Ask 2020 Democratic Candidates About Late-Term Abortion, Watch Them Run
Look how two lawmakers responded on a key issue
Alison Centofante, Live Action’s director of strategic communications, caught up with two Democrat 2020 candidates on Tuesday.
She didn’t waste any time asking them about their views on late-term abortion — and also about protecting babies who survive abortions.
The Democrat candidates are going to have to realize they’ll need to answer these questions at some point.
Several presidential candidates took part in a rally on the steps of the United States Supreme Court on Tuesday at a Planned Parenthood protest against states putting in place laws to restrict and even ban abortion in most cases.
Sanders refused to answer any of Centofante’s questions, and to all of the questions asked of Klobuchar, she only responded it was not children she was in the business of defending.
“I was just wondering how you guys defend late-term abortion?” Centofante asked Klobuchar. “Are you defending late-term abortion?”
“I’m defending the law,” Klobuchar said. (source: Breitbart)
Watch this video via Breitbart:
Progressives can whine, scream and curse all they want.
But a ban on post-20-week abortion is coming — and 80 percent of the population supports it.
If someone murders a pregnant woman and the unborn child dies as well, the crime the killer can be charged with can go from murder to double murder (currently, at least 38 states have fetal homicide laws). Make the Democrats say that a child is not a person — and that the criminal should not be held for murdering that child.
This is how you win. Make them say it.
This piece originally appeared in WayneDupree.com and is used by permission.
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