ESPN’s Elle Duncan Asked Dads to Speak Up So Their Daughters Can Have Abortions

ESPN’s Elle Duncan gave an impassioned speech on Friday advocating for Dads to speak up so their daughters can have abortions in all 50 states:

Duncan dismissively referenced #GirlDad, saying that the hashtag is used by parents who play sports with their daughters or celebrate Father’s Day instead of being applied to “actual advocacy.”

She implored dads to bring that political advocacy into boardrooms and courtrooms to ensure that they are advancing the agenda that she believes in.

Duncan just a few months ago also promoted the idea of schools discussing gender identity with young children:

Just like Megan Rapinoe, Elle Duncan believes in women’s rights exclusively when it suits her purposes and desire to signal her virtuous intentions.

But, of course, she claims that any criticism of the hypocrisy involved or her shaming of #GirlDads is only due to “bad faith characters,” not sincere disagreement with her inaccuracies and political activism.

Duncan claims she doesn’t care that her advocacy might turn viewers off, but with ESPN’s recent run of remarkably poor ratings, maybe she should.

Written by Ian Miller

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  1. As a father of two daughters I will not speak up and encourage my daughters to kill my grandchildren.

    What the hell is wrong with these people?

    I will speak up and say that any dude that thinks he’s a girl and has a dick should not be competing in sports against my daughters.

  2. The irony is I have 3 daughters, and I should be the one having Elle sit down so I can tell HER how to reprioritize her life to be aligned with God’s will for her life instead of this jacked up world she’s apparently so in love with. But in today’s America, she’s got the mic lecturing us about all the things she knows not. That sums up America at the moment. The people who are least qualified to be lecturing anyone on how to really live life have the biggest megaphones to do so. It’s getting harder to think that’s all just by happenstance isn’t it?

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