VP’s hubby to host panel encouraging young men to advocate for a woman’s right to kill their baby

It’s not bad enough that so many American women are shouting their abortions from the rooftops and celebrating them on TikTok.

Now “Second Gentleman” Doug Emhoff is convening a panel in Atlanta on Tuesday with the goal of getting more young American men to advocate for the right to kill their offspring.

It’s been five years since Republican Georgia Governor Brian Kemp signed a six-week abortion ban into law, and Emhoff is hoping to use that for his wife’s political gain.

According to NBC News, the panel will be “focused on the role men can play in advocating for more access to abortion rights, according to sources familiar with the plans.”

Gathered to speak will be “health care providers, reproductive rights activists, local leaders and students,” NBC News reports, and the audience is expected to be mainly men, with some students from Morehouse College.

“Emhoff plans to stress the importance of men supporting abortion rights and using their voices to push to expand women’s ability to get the procedure,” the sources told NBC News.

Emhoff’s panel is collaborating with Men4Choice, which has also organized events with Emhoff in Florida, Arizona, and North Carolina.

According to its website, Men4Choice’s mission is to “unconditionally support the women and impacted individuals leading this movement by activating, educating, and mobilizing male allies into the fight to protect and expand reproductive freedom.”

It is “is narrowly focused on young men — Gen Z and millennials” and it is especially interested in convincing young black men to advocate for abortions.

According to the group’s website, it “collaborated with Planned Parenthood Action Fund on a GOTV digital campaign to particularly engage Black men in Georgia, with a message about protecting abortion rights in the state.”

Among their other partners are the ACLU, the Black Male Voter Project, the National Organization for Women, and the New Georgia Voting Initiative and Brother’s Engagement, or “VIBE,” an organization pushing “a collective civic agenda to decriminalize cannabis consumption, expunge the records of those with cannabis related charges, eliminate barriers to entry in Georgia’s medical cannabis industry for Black men, and promote the medicinal benefits of cannabis.”

Men4Choice also received a $650,00 grant from the Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors (RPA).

According to NBC News’s sources, on Tuesday, Emhoff and Men4Choice “will aim to send a message to men that they must help push back against state abortion restrictions and support candidates who will expand abortion access.”

Before the big event, Emhoff is expected to “meet with Black small-business owners and visit a local business, where he will seek to call attention to a new tour the vice president recently kicked off aimed at highlighting the need to create economic opportunities.”

Vice President Kamala Harris has made killing unborn babies the cornerstone of her efforts to keep her job.

Harris has repeatedly addressed the issue on X, refusing to accept the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn the unconstitutional Roe v. Wade and return the right to legislate abortions to the states where it belongs.

“To truly protect reproductive freedom, Congress must restore the protections of Roe,” she stated last week on X.

Melissa Fine


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