California Sen. Kamala Harris, once a promising presidential hopeful, announced she was dropping out of the 2020 presidential race on Tuesday https://t.co/1BysSCQy8J— TIME (@TIME) December 3, 2019
For example, as Attorney General of California, Harris persecuted pro-life journalist David Daleiden, after he used his First Amendment rights to expose the illegal trafficking of baby body parts by Planned Parenthood and the abortion industry.
Harris also consistently voted to support unlimited abortion. While as Senator on the Senate Judiciary Committee, Harris smeared Justice Brett Kavanaugh during his confirmation hearing, using unsubstantiated accusations to attack Kavanaugh and to try to win support from the fringe, pro-infanticide wing of the Democratic Party.
Justice for all people except journalists who investigate Planned Parenthood! And Brett Kavanaugh. And preborn babies.— Students for Life (@StudentsforLife) December 3, 2019
And all those other people you used the heavy hand of government against.
Actually, you don't really know what justice means, do you? https://t.co/y3Sd1hkz4X
— Ryan Fournier (@RyanAFournier) December 3, 2019
I'll never forget when Kamala Harris tried to ruin Brett Kavanaugh's life and the lives of his family.
We’ll repeat it for the 1 millionth time, but being radically pro-abortion is not a good way to win over a majority of voters. Consider the findings of our 2019 poll of Millennials that found:
-7 of 10 Millennials support limits on abortion through specific policies like parental notification, limiting abortions later in pregnancy like at 5 months of pregnancy, and opposition to government funding of abortion.
-Only 7 percent shared the position of the Democratic Party Platform – abortion without any exceptions and funded by tax dollars.
-More Millennials than not support Roe’s reversal. Asked directly about support for overturning Roe and returning abortion to the states, 41 percent supported Roe’s reversal.
-65 percent of Millennials support the right to vote on abortion-related policy and want a voice on abortion policy.
-56 percent of Millennials, oppose selling Chemical Abortion drugs on-line or dropping the requirement for a physical exam because of the risks to women.
-By about a 3 to 1 margin (48 percent to 17 percent), Millennials said they preferred that their tax monies went to Federally Qualified Health Centers rather than the abortion giant, Planned Parenthood.
-51 percent said that they opposed Roe, when they understood it allows for abortion through all 9 months of pregnancy.
**This atricle was republished from studentsforlife.org. Written by Matt Lamb**
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