You’d expect this from Fox News, but not “Meet the Press.”
When David Gregory asked Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid about the 20-week abortion ban moving through Congress, Gregory repeatedly referred to this legislative attack as “reasonable.”
There’s nothing reasonable about anti-choice lawmakers inserting themselves between a woman and her doctor. It’s the job of reporters like Gregory to see through these anti-choice talking points – not repeat them.
The way the media report on the 20-week abortion bans is critical, especially as anti-choice lawmakers push these attacks from states like Texas all the way up to the U.S. Congress. Americans trust “Meet the Press.” When this show doesn’t report the news fairly and honestly, Americans come away with only one side of the story and don’t have the facts they need to fight back.
We can’t let this interview go without saying something. Tell David Gregory his depiction of 20-week abortion bans is misleading to the millions of Americans who count on him to serve up the facts without bias on “Meet the Press.”
We can’t let this interview go without saying something. Tell David Gregory his depiction of 20-week abortion bans is misleading to the millions of Americans who count on him to serve up the facts without bias on “Meet the Press."
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Dear David Gregory,
I was very disappointed by your coverage of the 20-week abortion ban during your interview with Senate Majority Leader Reid.
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