Millie Weaver: I'm Millie Weaver, and you're watching the Millennial Millie Show. Millions of unborn babies might sleep a little safer in their mother's wombs as the likelihood that we will see Roe v. Wade overturned is fast approaching.
Unidentified Individual: Last night, a report disclosed that a conservative majority of the United States Supreme Court is ready to overturn Roe v. Wade and uproot decades of precedent affirming a woman's right to an abortion.
Unidentified Individual: Somebody, likely somebody inside the court itself, leaked a confidential internal draft to the press, almost certainly in an effort to stir up an inappropriate pressure campaign to sway an outcome.
Millie Weaver: During a recent press conference, Biden responded to the recently leaked draft opinion confirmed by the Supreme Court.
Unidentified Individual (Video Clip): What do you think of the ruling?
President Joe Biden: First of all, I just got a call saying that an amount that is a real draft but doesn't represent who's going to vote for it yet. I hope there are not enough votes for it.
Millie Weaver: The court is expected to overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade decision, which grants women the federal right to an abortion. Chief Justice John Roberts ordered an investigation on Tuesday into the shocking violations of the court's rules.
President Joe Biden: This is about a lot more than abortion. I hadn't read the whole opinion at that time, but this reminds me of the debate with Robert Bork. Bork believed the only reason you had any inherent rights was because the government gave them to you. If you go back and look at the opening comments with the Bork-Biden when I was questioning him as chairman, I said, I believe I have the rights that I have not because the government gave them to me, which you believe, but because I'm just a child of God. I exist.
Millie Weaver: So he believes that women have the right to an abortion, not because the government gave it to them, but because I'm just a child of God. I exist. Please, Mr. Biden, tell me more about the children of God and their right to exist. You mean like the 63 million innocent children of God that have been snuffed out in their mother's wombs A.K.A. aborted in the United States since the conception of Roe v. Wade? Plus, God clearly spells out in the Ten Commandments, Thou shall not kill. And as far as I know, taking a life is killing someone. And didn't he say, go forth and multiply, not go forth and be promiscuous and then kill your unborn children? Not that long ago, when I was pregnant with my daughter, I filmed a report showing how Planned Parenthood assists women in setting appointments for and directs them to services for third-trimester abortions.
Donald Trump (Video Clip): If you go with what Hillary is saying in the ninth month, you can take the baby and rip the baby out of the womb of the mother just prior to the birth of the baby on the final day. And that's not acceptable.
Hillary Clinton: Well, that is not what happens in these cases.
Millie Weaver: Well, I'm going to put it to the test. I'm going to see if I can schedule an abortion, even though I'm literally about to pop any day. Let's see if I can schedule an abortion. So we've actually found an organization that deals with late-term abortions. It says right here on their website that we provide assistance to women in New York with late-term abortions,
Unidentified Individual: So, there are three other clinics, or excuse me, two other clinics. One is in Colorado, and then the other one is in New Mexico.
Millie Weaver: Those are other ones that might be able to help me?
Unidentified Individual: Yeah, there are other clinics that provide advanced gestation abortion care.
Millie Weaver: Okay. All right. Well, thank you.
Millie Weaver: Hi. I was referred from abortion clinics.org. I wanted to see if I could get an abortion or get information about late-term abortion.
Unidentified Individual: Okay. Have you had an ultrasound done?
Millie Weaver: No.
Unidentified Individual: Okay. When was the first day of your last normal period?
Millie Weaver: Sometime in May.
Unidentified Individual: Do you know when in May?
Millie Weaver: No.
Unidentified Individual: Okay. Is there anything wrong with the fetus?
Millie Weaver: I don't know.
Unidentified Individual: Okay. So you're past our elected limit at this time. Once your past the election limit, it is that on a case-by-case basis, usually for something wrong with the fetus or the health of the mother.
Millie Weaver: Okay. Well, um, you know, what do I need to do if I can qualify for some of those reasons?
Unidentified Individual: Well, we have to do what's called an intake. And, you know, the thing is, is that we would if you don't know if there's anything wrong with the fetus, we have to have a compelling reason, like your health is in danger or something like that for us to do a termination at this point in time.
Millie Weaver: What if I have depression?
Unidentified Individual: Well, we'd have to take that down, and we have to review it. The doctor would have to look at it. We are looking at what we call a labor and delivery process this time. So you would be needing to be in Albuquerque from a Monday evening or afternoon to a Friday evening or afternoon. We would be going through two days of preparation of the body, and we would induce labor. So you would be going through active labor and delivery, but it would be a stillborn. And if the doctor-approved you, if she did, by any chance, we were probably looking at a $17,000 fee at this point in time.
