Vice PresidentKamala HarrisBack toThe Late Show With Stephen Colbert on Wednesday, she spoke candidly for the sixth time about the reproductive rights laws currently being passed, calling them “inhumane.” She also shared her thoughts on Ron DeSantis’ claim that the war with Ukraine is a “territorial dispute” and what she believes will be 1235002122 key issues. President election.
“I think it’s the height of irresponsibility,” when Colbert asked her about the draft since All laws, Harris said)Roe v. Wade
was overturned. “In fact, in many cases [it’s] inhumane happening in states across our country that are passing laws that criminalize health care providers, literally mandating the incarceration of doctors and nurses who provide reproductive health care time, it will punish women for seeking only the kind of care they choose that they need.”
Harris also mentioned that some states do not even allow abortion in cases of rape or incest idea.
“Let’s be clear about what that means,” she said. “After a person has experienced the most heinous physical violation, the government will tell them, ‘After that, you will also have no autonomy to make decisions about your body, because it is related to the decisions you make next. ’”
The Vice President went on to address those who oppose abortion because of their religious beliefs: “One does not have to give up their beliefs or deeply held beliefs to agree that the government should not Tell her what to do with her body.”
Earlier in the evening, Harris and Colbert discussed HBO’s Veep started their conversation by asking the VP if the series bears any resemblance to what it’s actually like to be in the position. Before answering his question, the former Attorney General took a moment to praise President Joe Biden and his “extraordinary leader “.
Then she explained that part of her job is to “stand before our allies and partners around the world – especially in the context of our transatlantic relationship — and not only to state that our stance is to encourage others to stand with us, as we have since last February 24 Attacking Ukraine this gratuitous year, as we have been doing.”
Colbert echoed Harris’s mention of Ukraine by asking the Vice President about her opinion of Desan. Tice’s view of war as war
“When You have rediscovered and understood the importance of international rules and norms and the United States of America, the importance of being firm and clear about sovereignty and territorial integrity,” she said, “the importance of resolutely opposing any country that tries to take another country by force. sex, if you really understood the issues, you probably wouldn’t make such remarks.”