Huge Swing AGAINST Abortion

If you vote for Democrats, for any office, you now have to account for their actions against life itself!

All but Three Democrat Senators voted to allow killing babies after they are born

All Six Democrat Presidential Candidates Vote for Infanticide

Vermont abortion law goes one step further than NY – Need NO Reason to abort baby up to moment of birth

New York State Democrat Senate Erupts in Applause after passing Horrific Abortion Bill 

Virginia Democrat Governor On Tape Saying Babies Can be Killed after they are born

America REJECTS the Leftist Democrat Socialist Party of DEATH!

While ALL Democrats in the US Senate voted against the “Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act”, which has NOTHING to do with the health of the mother but simply gives a new born baby the Constitution Right to LIFE that we all have, a new poll shows STUNNING changes among young people and even Democrats concerning the legalization of infanticide that has passed by Democrats in New York and Vermont and was narrowly defeated in Virginia. Killing babies that are out of the womb apparently is even too far for those in our nation who support killing them up until the time of birth! This was NEVER really been about the “health of the Mother” or “women’s health services”, this has been genocide from the day Roe v Wade passed. Now they have exposed who they really are and American our horrified. Read the poll then vote to stop the killing!

New poll finds “dramatic shift” on abortion attitudes


The recent debate over “late-term abortion,”fueled by state measures in New Yorkand Virginiathat loosened, or sought to loosen, abortion restrictions toward the end of a woman’s pregnancy, has caused “a dramatic shift” in public attitudes toward abortion policy, according to Barbara Carvalho who directed a new Marist poll, commissioned by the Knights of Columbus, a Catholic organization.

By the numbers:The poll found Americans are now as likely to identify as pro-life (47%) as they are pro-choice (47%). Last month, a similar Marist survey found that Americans were more likely to identify as pro-choice than pro-life 55% to 38%, a 17-point gap.

  • The survey also found that 80% of Americans support abortion being limited to the first three months of pregnancy, an increase of 5 percentage points since last month’s Marist poll.

Between the lines:Marist has been polling Americans’ attitudes on abortion for over a decade, and Carvalho told Axios this is the first time since 2009 that as many or more Americans have identified as pro-life as have identified as pro-choice.

  • But what Carvalho said she found most significant was that Democrats, specifically those under the the age of 45, seem to be leading the shift: This month’s poll found 34% of Democrats identify as pro-life vs. 61% pro-choice. Last month, those numbers were 20% and 75%, respectively.
  • Among Americans under 45, 47% identify as pro-life vs. 48% pro-choice. In January, those numbers were 28% and 65%, respectively.

“This has been a measure that has been so stableover time. To see that kind of change was surprising,” Carvalho said. “And the increased discussion [of late-term abortion] in the public forum in the past month appears to have made the biggest difference in how people identify on the issue.”

Why it matters:Republicans have been on the offensive about this issue since the State of the Union, when Trump seized on the outrage over Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam’s abortion commentsand the passage of a New York lawto promote a congressional ban on late-term abortions.

  • In November, the Department of Health and Human Services proposed a new rulethat would require insurers send customers separate bills for coverage provided for abortion services.
  • On Friday, the Trump administration issued a new rulebarring organizations that provide abortion referrals, like Planned Parenthood, from receiving federal family planning money.
  • Axios health care editor Sam Baker points that by far the most significant thing Trump has done on abortion is replace Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy with Brett Kavanaugh. “State abortion restrictions will very likely be upheld no matter what public opinion is.”

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Methodology: This survey of 1,008 adults was conducted via landline or cell phones, Feb. 12–Feb. 17 by The Marist Poll, sponsored and funded in partnership with The Knights of Columbus.