Hillary Pushes Completely DEBUNKED Talking Point On Kavanaugh

Hillary Clinton is trying one last effort to stop the inevitable confirmation of United States nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

During a somewhat lengthy rant on social media, the former presidential nominee oddly pushed a “resistance” talking point which has been debunked for days.

“I want to be sure we’re all clear about something that Brett Kavanaugh said in his confirmation hearings last week,” Clinton started the Wednesday morning thread.

“He referred to birth-control pills as ‘abortion-inducing drugs.’ That set off a lot of alarm bells for me, and it should for you, too,” she added.

Only, Kavanaugh didn’t.

This talking point was initially pushed by Democrat Senator Kamala Harris after she posted an edited video of a comment Kavanaugh made during his confirmation hearing.

In his statement, Kavanaugh is sharing someone else’s argument and uses their terminology.

Clinton then, similar to Harris, accused Kavanaugh of using the term to “dog whistle to the extreme right.”

“Kavanaugh didn’t use that term because he misunderstands the basic science of birth control—the fact that birth control prevents fertilization of eggs in the first place. He used that term because it’s a dog whistle to the extreme right.”

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But — again — Kavanaugh did not use the phrase to reflect his personal view.

“When Kavanaugh called birth control “abortion-inducing drugs,” he made it clear that safe and legal abortion isn’t the only fundamental reproductive right at grave risk if he is confirmed. Access to birth control is, too.”

Someone should tell her…

She continued:

“Let’s be clear: Women have just as much right as men to make the most personal health decisions without government interference,” Clinton concluded. “We are equal citizens and we will insist on nothing less in this country.”

Her rant is all but meaningless to people who have seen how repeatedly debunked the talking point has been.