WATCH: Woke Doctor Discredits Planned Parenthood During House Hearing

Planned Parenthood Dr. Kumar testifying during Sept. 29 U.S. House Hearing.

On Thursday, a Planned Parenthood doctor cooked up some fake science to promote the radical leftist organization. In a line of questioning between Rep. Andrew Clyde (R-GA) and Planned Parenthood’s medical director for “primary and trans care,” Dr. Bhavik Kumar, the testimony few off the handle.

During the U.S. House Oversight and Reform Committee, Kumar testified, “So men can have pregnancies, especially trans men.” He did not elaborate on which so-called “men” can have pregnancies.

The Washington Times reports:

Mr. Clyde sought clarification, asking, “So are you saying that a biological female who identifies as a man and therefore becomes pregnant is, quote, a man? Is that what you’re saying?”

Dr. Kumar pushed back, telling him such questions are “really missing the point” at a hearing about abortion, before affirming his response.

“Somebody with a uterus may have the capability of becoming pregnant, whether they’re a woman or a man,” Dr. Kumar said.

Mr. Clyde was unpersuaded. “OK, we’re done. We’re done. This isn’t complicated. Let me tell you, if a person has a uterus and is born female, they are a woman,” he said.

“That is not a man, and the vast majority of the world considers that to be a woman because there are biological differences between men and women,” Rep. Clyde said. “I mean, clearly, any high school biology class teaches that men and women have different chromosomes. Females are XX chromosome and males are XY chromosome. I can’t believe it’s necessary to say this, but men cannot get pregnant and cannot give birth regardless of how they identify themselves.”

“Why in the world would Democrats have brought in a person whose title is director of trans care for an abortion hearing when only biological women can become pregnant?” asked Mr. Clyde.

  1. I don’t even know where to start on this subject. I think we know the basics of men and women’s anatomy and what their bodies are capable of as a female and what they are capable of as a man. Bottom line. I think we have to get back to the basics. Period.

  2. If the AMA were truly a “professional organization,” they would expel people with such STUPID, unscientific opinions! Science doesn’t change because of someone’s “feeling.”


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