take the blame and have to suffer a lifetime of guilt and shame.

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  • Olivier Bertrand 1 month ago

    Separation of Church and State. Religion has no basis in the creation of legislation.

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