MSNBC host Tiffany Cross trashed Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett over the new abortion law in Texas Saturday morning.
Cross said that “it’s the hypocrisy for me, these Republican lawmakers fix their mouths claiming they’re pro-life, but they allow Texans to carry guns with no permit or no training. They’re against the life-saving vaccine and mask mandates.”
She continued: “It’s unacceptable. I am outraged and I’m so happy to have you on this morning because I know you’re outraged, too. I’ve seen you tweet threads.
“This entire thing, about protecting the fetus when they care so little for life in this country, is beyond comprehension.
“If it feels like they really must hate women in Texas and all across the country, how is it possible the Supreme Court allowed this to stand?
“I know that they haven’t ruled on it, but they can rule later.
“But we have an actual handmaid on the court.
“So I have to tell you, I’m not so excited about depending on them to protect me and my right to choose.”
From Ars Technica:
The Texas Right to Life group will have to find a new hosting provider for its website that encourages people to report violations of the state’s restrictive new anti-abortion law.
GoDaddy took action after Gizmodo reported that Texas Right to Life’s new website, prolifewhistleblower.com, seems to violate a GoDaddy rule that says website operators may not “collect or harvest (or permit anyone else to collect or harvest) any User Content or any non-public or personally identifiable information about another user or any other person or entity without their express prior written consent.”
GoDaddy’s terms of service also say that customers cannot use the web hosting platform in a way that “[v]iolates the privacy or publicity rights of another User or any other person or entity, or breaches any duty of confidentiality that you owe to another User or any other person or entity.”
GoDaddy now says that the website has less than 24 hours to find a new hosting provider. “Last night we informed prolifewhistleblower.com they have violated GoDaddy’s terms of service and have 24 hours to move to a different provider,” GoDaddy told Ars in a statement.
"What's emerging are rights depending on where you live, your race, your class…" @AmyHM tells @TiffanyDCross on the cruel and inhumane rollback of women's bodily autonomy in Texas. #CrossConnection pic.twitter.com/yxMvJXm0mR— The Cross Connection with Tiffany Cross (@CrossConnection) September 4, 2021