It turns out network television isn’t done lecturing us on abortion yet. We’ve had series after series come at us with pro-abortion stories, but NBC’s The Blacklist may have brought us the strangest case of them all. Let’s just say if this is where the propaganda is headed, liberals should stick to copying The Handmaid’s Tale.
The November 15 episode “Hannah Hayes” concerns the strange case of a kidnapped governor reappearing on the day of a new election. The governor, however, isn’t sharing any details of his abduction, forcing the FBI to investigate the crime on their own. The agents soon come across similar high-profile male kidnapping victims, learning that they all share the same politically conservative background. By narrowing it down, they find one victim willing to discuss what happened to him.
Here’s the part where it gets weird. It turns out that a doctor named Hannah Hayes (Stacey Roca) has kidnapped the men to surgically impregnate them. She inserts a uterus into their bodies, implants an embryo, and then holds them hostage until they can no longer abort under fetal heartbeat laws in their states. This is to protest her own treatment after she was raped and then apparently jailed for trying to defy late-term abortion laws to end her pregnancy.
If you think that sounds crazy, you should hear Hannah herself explain her actions after being confronted by FBI agents on her multiple crimes.