Now that Kamala Harris is the Democrat vice presidential nominee, voters on all sides of the political spectrum will have a chance — like it or not —to learn more about her positions on any number of issues.
One of those issues is abortion. More specifically, late-term abortion. Or as liberals prefer to call it, “women’s reproductive health.”
Kamala Harris has never been shy about her support for late-term abortion. Now, following the resurfacing of a 2018 tweet in which she advocated against a ban on abortions beyond 20 weeks, parents are responding with pictures of their own children at 20 weeks.
In January, 2018, Harris tweeted a rallying call to the late-term abortion faithful, urging defeat of 20-week abortion ban legislation.
“We must keep fighting to defend and expand on the progress made for women’s rights and reproductive health, not pass a 20-week abortion ban. Add your name if you agree.”
The above comes from an Aug. 26 story on Life & Liberty.
According to an Aug. 24 story in the Washington Times:
Kamala Harris voted twice against the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act, the sole purpose of which is to provide medical care to infants who survive an abortion. This is a radical position on its own, but her views on states’ rights and personal liberty are more alarming.
She was a co-sponsor for the Women’s Health Protection Act, which “would invalidate any and all state-level protections for unborn children after the point of viability — indeed, up until birth.” According to National Review, “The legislation would also make it impossible for states to enact or enforce informed-consent laws and waiting-period requirements, which have often been upheld by courts as permissible under our current abortion jurisprudence.”