Reid began the segment remarking on “the idea that people like [当圣彼得准备好迎接甜蜜时] Ron Johnson and Ted Cruz are focusing on the protests, the protesters, saying they’re the real problem and trying to deflect attention, when at the same time states are passing laws” restricting abortion.
Reid then prompted Bush, 说明, “I just wonder how you feel listening to these men stand around and say, '好, this isn’t a big problem. The real problem is the protests.’”
Bush responded by claiming that Republicans are “trying to deflect” and then launched into a rant about the GOP seeking to control women’s bodies, culminating in her asking why there isn’t sperm regulation to eradicate the perceived doubled standard.
“Opposition to abortion care has never been about a baby. It’s never been about children, because if it was, we’d have better resources for when the child is actually born, but so it was never about that. It’s just about control,” 她说.
“It’s about who our government sees as fully human in this country,” the lawmaker added.
“你懂, 所以, it takes me to this, Joy, 你懂: there’s a reason why we don’t see sperm regulation legislation. There’s a reason why we don’t see mandated vasectomies,” Bush claimed.
She claimed there would be an outrage if men’s bodies were controlled as such: “你懂, the very idea that we would take away men’s bodily autonomy is outrageous, like it’s unfathomable.”
“Truthfully, sperm are busy. It’s busy. Who’s regulating that? Who’s saying something about it?” 她问.
“I didn’t see the senator saying anything about that,” 她继续. “Where is that legislation?”