NARAL Tries To Shut Down Kavanaugh Nomination. They Got Schooled On Roe v. Wade Instead.

"Five MEN."

Wednesday morning, NARAL posted what they thought was the most clever takedown of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh yet -- a GIF calling him "Brett" with a caption that alluded to his "frat boy" life at Yale, and their firm commitment not to allow "five MEN" to overturn precious "super-precedent" Roe v. Wade.

"We'll be DAMNED if we're going to let five MEN—including some frat boy named Brett—strip us of our hard-won bodily autonomy and reproductive rights," NARAL Tweeted, adding, "#StopKavanaugh #SaveRoe."

The Tweet didn't get the response NARAL anticipated. For starters, as the Internet quickly reminded the abortion rights organization, Roe v. Wade was decided by seven men, so Supreme Court's gender makeup seems to have little to do with whether they plan on preserving a tenuous Constitutional "right to privacy" found in the "penumbras and emanations" of the Ninth and Tenth Amendments, which might generally include the "right" to control one's own reproduction by ending the life of one's own child.

But NARAL's apparent lack of knowledge when it comes to the Supreme Court decision that is largely responsible for their entire existence was only mistake among many. Others reminded NARAL that, according to their own list of beliefs, gender is fluid -- so why would anyone lock a Supreme Court justice into being male or female?

And then there's the little matter of "frat boy" "Brett."

Way to make this awkward, NARAL. That "Brett" has been sitting on a Federal bench for over a decade. As for the "frat boy" part, well, it seems NARAL wants to make some sort of tenuous connection between Brett Kavanaugh and sexual assault, since connecting college co-eds to a national epidemic of rape seems to be the primary focus of modern feminism.

Someone got owned, but it wasn't Brett Kavanaugh.


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