On Saturday, Democrat U.S. Rep. Melanie Stansbury of New Mexico’s First Congressional District shared photos on social media of a protest she attended at Tiguex Park in Albuquerque. The protest was against the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn the archaic 1973 Roe v. Wade decision that legalized abortion on demand in the United States. The Court ruled that it was up to individual states to determine their abortion laws.
Stansbury shared photos of her speaking on a stage where a banner reading “Stand With Black Women” is displayed, along with other pro-abortion sentiments.
In the post, she wrote, “Our bodies. Our choice. Thank you to everyone who showed up to fight for reproductive rights! It’s time to get loud. Get organized. And get out the vote!”
One person responded to her tweet, “LGBTQ Men Get Abortion [Too].”
The far-left congresswoman responded with a “100%” emoji, showing agreement with the sentiment that “men” can have abortions despite many of the groups in the “LGBTQ” acronym not biologically being able to bear children, much less abort them.
One person responded to Stansbury with, “Gay men? Nope. Lesbians? Nope. Bi’s? 50% less. Trans? I guess. Q? Whatever the hell that is.”
Another responded with “Party of science” and two laughing emojis.
It appears Stansbury, who campaigned on supporting science, is joining other conspiracy theorists in their claims that defy science.
In 1973 when Roe v. Wade was decided, ultrasounds were not widely used until after the landmark Supreme Court opinion, while modern technology has only further affirmed the humanity of the baby in the womb.
Therefore, Stansbury’s fervent support for Roe and the pro-abortion propaganda claiming non-biological women can have abortions further adds to her non-science views.