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NBC’s Today Show website this year’s Father’s Day weekend honored eight different fathers with an article on how abortion helped them “become fathers today”.

TODAY.com reporter Daniel Compomore emphasized the need for his own writing, writing, “Eight fathers share how abortion helped them become fathers today. Experts believe it will be the last Father’s Day before the Supreme Court. . “

After explaining some details about the Supreme Court Draft Opinion Leak on Abortion And the court was “ready to manipulate Roy v Wade,” Compomore called on social media today, “asking fathers to share how abortion shaped their lives.”

Every gentleman who responded to the request said that even their family lives would not be working if they did not have an abortion done earlier in their life.

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New York, NY - May 07: Abortion-rights activists voiced their support for the right of a woman to choose outside the Catholic Church in downtown Manhattan, New York, on May 07, 2022.  Protests, which take place weekly at the Basilica of St. Patrick's Old Cathedral and are worshiped by a small number of anti-abortion activists, were further intensified by the recently leaked Supreme Court ruling on Roy v. Wade.

New York, NY – May 07: Abortion-rights activists voiced their support for the right of a woman to choose outside the Catholic Church in downtown Manhattan, New York, on May 07, 2022. Protests, which take place weekly at the Basilica of St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral and are worshiped by a small number of anti-abortion activists, were further intensified by the recently leaked Supreme Court ruling on Roy v. Wade.
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The first gentleman, Andrew – who had a five – year – old son – told the outlet, “I can not be a father without an abortion.” He explained that he and his wife had had abortions in previous relationships and when they both revealed each other during their relationship, they found connection and support for each other.

“If we can not terminate an unwanted pregnancy, we can not happily marry a 5-year-old child. It has taken our two lives in completely different directions,” he added, adding, “Abortion has allowed me to live my life and make the choices that everyone wants me to make. “

Two-year-old Simon said today that he and his wife had “an unplanned pregnancy before we decided to have an abortion” before their marriage. “Not taking that first pregnancy on time was the right choice for us, and it finally allowed us to grow into people who are ready to be parents,” he said.

Garin, who owns a young daughter and actually runs a pro-abortion non-profit group called Patient Forward, describes how his wife had two abortions before their “healthy pregnancy”. He said, “About a month or two after my wife had an abortion, she was able to conceive again. So if she could not access abortion care she would not have the baby we have today.”

Jacob, from Washington, D.C., who has two children, told Outlet that his wife had an abortion the week he was arrested for abusing and preventing arrest while under the influence of alcohol. “My wife decided to divorce. It was not arbitrary, but she had my full support. I could not help her there, or she did not want me to be there – and I understood why. I included myself. We are fathers like never before,” he said. .

Jacob added, “But I’m very lucky. Abortion gave me time and space to control myself. And it allowed us to spend the time we needed to heal our relationship and our family.”

A TODAY.com article in the Supreme Court building in Washington, DC lamented that "the court is ready to rescind Row v. Wade."

A TODAY.com article in the Supreme Court building in Washington, DC lamented that “the court is ready to rescind Row v. Wade.”
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Allen, a father of two, explained how he and his wife could not afford a third child in their family. “Together, we decided to terminate the pregnancy. I’m so grateful. It’s hard to imagine how we could fit the pieces together with the third child,” he admits, before he “thinks about the end. Roy v Wade.”

Peter, from Massachusetts, explained that he had had two abortions, one with an ex-partner and one with his current wife. In the first, he stated, “I could not even find my wife and I am not a mentally mature father to my child,” and in the second, “Imaginary fatigue and resentment and conflict can harm not only me and my wife, but also my existing child if we come with a second child that we are not ready for.” “

Roy, a native of Colorado, did not elaborate on his “son” abortion, saying, “In the case of my son, the only thing we really experienced in the end was When He was going to die. There is not one If. No one wants to face such decisions. ”

“My admiration for the healthy and happy children we have is energized by those we have lost,” he said.

An anti-abortion rights activist holds a baby doll during a protest outside the Supreme Court building on December 1, 2021, before arguments in the Mississippi abortion rights case Dobbs vs. Jackson Women's Health in the US.  Pictures of REUTERS / Jonathan Ernest TPX

An anti-abortion rights activist holds a baby doll during a protest outside the Supreme Court building on December 1, 2021, before arguments in the Mississippi abortion rights case Dobbs vs. Jackson Women’s Health in the US. Pictures of REUTERS / Jonathan Ernest TPX

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And Andrew, from Washington, D.C., praised his wife’s abortion before meeting him. He declares, “If I had not had the courage to imagine that she would have made a really tough decision, we would not have our beautiful children and life today.”