Millie Weaver: Okay. So you said $17,000 or $1,700?
Unidentified Individual: $17,000.
Millie Weaver: Okay, well. What do I need to do to be able to go forward with this? Like, do I need to be able to set up an appointment or do an ultrasound?
Unidentified Individual: It would be best if you did an ultrasound. Is there somewhere there you could get one done to try to nail it down since you don't have a set menstrual date in May? That's what we would need, as we would need to have a little bit better idea of how far you are.
Millie Weaver: Okay.
Unidentified Individual: If there's somewhere where you can go to get an ultrasound, that would be great.
Millie Weaver: Yeah, I can do that.
Millie Weaver: I could maybe go to, like, Planned Parenthood or something, get an ultrasound, and so all I need is an ultrasound, and then you guys will help me with an appointment?
Unidentified Individual: Well, I can't guarantee anything. The doctor has to review this. She tells you that we decide on the information that you give us.
Millie Weaver: Okay.
Unidentified Individual: But let me ask you a couple of questions. So my mind just went off. So are you calling from New Mexico, or are you calling from that state?
Millie Weaver: Yes.
Unidentified Individual: Which?
Millie Weaver: Oh, I'm calling from out of state, but I'd be willing to travel or fly. Yeah.
Unidentified Individual: Okay. All right. We also need, if you go to get an ultrasound and there are two other pieces of information we need. We need to have a blood test and a hemoglobin for anemia, and we need to have blood pressurethose two things.
Millie Weaver: Okay.
Unidentified Individual: So if you go to Planned Parenthood, ask them to do those two things as well. Okay?
Millie Weaver: Okay.
Unidentified Individual: All righty, then.
Millie Weaver: All right. Well, thank you.
Unidentified Individual: You're welcome. Bye-bye.
Millie Weaver: Bye-bye.
Millie Weaver: Wow. So there you have it. All I need to do is go get an ultrasound at Planned Parenthood. Even though I am very much late in my pregnancy, I'm technically full term, and these doctors will review whether or not they think I have enough of a mental illness or an exemption to essentially kill my baby. The really alarming part about this was the fee for the abortion procedure. $17,000 is a lot of money.
Millie Weaver: This is what we're looking at here, where it's pay for murder, essentially. Imagine if I went and hired a hitman to kill off someone, and I paid that hitman $17,000. Essentially, I'm just paying off these abortion doctors $17,000 to kill my baby for me. Pretty creepy. So you know what? Let's go ahead and get an ultrasound and look at my baby and see whether or not it's just simply a ball of cells that deserves no protection over its right to life.
Millie Weaver: Going into the ultrasound, I expected to see a fully developed baby, but even I am shocked at just how alert and how self-aware babies are in the womb. My baby kept opening her eyes, looking around as though she was listening to our voices on the outside.
Millie Weaver: She yawned, sucked on her hands, stuck out her tongue, and even smiled. Her face was so full of expression and life. Although her voice has yet to be heard. She has a name, she's self-aware, she dreams, and she even feels pain. In no way does she differ from a newborn baby outside the womb. Yet. Why does her life matter less? According to our laws, simply because she has yet to pass through the birth canal. We have the science and technology to witness via ultrasound the clear evidence of life before us. How can so many deny this truth? And for those of us that don't deny this truth. Are we really doing enough to protect the lives of the most innocent and vulnerable among us?
Millie Weaver: Although recent statistics show that abortion numbers are on the decline since 2013, the yearly average is still just under a million a year. There's an entire industry profiting from mass infanticide.
Millie Weaver (Video Clip): As far as like a rights issue. Should there be limitations?
Unidentified Individual: A baby, as unattractive as it sounds, the baby is a lot like a leech on a woman's body. So the child, until it is born, literally uses the women's body much like an incubator, and a woman has to consent to that. And so, even if the baby is close to term, it's still a woman's choice. What can or cannot use her body.
Millie Weaver: Do they need the option to kill the baby? You know what I'm saying?
Nancy Pelosi (Video Clip): It's their body, so, yeah, it's their choice. That's all it comes down to. It's not my body. So I'm not going to tell them before a baby is born. It's a fetus. It's not a baby until it's actually born alive.
Millie Weaver: Even like eight-month babies?
Unidentified Individual: It comes out; it's a fetus.
