VIDEO: GOP Sen. Chuck Grassley: "Nothing can be done to your body without your permission." If only...

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Circumventing the legal rights of women is the pro-forced birth method du jour, as you can see from the above video.

No War on Women, huh?

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However, every now and then, it's amusing to see a top Republican senator inadvertently embrace Roe v. Wade:

Chuck Grassley:

"First of all, nothing can be done to your body without your permission... It’d be a violation of the constitutional right to privacy if that were to happen."

He didn't mean female bodies, clearly, considering Indiana is trying to force women to have *two* vaginal ultrasounds” without permission.

Nevertheless...

CHARITON, Iowa —During a town hall on Wednesday, the top Republican on the Senate Judiciary Committee embraced the reasoning behind the landmark 1973 Supreme Court decision legalizing a woman’s choice to get an abortion, although he did not appear aware of the significance of his statement. [...]

The constitutional right to privacy that Grassley refers to is not explicitly stated in the Constitution, but Roe concluded that it is one of the liberties protected by the Fourteenth Amendment, which provides that states many not “deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law.”

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