Tracy Clark-Flory on “The War Room”

Tracy Clark-Flory discusses the role of satire in the backlash against the GOP's war on women VIDEO

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Tracy Clark-Flory on "The War Room" Tracy Clark-Flory on "The War Room"

Salon staff writer Tracy Clark-Flory spoke with host Jennifer Granholm  about the role comedy has played in raising awareness about Republicans attacks on women’s rights. “They’re being courageous,” Clark-Flory said, referring to female lawmakers who have created mock bills that poke fun at the absurdities in extreme anti-abortion bills. “They’re being bold and they have a tremendous sense of humor.”

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