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John Legend suggests people upset over infant formula given to illegals instead of Americans aren’t ‘pro-life’

Pop singer and Joe Biden supporter John Legend, with a net worth of $100 million, has used the national formula shortage in the United States to attack pro-lifers, suggesting that those who are worried about sending formula milk to illegal aliens rather than US citizens is not “pro-life.”

“It’s the ‘pro-life’ people,” Legend wrote in response to Rep. Troy Nehls (R-TX), who tweeted, “Baby formula should go Americans before illegals. It shouldn’t be said.

As President Joe Biden fails to address the acute shortage of infant formula across the country – resulting in panic among mothers, for whom formula milk is a necessary supplement or substitute for breast milk – Legend seems to have only one issue in mind: abortion.

The singer’s bizarre attack on pro-life Americans comes after he and his wife, disgraced former model Chrissy Teigen, announced they would donate to the NNAF Abortion Funds and Keep Our Clinics in response to a leak of a draft opinion of the Supreme Court annulling Roe vs. Wade.

“I am outraged and appalled that the Supreme Court of the United States appears willing to allow the government to invade women’s private health care decisions and deprive them of the rights the Court has upheld for 50 years,” lamented Legend.

The “So High” singer added that women’s right to kill their unborn children “is so fundamental to their humanity, so necessary for them to be full citizens and full participants in life. civic and professional.

Celebrities, corporate wokes and left-wing activists had a collective meltdown following a Supreme Court opinion quashing Roe vs. Wade be disclosed to the press.

Moreover, these abortion advocates have grown increasingly hysterical about states passing laws restricting abortion – leaving leftists to worry about how poor pregnant women will be able to afford to travel. out of state in order to successfully kill their unborn children.

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