‘A WOMAN, you misogynists’: ABC pummeled for erasing pregnant victim of alleged abuse by NFL football player

Conservative political commentator Dana Loesch appears to have had her fill of gender madness sweeping the country and is calling a spade a spade.

Loesch responded to an ABC News report on Buffalo Bills linebacker Von Miller turning himself in after the NFL All-Pro was charged with domestic violence against the mother of his children, who happens to be pregnant.

In sharing the story on social media, the ABC News “X” account tweeted: “Police in Dallas have issued an arrest warrant for Buffalo Bills linebacker Von Miller for allegedly assaulting a pregnant person.”

“A WOMAN, you misogynists,” Loesch tweeted.

Oddly, ABC News did use the term “pregnant woman” in the body of the article:

Dallas police confirmed that the 34-year-old Miller surrendered to police in the suburb of Glenn Heights to face a charge of third-degree felony assault of a pregnant woman, which is punishable by 2 to 10 years in prison and a $10,000 fine.

The alleged assault occurred on Wednesday, according to a police affidavit in which officers wrote that Miller twice put his hands on the neck of the woman, pulled out a chunk of her hair and threw her onto a couch. The woman was treated for minor injuries, including bruising on her neck, police said.


Turns out, if Dylan Mulvaney taught the country anything — other than how to destroy a name-brand beer — it’s that the transgender craze is first and foremost a movement designed to erase women. After all, if a 26-year-old biological male can suddenly declare himself to be a girl, and be celebrated and promoted as such by corporate America, then what value does a woman have?

Under the social construct being pushed by the hard left, males can compete and dominate in women’s sports and can even compete in beauty pageants. “Men” can also have babies, according to the faithful, so the miracle of creating life is no longer reserved for women.

It’s all so confusing, the insanity being pushed on the world. As one social media user asked, “Why is it that they can say ‘girlfriend’ but not “woman?”

Here’s a quick sampling of other responses to the story, as seen on X:

Tom Tillison


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