Unidentified Individual: I think there are also special circumstances where, for example, if a baby is developing and they're missing vital organs, do we really want a woman to carry that baby to term even after 12 weeks?
Millie Weaver: So, I noticed in this you're talking you're using the term baby a lot, but then we see people saying, you know, it's a clump of cells. Do you think that's kind of disingenuous to say it's a clump of cells?
Unidentified Individual: No, I think that's an accurate fact.
Millie Weaver: What limitations should there be on abortions?
Unidentified Individual: None. Because people in the third trimester still have to give birth to stillborns. There was a woman who had to give birth to a baby who did not have a skull. It is so traumatic to give birth, even more, traumatic to give-
Millie Weaver: People who have third-trimester abortions give birth to stillborn babies. That's how abortion works.
Unidentified Individual: Have you carried a baby's corpse inside of you, ma'am?
Millie Weaver: What I'm saying is women who have third-trimester abortions will be carrying a baby's corpse inside of them. Then they will be forced to vaginally deliver the baby. That is how it works. So say you're like 36 weeks pregnant, and you're like, I just want this baby out of me. I don't want it in my body anymore. Why should women not be able to go to the doctor, get induced, get a C-section, and the baby comes out alive?
Unidentified Individual: It's not your business.
Unidentified Individual: Why should a woman be forced to carry a baby she does not want?
Millie Weaver: Doesn't it seem like-
Unidentified Individual: It's not your business.
Millie Weaver: This is all I have to ask you. Doesn't it seem like if you continue ignoring people's concerns about the baby and just maybe make a little bit of an agreement where maybe the woman doesn't want to have to have the baby in her body, but we could take it out and let the baby have a chance to live?
Unidentified Individual: A lot of the focus is on women and females, and we need to remember that there are transgender individuals that this will affect as well. It can be even more traumatizing for them than it might be.
Millie Weaver: Can you tell me how transgender will be affected by this?
Unidentified Individual: Absolutely. So just because someone is a transgender man doesn't necessarily mean that they don't have a uterus and that they cannot get pregnant.
Unidentified Individual: Once people accept that animals have a soul, I'll have the conversation of the baby having a soul before a certain period of time.
Millie Weaver: But don't you think it could go the other way? Like once some of these vegan feminists start caring about unborn babies, then maybe I'll care about the animals.
Unidentified Individual: I don't know. I don't think so.
Millie Weaver: You don't care about unborn human beings, but then you want to lecture me about chicken? You see?
Unidentified Individual: Yeah.
Unidentified Individual: I'm a teacher. And so, I feel like we need to stop teaching abstinence-only sex education because we know it doesn't work.
Millie Weaver: Some schools have talked about putting contraceptives in the bathroom, essentially taking the young girls to abortion clinics if they talk to their counselor or even if they don't want to tell their parents. Some people have criticized that, saying it's violating parental rights. What do you have to say about this?
Unidentified Individual: I mean, I think that if a girl is old enough to get pregnant, she's old enough to make a choice about it.
Millie Weaver: Most young girls can get pregnant as early as 12 or 13 years old. Do you think that they're old enough to consent to have an abortion without their parents?
Unidentified Individual: I think that it's something that they should have the opportunity to talk to somebody about. But yeah, I mean, I think that if it's your body and you're able to get pregnant, you have the ability to make that choice.
Millie Weaver: You're comparing a baby to a tapeworm.
Unidentified Individual: A fetus is a parasite, sweetie.
Millie Weaver: Wow. Don't you think that's kind of cold and callous?
Unidentified Individual: Callous is to shove your fingers inside somebody.
Millie Weaver: Do you think women should be allowed to have third-trimester abortions?
Unidentified Individual: I think people should be able to have an abortion whenever they want.
Millie Weaver: So even right before the due date?
Unidentified Individual: I mean, if someone's going to wait and just like be like, yeah, I'm not going to and then like do it before, I mean, whatever. I don't care. That doesn't affect me. No, it doesn't. What I care about is babies dying and childbirth and black women dying in childbirth. That's what I care about.
Millie Weaver: So people that are on life support, I mean, would you care if people were just going and yanking the plug on them?
Unidentified Individual: I actually want the plug yanked on me if I'm ever on life support. Yeah, don't keep me alive.
Millie Weaver: Okay. So as far as human rights go, you don't really care about other people's human rights?
Unidentified Individual: Yeah, I care about human rights because abortion is a human right. Thank you.
Millie Weaver: For the woman, but what about for the baby?
