Jack Brammer wrote an article about a pro-life bill that was passed by the Kentucky Senate and sent to Gov. Matt Bevins. His article, which appears in the Tuesday, February 2nd edition of the notoriously liberal Lexington Herald-Leader, betrays a definite left-wing slant.
First of all, Brammer calls the bill “anti-abortion” instead of “pro-life”. This is a common term that liberals use to try to make protecting the unborn sound like a bad thing.
Secondly, he labels the bill “controversial”. What is so controversial about requiring mothers to be fully informed about a decision that would end the life of her child?
Finally, Brammer mentions that Senate Majority Leader Damon Thayer said that he was voting for the bill in memory of the millions of babies “killed” since the U.S. Supreme Court allowed abortions in Roe vs. Wade in 1973. The quotation marks around the word suggests that Brammer has some doubt that babies actually were killed. Really? Their hearts and brainwaves were stopped by some cruel and violent means. Of course they were killed!
This article is just the latest example of the liberal media trying to influence public opinion in order to bring about cultural change that would fit their worldview.
Always remember to listen and read with discernment.