Skip to comments.Democrats Give Each Other High Five After Voting to Keep Late-Term Abortions Legal
Posted on 01/30/2018 6:30:10 PM PST by Morgana
Every day on the football field or the baseball diamond, kids and grownups give each other a high-five to celebrate the victory or a good play. But Democrats in the United States Senate used the fun move to celebrate camaraderie and a job well done on something dark and disgusting.
After the vote to defeat the bill to ban abortions after 20 weeks, Democrats on the Senate floor gave each other a high-five. How members of the Senate can explain their actions is beyond most Americans as fully two-thirds of Americans believe late-term abortions on viable unborn babies ought to be illegal.
Well, if youre a red state Democrat, I just dont get how you can give Shutdown Chuck Schumer a high-five, or whatever was captured on C-Span after the cloture vote to ban abortion after 20 weeks. Sen. Heidi Heitkamp (D-ND) voted with her Democratic colleagues to block the legislation.
Well, for starters, the legislation is not radical. To take a page from liberals, lets cite Europe, where most European countries, even those with well-established left wing politics, ban abortion after 20 weeks. In some nations, its 12 weeks. Also, almost everyone is against late-term abortion. Solid majorities, especially women, also support a 20-week ban.
All but three Democrats voted to keep late-term abortions legal as did two Republicans.
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Satanists. We have nothing in common with them. Time to separate ourselves from them.
The DNC, filling up the iniquity of the nation and doing what they can to ensure the blood of the innocent soaks the whole land.
I am sure the republican will thank the idiot Heitkamp for the commercial footage. What a moron.
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