The panel on Fox's The Five apparently are unaware that emergency birth control has nothing to do with protecting rapists and everything to do with making sure we prevent as many unwanted pregnancies as possible.
If anyone didn't think the Obama administration's position on Plan B wasn't quite bad enough, where they've played politics with the issue, saying they'd lower the age on the emergency contraception to 15, in violation of a court order that the drug be made available with no age restriction -- behold what the viewers at Faux "News" were being treated to this Thursday.
Yes, because it would be so much better to up the odds of them becoming pregnant as well. And someone needs to let them know that rape victims are already administered this drug if they go to the hospital.
For a group that claims to care about abortion, they sure as hell don't mind advocating for policies that will assure there are more of them.
In yet another shining example of why The Five is probably one of the most IQ lowering hours of propaganda on television today, Fox news model Kimberly Guilfoyle compared Sandra Fluke to a political opportunist, and Greg Gutfeld compared her to Read more...