‘It’s perfectly healthy’: Jehmu Greene applauds Plan B pill ruling

http://twitter.com/#!/hollyR_J/status/320223919040782336

“This is allowing young women, empowering them” -@jehmu Green on Plan B over the counter

— Katie Pavlich (@KatiePavlich) April 5, 2013

Wow.

As Twitchy reported, a federal judge has ruled that the FDA must make the morning-after pill available to girls and women of any age — without a prescription. While many Americans are rightly concerned about the ramifications of this decision, femme-a-gogues far and wide couldn’t be more thrilled.

Count Fox News contributor Jehmu Greene among those jumping for joy. This afternoon, she breathlessly gushed to Megyn Kelly about how “empowering” this will be for young women:

“This is allowing young women, empowering them … It’s perfectly healthy. A 17-year-old can go in and buy Advil. They should be able to buy this pill as well.”

In what universe? Is this real life?

@mchastain81 @katiepavlich @jehmu she keeps referring to them as women..last time I checked a 13yo is a child

— mooshakins (@mooshakins) April 5, 2013

@katiepavlich @jehmu “empowering women”ACTUALLY means women voting,hving a beautiful family,good careers in leadership,not killin babies

— sam (@SamDoyle75) April 5, 2013

@jehmu When did 11 Yr olds become Young Woman? Its nice to know your looking out for kids, pushing the govt to be Mom & Dad @megynkelly

— Karen (@kssturgis62) April 5, 2013

@katiepavlich @jehmu @foxnews Yeah, because a headache is so comparable to a potential pregnancy. *sigh*

— Theresa (@tree_ski) April 5, 2013

“@katiepavlich: “This is allowing young women, empowering them” -@jehmu Green on Plan B over the counter” Pathetic.

— Andrew Binegar (@binegar_andrew) April 5, 2013

The 1st girl to die? What then? RT @katiepavlich: “This is allowing young women, empowering them” -@jehmu Green on Plan B over the counter

— WitCoHE (@EricStrobel) April 5, 2013

@ericstrobel @katiepavlich @jehmu Wait for FDA warning: “Not to be ingested like Tic Tacs.” It doesn’t empower, it relieves responsibility.

— Sharp Shooter (@Sean_for_3) April 5, 2013

. @jehmu now talking about how she lost her virginity at age 16. Wow, too much info lady. What happened to “stay out of my bedroom”

— Katie Pavlich (@KatiePavlich) April 5, 2013

Greene bristled at being called out for her dangerous idiocy:

@tamarasmith0803 @katiepavlich Not bragging.Just being real.Denying reality that teens have sex is dangerous.Rejecting science is stupid.

— Jehmu Greene (@jehmu) April 5, 2013

@kathy65m @katiepavlich where’s your medical degree from?

— Jehmu Greene (@jehmu) April 5, 2013

Where’s yours from, Jehmu? And since when do you need a medical degree to know that it’s dangerous — on many levels — to make the morning-after pill easily accessible to young girls? This isn’t just a moral issue; it’s also a health issue.

@maxnrgmike @jehmu Or get sick from the Medications or Abortions the prts don’t know about.

— Ocean Shores Patriot (@osPatriot) April 5, 2013

@katiepavlich @jehmu Read the serious possible side effects of this drug. What if child has one? they don’t understand what to watch for

— kathy65m (@kathy65m) April 5, 2013

But hey — at least we’re not dealing with Sudafed, right?

@dblozik @katiepavlich You can’t make meth out of the PlanB pill.

— Jehmu Greene (@jehmu) April 5, 2013

And therefore Plan B is safe?

Right, you can just pump teenagers full of cycle altering hormones MT “@jehmu: @dblozik @katiepavlich You can’t make meth out of the PlanB”

— Katie Pavlich (@KatiePavlich) April 5, 2013

It’s not empowering. It’s not healthy. It’s twisted.