NBC Interviews ‘Pro-Life’ Woman Who Cried After Roe Was Overturned

Apparently, NBC Nightly News thinks we are extremely gullible because on Monday evening, leftist “journalist” Yamiche Alcindor wandered to Michigan to interview a woman who claims to be a “pro-life Republican” who “cried for weeks” and was devastated after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v Wade. Now anyone with a lick of common sense knows this doesn’t pass the smell test, because the only “pro-life Republicans” who cried after Roe v Wade was overturned were crying tears of joy. 

Alcindor opened her fantasy-filled segment by claiming that “lifelong Republican Jessica Leach was devastated when the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade.”  Leach told Alcindor “I cried for weeks. I cried for my daughter. I always considered myself pro-life.” You would be forgiven if you mistook this segment for Saturday Night Live, yet sadly this wasn’t intentional satire. 

“Now she changed her mind and her party,” Alcindor excitedly reported. “Jessica got pregnant at 19 and visited an abortion clinic to weigh her options. She decided to have her son, who’s now 17, and says being able to make that choice is something every woman deserves.” 

Alcindor asked Leach “what do you say to people who think your story is an example of why abortion shouldn’t be an option?” She responded by claiming “I would tell those people that until recently it was always a hypothetical. I would beg them to understand that having these options paved the way for me to be a good mother.” 

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Yet Alcindor wasn’t done, she then interviewed Michigan Democrat Governor Gretchen Whitmer about their party’s love for abortion: 

YAMICHE ALCINDOR: What is at stake in this election and in the ballot referendum? 

GRETCHEN WHITMER: Well, abortion and the right to be a full American citizen with agency over your body is on this ballot. 

ALCINDOR: Her views are also shaped by her experiences. 

WHITMER: In college, in the days after I was raped, it dawned on me oh, my God, I might be pregnant. And the only thing that gave me a little bit of relief is knowing that I could make a decision that was right for me if that happened.

After fluffing Whitmer, Alcindor turned her claws on the Republican candidate for Governor Tudor Dixon by asking the biased question: “could just talk a bit more about your own views and talk to people who are worried about your views being too extreme?” 

Dixon articulately explained “I have shared my own pro-life story. I lost a baby at 18 weeks. When I lost the baby, the doctor said this baby probably died in the womb at 16 weeks. I held a beautiful baby girl.”  

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To read the relevant transcript click “expand”: 

NBC Nightly News 
9/12/2022
7:21:00 p.m. Eastern

YAMICHE ALCINDOR: Lifelong Republican Jessica Leach was devastated when the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade

JESSICA LEACH: I cried for weeks. I cried for my daughter. I always considered myself pro-life. 

ALCINDOR: Now she changed her mind and her party. Jessica got pregnant at 19 and visited an abortion clinic to weigh her options. She decided to have her son, who’s now 17 and says being able to make that choice is something every woman deserves. 

ALCINDOR: What do you say to people who think your story is an example of why abortion shouldn’t be an option? 

LEACH: I would tell those people that until recently it was always a hypothetical. I would beg them to understand that having these options paved the way for me to be a good mother. 

ALCINDOR: In Michigan, residents will vote on a ballot referendum in November that would enshrine abortion rights into the state constitution. 

You’re a doctor. 

Incumbent Democratic governor Gretchen Whitmer is also up for re-election. 

What is at stake in this election and in the ballot referendum? 

GRETCHEN WHITMER: Well, abortion and the right to be a full American citizen with agency over your body is on this ballot. 

ALCINDOR: Her views are also shaped by her experiences. 

WHITMER: In college, in the days after I was raped, it dawned on me oh, my God, I might be pregnant. And the only thing that gave me a little bit of relief is knowing that I could make a decision that was right for me if that happened. 

ALCINDOR: Her opponent, Republican Tudor Dixon, supports banning abortion with no exception for rape or incest. 

I wonder if you could just talk a bit more about your own views and talk to people who are worried about your views being too extreme?

TUDOR DIXON: I have shared my own pro-life story. I lost a baby at 18 weeks. When I lost the baby, the doctor said this baby probably died in the womb at 16 weeks. I held a beautiful baby girl.

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