“We have to do something” in relation to in vitro fertilization

Don Bolduc, a Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate in New Hampshire, listens to a question while campaigning at the Auburn Tavern in Auburn, NH on Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2022 (AP Photo/Mary Schwalm).

photo: Maria Schwalm (AP)

Republican Senate candidate Don Bolduc signals that he is willing to limit in vitro fertilization, and would support a state ban on abortion during a recorded conversation by Democratic activists in New Hampshire earlier this week. “It’s a disgusting practice,” Bolduc said of fertility clinics that discard embryos obtained from vanity fair. “I don’t like this practice at all, and I think it’s a separate issue and we need to do something about it.”

Bolduc is running to unseat Senator Maggie Hassan (DN.H.), the former governor who flipped the seat in the 2016 election. He’s a typical right-wing nutcase: Buldoc has questioned if the FBI should exist; he signed on a letter with current and former military officers who have said Trump won the election “And damn it, I’m wrong [it];” and Buldoc has also said the abortion law issue “belongs to these gentlemen here who represent you as state legislators. That’s how I think best as a man that women get the best vote.”

On his way to giving women the best voice, Buldoc told the Democratic agent that he was open to a federal ban on abortion. “Say it like that, I’m not going to say no, am I?” he said. Then he rows back. “Because I said no, no to a federal abortion ban, but these other things we need to look into. I don’t like this practice at all and I think it’s a separate issue and we need to do something about it.

Doing something about IVF and embryo disposal is another stop on the road to fetal personality status—something that already exists in Georgia. Buldoc’s hesitancy over one facet of fertility clinics is part of a larger game by anti-abortion activists. “Ultimately, we believe that all human life is precious and deserves our legal protection from the first moment of fertilization, whether through conventional means or through IVF,” said Rebecca Parma, Senior Legislative Associate at Texas Right to Life. told a local Texas news outlet in July. “So we definitely want the embryos that are created through the IVF process to be protected.”

Fertility treatments and birth control are the next frontier for anti-abortion activists, particularly in states where abortion has been legislated. Though Buldoc presents himself as a loner politician unaccountable to anyone in the live free or die state, he is just another cog in the misogynistic, anti-abortion political machine.

https://jezebel.com/new-hampshire-gop-senate-nominee-weve-got-to-do-someth-1849659088 “We have to do something” in relation to in vitro fertilization

Adam Bradshaw

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