As the next General Assembly is set to open January 8, pro-abortion leaders in the Senate and House are making good on their promise to push a radical agenda in the legislature.
During a conversation Sunday with Dave Rubin, 2020 Democratic presidential contender Tulsi Gabbard said she is opposed to third-trimester abortions.
Born-alive legislation shouldn’t be controversial. It merely says once a child is born, doctors should treat the baby regardless of whether his parents will be birth parents or adoptive.
Removing recognition of personhood for fetuses may sound progressive to pro-abortion advocates, but this severely hurts pregnant victims of violent crime.
Asked about third-trimester abortions on Monday, Beto O’Rourke replied, ‘That should be a decision that the woman makes about her own body. I trust her.’
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