Unidentified Individual (Video Clip): Oh, the baby doesn't matter because it's not born yet.
Millie Weaver: Okay, so the baby doesn't matter. Who cares about another human being just because it's not born?
Unidentified Individual: Are you just going to do your own interview with yourself? Because that's kind of how this is working out.
Millie Weaver: So, does location indicate the value in life?
Unidentified Individual: I don't know. Answer your question. You're interviewing yourself now.
Millie Weaver: I'm interviewing you.
Unidentified Individual: Could I hold this and interview you? (tries to grab microphone)
Millie Weaver: No, you can't.
Unidentified Individual: Why not?
Millie Weaver: Because it's my property. Here we go, guys. Yeah. Not respecting me.
Millie Weaver: So you're celebrating abortion?
Unidentified Individual: Yes, I'm celebrating abortion. I had one a month ago, and it was great. Thank you. I haven't told a lot of people.
Unidentified Individual: Oh, can I have a hug? How have you been?
Unidentified Individual: Oh, are we still interviewing?
Millie Weaver: No, I'm just showing people why you guys are out here doing.
Unidentified Individual: Right. I'm sure you are. And then you're going to be like, look at these people on your stupid website.
Millie Weaver: Take a look at her earrings here. She's got crocodiles eating babies.
Unidentified Individual: Wait, are you triggered?
Millie Weaver: Did you make those?
Millie Weaver: When we're talking about access. Do you think there should be access up until the moment before a woman gives birth?
Unidentified Individual: Absolutely. There's always going to be a circumstance, a circumstance which you and you and I have always been, to my knowledge, fortunate enough to not have to understand. There is always going to be a reason that a pregnant person needs that option. You know how late-term abortions are performed, right? There's no such thing as a late-term abortion. That's a propagandist term come up with by force birthers. In a medical term textbook, you will not find the term late-term abortion.
Millie Weaver: Okay. So let's call it third-trimester abortion if it makes you feel more comfortable. Okay. So in a third-trimester abortion, you know that they just induce the woman, and she still vaginally gives birth to the baby. It's just dead. So what's the difference between giving birth to it alive versus giving birth to it dead?
Unidentified Individual: A dead?
Millie Weaver: Yeah. Like, why does it have to be killed?
Unidentified Individual: Let's reframe our language. Not only women can get pregnant, so we're going to use the term pregnant people when we're talking about termination and access.
Millie Weaver: What you're saying, men can get pregnant?
Millie Weaver (Video Clip): Reece was born a female but grew up identifying as a male. Once the couple decided they wanted to have a baby, the next step was the easy one.
Unidentified Individual: So I stopped taking my hormones, and eventually, my cycle came back. About five months later, we got a positive pregnancy test.
Unidentified Individual: Non-binary people can get pregnant. There are women with penises. It's a wonderful world we live in.
Unidentified Individual: I am a woman with a penis.
Millie Weaver: Okay, I don't know what reality you're dealing with right now.
Unidentified Individual: I think we have some fundamental disagreements. I'm happy to talk, but we're going to use my terms for now.
Unidentified Individuals: I'm fortunate enough not to have to understand. Men can get pregnant. There are women with penises, incubators, or gestation cratesforced birthers. What's going to happen now is we're going to walk away. Thank you for talking to us, and I hope you can find it in your heart to allow people the medical care that they so greatly need.
President Joe Biden: What are the next things that are going to be attacked? Because this M.A.G.A. crowd is really the most extreme political organization that's existed in American history.
Millie Weaver: Did he really just say the M.A.G.A. crowd is the most extreme organization that's existed? The Democrat Party has endorsed the left-wing Antifa and B.L.M. lunatics that have literally burned down churches burned and looted entire cities, and called for violence against Trump supporters.
Nancy Pelosi (Video Clip): I just don't even know why there aren't uprisings all over the country. Maybe there will be.
Unidentified Individuals: There needs to be unrest in the streets for as long as there is unrest in our lives.
Nancy Pelosi: And I'd be ready to throw a punch. We have to be ready to throw a punch.
Unidentified Individual: Donald Trump. I think he needed to go back and punch him in the face.
Unidentified Individual: I thought he should have punched him in the face.
Unidentified Individual: I feel like punching him.
President Joe Biden: I'd like to take him behind the gym if I were in high school were in high school. I'd take him behind the gym and beat the hell out of him.
Unidentified Individual: No, I will go and take Trump out tonight.
