Plaintiff in Roe v. Wade US abortion case says she was paid to switch sides

Plaintiff in Roe v. Wade US abortion case says she was paid to switch sides

Norma McCorvey, the woman known as ’Jane Roe’ in the landmark 1973 US Supreme Court Roe v. Wade ruling legalizing abortion, said before her death that she was paid by anti-abortion rights groups to later oppose abortion. In a documentary ’AKA Jane Roe’, that is premiering on the FX cable channel Friday, McCorvey admits that her infamous reversal on abortion rights ’was all an act’.

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Virtual Signals 1 weeks

As an outsider it has always bemused me how passionate feminists in the USA seem to be about their desire to kill their children. And there is a compromise by where if the child is still within the skin of the mother it can be killed, but if the child is outside the skin (the next day even) it has rights to live without being killed. No strange logic here.

WJ MacKENZIE 1 weeks

""If a young woman wants to have an abortion, fine. You know, that's no skin off my a**." No, its not a single cell of skin off YOUR ass... The child that gets murdered in the womb before it can tell you no, stop... its a lot of skin off their ass, but you only care about your own ass, so guess thats just modern pro murderers for ya.

Edmond_Dantes 1 weeks

I smell bullshit

jesse 1 weeks

For all those discussing abortion and prostitution you're looking at the plaintiff Norma Mcorvey and failing to mention her as well as the ultimate prostitute who sold her mind to get some cash and the 'johns' that put her up to it.

Jack 1 weeks

Character politics and the drudgery that comes along with it shaping the decisions and lives of others.

Fin 1 weeks


noonespecific 1 weeks

Why should we believe you. If your the kind of person to take the money you are probably the kind of person who would lie about taking the money.

Jack 1 weeks

I love this App! Look at the calm and mature discussion going on here. Different views points being talked about on a contentious issue and no name calling. Here's to a better future!

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