They’re Onto Us

 

Heidi N. Moore is a journalist who has written for the New York Times, the New York Times Book Review, the Wall Street Journal, The Guardian, USA Today, the Financial Times, the Washington Post, and Slate. Her (protected) Twitter account has over 100,000 followers. And she has cracked the Vast, Right-Wing Conspiracy behind overturning Roe v. Wade.

As it turns out, it’s all a Christian/Republican plot to steal black and brown babies.

Guys. What are we going to do about this woman?  She has figured it all out.

And they call me a conspiracy theorist because I think there may have been some shenanigans with the 2020 election.

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  1. Hoyacon Member
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    It is about babies, but it’s not about keeping those babies with their
    mothers.

    This is an excellent point since anyone would agree that abortion is all about keeping babies with their mothers.  Psychologically at least.

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  2. Sisyphus Member
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    @Sisyphus

    So why did Obama put immigrant children in cages?

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  3. CACrabtree Coolidge
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    Sisyphus (View Comment):

    So why did Obama put immigrant children in cages?

    I’m still trying to figure out what this “baby collecting” is…

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  4. Sisyphus Member
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    @Sisyphus

    …And how does it tie in to Epstein Island?

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  5. Jimmy Carter Member
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    And We figured Them out: They only want abortions to harvest the babies’ organs. 

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  6. Hoyacon Member
    Hoyacon
    @Hoyacon

    I don’t know much Twitter but I assume “protected” means that she gets to spout off but just anyone can’t tell her she’s a dumb***

    The evangelical Christian desire to adopt babies explains all of this.

    Actually, what explains all of this is a 98 page Supreme Court opinion, which, I have no doubt, you will not read.

    Next question: why is the desire of anyone to adopt in place of an abortion an issue.  Oh wait, they’re “Christians.” Bigot.

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  7. Dave of Barsham Member
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    @LesserSonofBarsham

    When my wife and I were in the adoption process we were told to be careful about looking up “anti-adoption” stuff because you find this kind of nuttery. 

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  8. Saint Augustine Member
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    Right. If we really cared about the babies and not much else, we would automatically overlook all of the legal, budgetary, and economic issues with free healthcare.

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  9. Hoyacon Member
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    @Hoyacon

    Saint Augustine (View Comment):

    Right. If we really cared about the babies and not much else, we would automatically overlook all of the legal, budgetary, and economic issues with free healthcare.

    The “not much else” is the killer.  The problem is that the left wants “much else” and doesn’t understand that it impacts “free healthcare.”

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  10. Tex929rr Coolidge
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    From her LinkedIn page

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  11. CACrabtree Coolidge
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    Tex929rr (View Comment):

    From her LinkedIn page

    “Pre-Med”?  While studying Literature, Philosophy & Theater?

    Hmmm…

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  12. Roberto Member
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    I’m not even Christian but this insane hatred and paranoia about those who object to murdering babies really just amounts to hating Christians, it seems to be the entire point at times.

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  13. Western Chauvinist Member
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    @WesternChauvinist

    Well, at least Republican Catholics are off the hook on this one. They have a bunch of their own and don’t (often) look to adopt. Breeding like rabbits, as the Pope once said.

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  14. Django Member
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    Forget the babies for the moment and ask, “What do we do with people as crazy/stupid as Heidi Moore?”

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  15. Sisyphus Member
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    Django (View Comment):

    Forget the babies for the moment and ask, “What do we do with people as crazy/stupid as Heidi Moore?”

    Apparently we give them jobs in media where they can’t harm anyone with their hate mongering. 

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  16. E. Kent Golding Member
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    Better dead than raised as Christians?

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  17. Flicker Coolidge
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    E. Kent Golding (View Comment):

    Better dead than raised as Christians?

    I just can’t like this comment, but yes.

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  18. 9thDistrictNeighbor Member
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  19. EJHill Podcaster
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    Western Chauvinist: Well, at least Republican Catholics are off the hook on this one.

    Not as much as the Jews. For once they completely dodged the bullet.

    Let’s face it, Ms. Moore is, most likely, just another atheist who has filled the hole in her heart with another false religion. This false religion comes with a complete set of sacraments: pronouns, gender metamorphosis, blood sacrifices in abortion and euthanasia, and their own incarnation of the devil. Blessed is the powerful state, forever and ever. Amen.

    And they believe more conspiracies than any Q-Anon nut job.

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  20. Kephalithos Member
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    9thDistrictNeighbor (View Comment):

    Meanwhile:

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  21. No Caesar Thatcher
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    Heidi N. Mooron

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  22. Tex929rr Coolidge
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    Apparently a group calling itself “Ruth Sent Us” is organizing protests at the homes of SCOTUS justices.  And yet, the notorious RBG herself felt that Roe was a bad decision; she made that assertion more than once in public.  I read a column this morning (OK, skimmed it) that claimed that if Roe is overturned there will never be another Republican President.  And yet I also read today that a progressive columnist is enraged at the Democrat party and will be leaving it for the party not doing more to protect abortion “rights”.  I also saw a columnist refer to the “constitutional right” to an abortion.

    For 50 years the progressive left has relied on the SCOTUS to be a super legislature (maybe more of a monarchy) to create the laws they prefer from whole cloth.  That whole icky legislative process and constitutional amendment process haven’t been worth their time while they could rely on their pet justices to simply negate the will of the people.

    It’s been working for so long that they no longer have any idea how the system is supposed to work.

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  23. Ray Gunner Coolidge
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    It is always fascinating to encounter a genuine bigot.  (Those lousy Christians are going to raise their adopted kids to be Christian!

    Btw, any bets on when Twitter will kick her off?

    From the terms of service:

    We prohibit targeting others with repeated slurs, tropes or other content that intends to dehumanize, degrade or reinforce negative or harmful stereotypes about a protected category… We also prohibit the dehumanization of a group of people based on their religion, caste, age, disability, serious disease, national origin, race, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, or sexual orientation. 

    Actually, I hope Heidi stays on.  I think it is better for a society when its bigots are open about their bigotry.

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  24. Stad Coolidge
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    CACrabtree (View Comment):

    Tex929rr (View Comment):

    From her LinkedIn page

    “Pre-Med”? While studying Literature, Philosophy & Theater?

    Hmmm…

    Maybe the “med” means “Meditation” . . .

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  25. Douglas Pratt Coolidge
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    If you want to have some fun, read some quotes to these people from the writings of Margaret Sanger and the other eugenicists who founded Planned Parenthood.

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  26. WilliamDean Coolidge
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    Hell even if this were true, stealing the babies would still be better than killing them.

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  27. DaveSchmidt Coolidge
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    CACrabtree (View Comment):

    Tex929rr (View Comment):

    From her LinkedIn page

    “Pre-Med”? While studying Literature, Philosophy & Theater?

    Hmmm…

    Those were her attempted majors listed in reverse order.  She probably changed to a new major as she recognized that she didn’t have the talent to complete the one she was in.

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  28. Henry Castaigne Member
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    @HenryCastaigne

    She is angry because Christianity is a faith that competes with progressivism.

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  29. E. Kent Golding Member
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    Kephalithos (View Comment):

    9thDistrictNeighbor (View Comment):

    Meanwhile:

    Image

    Image

    Still not sentient.

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  30. Laura Gadbery Coolidge
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    @LauraGadbery

    Not long ago the argument was Christians who are pro-life weren’t adopting enough babies and now they’re adopting too many? This is difficult to follow. As usual. 

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