Unidentified Individual: When was the last time an actor assassinated a president?
Unidentified Individual: They're still going to have to go out and put a bullet in Donald Trump.
Unidentified Individual: Show me where it says that protests are supposed to be polite and peaceful.
Unidentified Individual: I have thought an awful lot about blowing up the White House.
Unidentified Individual: Please get up in the face of some congresspeople.
Nancy Pelosi: People will do what they do.
Unidentified Individual: I want to tell you, Gorsuch. I want to tell you. Kavanaugh, you have released the whirlwind, and you will pay the price.
Unidentified Individual: This is just a warning to you, Trumpers. Be careful. Walk lightly. And for those of you who are soldiers, make them pay.
Unidentified Individual: If you had to be stuck in an elevator with either President Trump, Mike Pence, or Jeff Sessions, who would it be?
Unidentified Individual: Does one of us have to come out alive?
Millie Weaver: The Left have moved the Overton Window so far left that now even moderates are considered bigoted extremists, according to them.
Unidentified Individual: We are currently witnessing an uprising. I believe it's extremely important that we come together as a movement to look at the roots of this violence and resistance and what our work has to do with ending white supremacy.
Unidentified Individual: Uprisings, including actions like burning buildings, are legitimate and powerful forms of resistance.
Unidentified Individual: So last night, when that police station went up in flames, me and my girlfriend, we poured shots. We were happy.
Unidentified Individual: This moment in history is a coin toss between freedom and fascism.
Millie Weaver (Video Clip): Thousands of pro-abortion protesters have taken to the streets following the leaked ruling on Roe v Wade. In Los Angeles, protesters violently attacked police, vandalized a sidewalk, and smashed a local business. L.A.P.D. Officers attempted to arrest some violent protesters but failed as they were mobbed by rioters. Isn't it interesting how this all props up just in time for the midterms?
Millie Weaver: Meanwhile, the 22 candidates in Ohio and Indiana, whom Trump endorsed, won their primaries Tuesday night, including J.D. Vance. Former President Trump has also endorsed many candidates in the upcoming Georgia and Pennsylvania primaries that are anticipated to do well. So while the Democrat clown show has been going on with the most coincidental timing, Dennis D'Souza's new movie, 2000 Mules, just released, revealing what really happened in the 2020 elections.
Unidentified Individual (Video Clip): We have been working on something big. Show me the money.
Unidentified Individual: Can we meet?
Unidentified Individual: I've been working with Greg Phillips.
Unidentified Individual: He has a background in election intelligence.
Unidentified Individual: True. The vote has the largest store of election intelligence for the 2020 elections in the world. No one has more data than we do. We identified in Atlanta 242 meals that went to an average of 24 drop boxes. But Philadelphia alone, we've identified more than 1100 meals.
Unidentified Individual (Video Clip): What is a mule?
Unidentified Individual: A Person picking up ballots and running them to the dropbox.
Millie Weaver: The film "2000 Mules" is said to contain information collected by True The Vote. True The Vote recently held a press conference in Wisconsin that I went and covered. Their information revealed how cell phone, ping data, and geolocation tracking were used in order to pinpoint these mules and how they were dropping off thousands and thousands of ballots at these illegal drop boxes all leading up to election night.
Unidentified Individual: This is not grandma walking her dog. Bad background, bad reputation. They are interested in one thing that's money.
Unidentified Individual: In no shape, in no way, in no time is that legal?
Unidentified Individual: This is organized crime.
Unidentified Individual (Video Clip): Do you have video evidence?
Unidentified Individual: 4,000,000 minutes of surveillance video around the country.
Unidentified Individual (Video Clip): What you're about to see is disturbing.
Unidentified Individual: So this is 1:00 in the morning.
Unidentified Individual: Don't we all vote at 1:00 in the morning?
Unidentified Individual: Then, one night, this person, this mule, went across six counties to 27 different drop boxes. I call it the Mexican mafia seriously because they work like that.
Unidentified Individual: This is jaw-dropping. What you showed is frightening. It's just sickening to me.
Unidentified Individual (Video Clip): Now we come to the most important question of all was the magnitude of vote trafficking enough to tip the balance in the 2020 presidential election?
Unidentified Individual: It's not a leap to say this would have made a difference. They have ruined Election Day in the United States of America. That's provable. And that's enough for me to fight the left with every fiber in my body.
Unidentified Individual (Video Clip): Without free and fair elections. We are not a democracy. We are a criminal cartel masquerading as a democracy.
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