Former CIA director under fire for suggesting that an anti-abortion senator should be “removed” from the human race
By Richard Brown // Oct 13, 2023

Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-AL), a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, has used his authority to hold the confirmations of numerous military officers nominated for leadership positions in protest against the military's abortion policy.

Tuberville is protesting the Department of Defense's (DoD) policy of covering the expenses of troops' out-of-state travel for abortion procedures. His actions have effectively disrupted the committee's customary process of swiftly confirming nominations through unanimous votes. (Related: Abortions in Illinois surge 54% as neighboring states enact pro-life legislation.)

This situation has also brought former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Director Michael Hayden into the spotlight, primarily due to his troubling and inflammatory comments.

Hayden shocked many with his response when asked about Senator Tuberville's potential removal from the committee. He suggested that Tuberville should be "removed" from the human race, a comment that has been met with severe condemnation and criticism.

Hayden has a history of making contentious statements on social media.

For instance, he publicly referred to Tuberville as an "idiot" and accused him of being a racist. Hayden was also among a group of retired military and State Department officials who signed an open letter in August, condemning Tuberville's protest as "reckless" and detrimental to national security. The letter stated that risking military planning and preparedness for political purposes was unacceptable.

Additionally, Hayden was one of 51 former intelligence officials who attempted to discredit a 2022 report by the New York Post regarding Hunter Biden's infamous laptop by falsely asserting that the emails were Russian disinformation.

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These incidents involving Hayden have raised questions about the emotional stability, judgment and professionalism of individuals in leadership positions within the intelligence community and the military. In a more serious and accountable environment, such behavior could have significant consequences.

Pentagon's abortion policy stays

Meanwhile, the DoD has no plans to stop covering the travel costs of female troops who seek abortions across state lines, "despite protests from a Republican senator who has blocked hundreds of military promotions" over the issue, said Army Secretary Christine Wormuth back in July. She was referring to Tuberville, who has held up the promotions of more than 250 military officers for months to force an end to the policy.

"I see this, and I think [Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin] does as well, as taking care of our soldiers. And it's the right thing to do, and I don't think we're going to change it," Wormuth told NBC News' Courtney Kube at the time. (Related: NBC's Kristen Welker lied repeatedly about Democrats' extreme abortion position.)

Since the Supreme Court removed the constitutional right to abortion last year, more than 40 percent of female service members stationed in the U.S. have no access, or severely restricted access, to abortion services, according to the Rand Corporation think tank.

Wormuth said the policy also was important to ensure that the Army could retain female troops who might leave the military if they could not get access to abortion services. "I see this as a retention issue," she said.

The policy also ensures women in the military have access to in vitro fertilization since it is not necessarily available in the areas where troops are posted.

According to Wormuth, she had not seen data on how many female troops had traveled across state lines for abortion services or the amount of DoD funds spent on it so far.

Read more stories related to abortion at Abortions.news.

Watch this video about Sen. Tommy Tuberville's battle against the woke military.

This video is from the AnatomyoftheChurchandState channel on Brighteon.com.

More related stories:

ABORTION WELFARE: Getting an abortion in California is now "free," thanks to Gavin Newsom.

Demonic Hollywood casts Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon in new AppleTV+ show portraying pro-lifers as villains.

NYC public hospitals launch "Virtual Express Care" to facilitate ABORTION via telehealth.

Sources include:

Revolver.news

NBCNews.com

Brighteon.com



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