Just more evidence that we need to split into two countries. Democrats demonize America and have made it completely clear they do not like this country because of what it stands for. And there is absolutely nothing wrong with that in any way. If enough people want to have a government that has its own values and foundation, they should be able to have it. The problem we have today is there is no ocean that can be crossed to start over. So that leaves willingly splitting the country into two before it happens unwillingly.
Democrats want a country that America isn't, which is obvious. And, honestly, it would be a lot better for them to get the chance to start that government from a fresh foundation instead of having to morph America's system into what they want. So they should start their own country with the utmost respect and help from America. The United States is no longer united and there is nothing that indicates it ever will be again.
"Facts Dinger, not hyperbole."
Well, let's see here..."while births to teenagers and abortions rose in the years that followed, as access to contraception and annual exams was drastically strained." Well, the "as access to contraception and annual exams was drastically strained" is indeed hyperbole. How do you know the access was drastically strained? Just because you take away one vector doesn't mean there aren't many others...and what does "drastically" mean? If hyperbole means exaggeration, saying words like "drastically" is about as hyperbolic as you can get.
"a lifesaving Medicaid plan." Well, that's hyperbole, which is why they don't actually give any facts to support that stance and only give facts of the exclusions (which is not hyperbole). But hyperbole still exists in that statement. What does "lifesaving" mean? I mean, stopping illegal immigrants from crossing the border can be considered lifesaving since there has been at least one death of an America citizen by an illegal immigrant (there have been many more but only need one to prove my point).
I'm not arguing with what you have highlighted. I tend to agree with some of it. But not knowing the difference between facts and hyperbole is the problem. And it's a problem most partisan haters have when it comes to trying to spread their hate of the other party.
Also, if you care so much about facts, then why does your party ignore the facts that don't agree with your stances? It's not bad that people have facts, it's just bad that when one party brings up facts, the other party either ignores them or deflects. This happens daily, many many times daily, by both parties. So why be a hypocrite?