‘Today’ marks Father’s Day with article celebration abortion: ‘Straight-up propaganda’

The “Today” show tells dads across America “Happy Father’s Day” with an oxymoronic message to celebrate fathers on potentially the last Father’s Day before the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade and gives the power over abortions back to the states.

“Eight dads share how abortion shaped their lives,” the headline emblazoned across the article posted to their website read.

The author Danielle Campoamor then set out on a wordy journey to explain to her audience how abortion had a positive impact on several men while simultaneously lamenting the potential end to the rein of the landmark Supreme Court decision that has defined abortion as a constitutional right in the United States for decades. For clarity, the males did not have the abortions, their wives and partners with uteruses did.

“Eight dads are sharing how abortion has helped them become the fathers they are today, on what experts believe will likely be the last Father’s Day before the Supreme Court issues a ruling that would overturn Roe v Wade,” the article opened.

“In May, a leaked draft of a Supreme Court opinion on the Mississippi 15-week abortion ban indicated the Court is poised to overturn Roe v Wade, the 1971 Supreme Court decision that established the constitutional right to abortion care,” it read.

“The draft is not a formal decision and the court has not ruled on the Mississippi 15-week abortion ban,” it continued. “Abortion is still legal in all 50 states.”

In an eyebrow-raising take, the “Today” reporter found several men who expressed their gratitude for their wives and girlfriends being able to abort an unborn child.

“If we had not been able to terminate an unwanted pregnancy, we wouldn’t be happily married with a 5-year-old,” Andrew from Washington said. “It would have taken both of our lives in completely different directions.”

Peter from Massachusetts experienced double the abortion education with two partners who each had an abortion. He felt that the first time it enabled him to gain “personal and professional” experiences that he “would not have otherwise been able to gain.”

“The second instance was recently, after already having one child,” he explained. “Although a still difficult decision, I feel it has allowed me to be a better father. The foreseeable exhaustion and resentment and discord that would have come with a second child we weren’t ready for would have come at the detriment to not only me and my wife, but my existing child as well.”

The abortion sales pitch didn’t go over well and some people were poised and ready to call the piece for what it is, “Straight-up propaganda.”

Others thought the piece was satire from the Babylon Bee and congratulated the conservative satire site for having their Twitter account restored.

The message was cause for concern and the “Today” show was urged to seek help after publishing its twisted headline.

Another pointed out that two of the dads’ experiences with abortion weren’t necessarily by choice but rather a medical necessity.

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