Boom: Megyn Kelly Delivers Knockout Punch to Libs Over Hobby Lobby (Awesome)

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Megyn Kelly responded to the Hobby Lobby freakout by liberal woman’s activist Sandra Fluke, by saying this is not a “war on women” as Fluke says it is. “This is about the attempted war on the religious right.”

Fluke is intentionally publicizing false facts about the result of the Hobby Lobby decision to cause a stir. She forgets to mention that this is a decision upheld by a democratic order that was introduced into Congress by Bill Clinton, that states that due to religious beliefs, companies do not have to abide by all of Obamacare’s mandates.

Hobby Lobby in this instance still is providing 16 of the 20 types of birth control to its employees; it is just refusing to pay for 4 types of abortion pills that terminate an already fertilized egg.

As always, be sure you hear all the information and not just what the liberal pundits want you to know. Stay informed.

This post originally appeared on Western Journalism – Informing And Equipping Americans Who Love Freedom

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  1. Couldn't get the video to play…

  2. Edwardkoziol says:

    If only our republican politicians had the balls to do as Megyn did. My wish is that the press would actually tell the truth about this Supreme Court decision.

  3. If someone cant afford their own birth control with out the help of the government they are to poor to even think about having sex.

  4. I think there is room for everyone to be pro choice and pro life. More often than not, a woman makes the choice (pro) to have sex. If the consequence of that sexual liaison is a pregnancy, then there is a very good chance of life (pro). Not every pregnancy obviously goes to term. It is a very simplistic approach to how the two sides can coexist. Isn't the basic consequence of unprotected sex a pregnancy? Too many people who should not be having sex are. Our schools are teaching sex ed, and handing out condoms, so why would we believe women (and men) don't know the consequences of unprotected sex. If you believe there is a God, you should also believe it is time to stop the pagan ritual of baby sacrifices!

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