kamala Harris voiced support for a pro-abortion lawsuit Tuesday that challenges the Texas abortion ban based on false claims that the law does not allow abortions when women’s lives are at risk.
Harris, who has tried to boost her faltering image by aligning herself closely with the pro-abortion movement, attacked pro-life advocates as “extremists” in a statement about the lawsuit, The Hill reports. She also claimed killing unborn babies in elective abortions is “health care.”
“Many extremist ‘so-called’ leaders espouse ‘freedom for all,’ while directly attacking the freedom to make one’s own health care decisions,” she said in a statement. “Like the overwhelming majority of Americans, the president and I believe women — in consultation with their doctors — should be in charge of their reproductive health care, not politicians.”
The lawsuit, led by the Center for Reproductive Rights, is part of an on-going attempt by the pro-abortion movement to claim pro-life laws put women’s lives in jeopardy when the opposite is true.
Pro-life laws save unborn babies’ lives and protect mothers. Every abortion restriction includes clear exceptions that allow miscarriage and ectopic pregnancy care as well as abortions in the rare cases when a mother’s life is at risk. Many doctors, legal analyses and experts confirm this, but abortion activists’ lies persist and doctors say it’s these lies, not the laws, that are putting women’s lives in danger.
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