The 10 Best Tweets About Trump’s Birth Control Rollback
The tweets heard 'round the world.
On Friday, Donald Trump dismantled the ObamaCare birth control mandate, which will now allow employers or private insurers to deny birth control coverage based on moral or religious reasons. Nonprofit religious organizations are still protected under the Affordable Care Act but now non-religious, for-profit, companies can deny contraceptives based on personal reasons. Unsurprisingly, Twitter was not pleased. Below are some of the best reactions:
“Grab ‘em by the pussy, then slap the birth control out of their hands.” - the GOP— rob delaney (@robdelaney) October 7, 2017
Being friends with a lot of girls has taught me that when I hear an alarm at 9pm no matter where I’m at it’s BIRTH CONTROL— Cleatus 🌰 (@ClintThornton1) October 9, 2017
Please explain how limiting birth control helps your goal to abolish abortion. I want to practice my eye roll kegels.— Paula Pell (@perlapell) October 6, 2017
Calm down, guys. Pence wasn't protesting the NFL, he just had to run and slap the birth control out of some lady's hand.— Bryan Miller (@realbryanmiller) October 8, 2017
Sometimes the discussion about birth control's other uses feels like a contest, like if we can prove that the pill cleans windows it's ok.— Kashana (@kashanacauley) October 8, 2017
Birth control. pic.twitter.com/RCzfvtRqci— Jesse Kelly (@JesseKellyDC) October 8, 2017
Is there a condition where you can no longer look at Trumps face?— Natasha Leggero (@natashaleggero) October 6, 2017
Yeah, all women know birth control pills are basically like Ecstasy— you take one, and you’re up FOR ANYTHING https://t.co/SiVaDDMAI2— Liz Meriwether (@lizmeriwether) October 6, 2017
If you think women are pissed about losing free birth control just wait until they stop taking the drug that REGULATES THEIR HORMONES— riled up (@All_Riled_Up13) October 9, 2017
"Remember when they passed that abortion law and took away our birth control in the same week?" pic.twitter.com/WUhXBaPf0g— Ben Siemon (@BenjaminJS) October 6, 2017
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