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Nets Try to Rebuild Biden’s Image, Tout Him ‘Vowing to Fight’ Pro-Life Law

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After President Biden’s deadly disaster of an evacuation from Afghanistan, the liberal media were desperate to improve his image, including among Democrats. The new pro-life law defending the unborn in Texas was the opportunity they needed, as ABC World News Tonight anchor David Muir boasted that Biden had called “the law an unprecedented assault on a woman’s constitutional rights, vowing to fight.”

The broadcast networks (ABC, CBS, and NBC) were desperate because the writing on the wall showed that Biden was now an unpopular President and dropping fast. It was the reality they refused to mention on their newscasts with a new NPR/PBS survey finding Biden’s approval at 43 percent. Meanwhile, the Real Clear Politics average had him at almost 50 percent disapproval.

Building off World News Tonight anchor David Muir, ABC congressional correspondent Rachel Scott proclaimed the law was “anti-choice” rather than pro-life and highlighted one activist’s outrage. “For a five to ten-minute procedure, to drive 600 miles in the middle of a pandemic — it’s cruel,” the female activist said.

What’s actually cruel is killing an unborn child and claiming it’s a right.

Over on the CBS Evening News, anchor Norah O’Donnell began the segment by lauding the President for his words. “Well, tonight, President Biden is blasting the Supreme Court decision allowing Texas’s new abortion law to take effect,” she said. “It is the strictest law in the nation and leaves women seeking abortions with few options.”

After decrying how Texas Right to Life was moving to ensure the law was being followed, CBS senior national correspondent Ben Tracy also boosted Biden:

President Biden slammed the high court’s decision not to intervene calling it an “unprecedented assault on a woman’s constitutional rights under Roe v. Wade” and directed federal agencies, including the Justice Department to try to ensure women in Texas have access to abortion.

While Tracy was celebrating Biden’s order for the DOJ to get involved, he failed to mention that the order broke Biden’s election promise not get involved in the affairs of the justice department and to not use them as a weapon.

He also chided how the law relied on the heartbeat of the unborn child. “The Texas law bans abortion after about six weeks of pregnancy when a so-called ‘fetal heartbeat’ is detected. A controversial term because of how undeveloped the embryo is at that stage,” he said.

Over on NBC Nightly News, correspondent Catie Beck bolstered Biden as a fighter going toe-to-toe against the pro-life movement:

The law forbids abortions after cardiac activity is detected, typically at six weeks, and allows citizens to sue anyone who assisted anyone to get an abortion after that time. President Biden vowing to challenge the law with powerful federal resources, saying it “unleashes unconstitutional chaos.”

Meanwhile, the defenders of the law call it incredible progress. Florida and South Dakota already making moves toward adopting their own.

But back on ABC, while Muir was touting Biden, Scott wasn’t so sure. As she wrapped her report, Scott sounded defeated: “President Biden called this law extreme, but at this point, there is very little the President can do.”

She then whined about former President Trump putting “a conservative majority on the bench. Former President Donald Trump was able to appoint three justices to the bench. And this week, all three of those justices were in favor of this law moving forward.”

This attempt to rehabilitate President Biden image was made possible because of lucrative sponsorships from Chase on ABC, Allegra on CBS, and Liberty Mutual on NBC. Their contact information is linked so that you can tell them about the biased news they fund.

The relevant parts of the transcripts are below, click “expand” to read:

ABC’s World News Tonight

September 2, 2021

6:42:39 p.m. Eastern

DAVID MUIR: We move onto the other news tonight and to that Supreme Court ruling overnight that will now allow the new abortion law in Texas to stand. Effectively banning nearly all abortions in that state. President Biden calling the law an unprecedented assault on a woman’s constitutional rights, vowing to fight. ABC’s Rachel Scott from Texas, tonight.

[Cuts to video]

RACHEL SCOTT: 24 hours after the nation’s toughest anti-choice law went into effect, doctors and advocates we spoke to say abortions in Texas have all but stopped.

(…)

6:44:58 p.m. Eastern

REBECCA TONG (Trust Women, co-executive director): For a five to ten-minute procedure, to drive 600 miles in the middle of a pandemic — it’s cruel.

[Cuts back to live]

SCOTT: David, President Biden called this law extreme, but at this point, there is very little the President can do. The fact is that there’s a conservative majority on the bench. Former President Donald Trump was able to appoint three justices to the bench. And this week, all three of those justices were in favor of this law moving forward.

CBS Evening News

September 2, 2021

6:39:05 p.m. Eastern

NORAH O’DONNELL: Well, tonight, President Biden is blasting the Supreme Court decision allowing Texas’s new abortion law to take effect. It is the strictest law in the nation and leaves women seeking abortions with few options. CBS’s Ben Tracy is at the Supreme Court.

(…)

6:40:14 p.m. Eastern

BEN TRACY: The Texas law bans abortion after about six weeks of pregnancy when a so-called “fetal heartbeat” is detected. A controversial term because of how undeveloped the embryo is at that stage. The law makes no exception for rape or incest.

Texas Right to Life is now encouraging people to provide tips about anyone trying to break the new law. And clinics in Oklahoma and Kansas say they are now seeing patients arrive from Texas.

President Biden slammed the high court’s decision not to intervene calling it an “unprecedented assault on a woman’s constitutional rights under Roe v. Wade” and directed federal agencies, including the Justice Department to try to ensure women in Texas have access to abortion.

(…)

NBC Nightly News

September 2, 2021

7:09:014 p.m. Eastern

TOM LLAMAS: Now to another breaking story in Washington, where the Supreme Court just cleared the way for a controversial abortion law in Texas. It’s a major blow for the abortion rights movement. For other states, though, the divisive ruling could be a blueprint toward their own laws. Catie Beck reports.

[Cuts to video]

CATIE BECK: A divided Supreme Court decision causing more divide across the country.

UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN: Everyone deserves to have the ability to decide if and when to carry a child.

BECK: A late-night 5-4 vote allows the country’s most restrictive abortion law to stand in Texas. Justices denying the request to block the law, saying abortion providers failed to make their case that the court should step in.

The law forbids abortions after cardiac activity is detected, typically at six weeks, and allows citizens to sue anyone who assisted anyone to get an abortion after that time. President Biden vowing to challenge the law with powerful federal resources, saying it “unleashes unconstitutional chaos.”

Meanwhile, the defenders of the law call it incredible progress. Florida and South Dakota already making moves toward adopting their own.

WILTON SIMPSON (R-Florida State Senator): It clearly is going to send a signal to all the states that are interested in banning abortion.

BECK: Advocates of abortion rights predict a firestorm of similar legislation.

NANCY NORTHUP (CRR, CEO): Roe V. Wade is the dead letter in Texas today.

BECK: You use the word “sneaky” to describe the Texas law. What’s sneaky about it?

NORTHUP: So, what they’ve done is said, ‘we’re not going to enforce the law. We’re going to empower individuals to be able to sue people to stop them from having abortions. [Transition] We’re going to try to get someone else to do our dirty work for us.

BECK: The issue again heads to the Supreme Court in coming months. Catie Beck, NBC News.

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