Nolte, Reuters and the death culture

The agency's concern is not the massive influx of illegal immigrants, but that once they arrive in Texas, they are unable to obtain abortions.

Reuters news agency has publisheda report showing that many illegal immigrants, which Reuters calls "unauthorized immigrants," are being forced to leave Texas if they want an abortion.

The state of Texas has passed an abortion ban following the overturning of Roe v. Wade after the Supreme Court decision Dobbs v. Jackson. This situation coincides with the Biden Administration's policy of opening the border with Mexico in Texas to create an immigration crisis in a key state.


John Nolte has picked up this story, and points out what he considers to be hypocrisy on the part of the news agency, "Now that the moral and legal atrocity known as Roe v. Wade has finally been overturned, the corporate media has and will continue to look for stories that show how terrible it is not to kill innocent babies."

Reuters has found one such story, that of illegal immigrants who are forced to continue their journey out of Texas because they can't get abortions there. What Nolte points out about this is, "So now we're supposed to be upset about the overturning of Roe v. Wade because people who illegally enter our country, who have no business being in our country, can't kill their innocent babies in our country."