Isn’t that evil in itself?
Kamala Harris met with pro-abortion state lawmakers Friday at the White House to discuss ways to expand the killing of unborn babies in abortions in Hispanic-American communities.
Harris has been attempting to improve her image with the American people by portraying herself as a champion for abortion. In recent months, she has been meeting regularly with abortion activists and pro-abortion lawmakers as well as traveling to swing states to promote pro-abortion candidates.
Her meeting Friday promoted aborting unborn babies among Hispanic/Latino Americans, a demographic that tends to be strongly pro-life and has been steadily shifting to the right in American politics.
Axios reports the vice president met seven pro-abortion Latino lawmakers from Arizona, Illinois, Kansas, Nevada, New York, Texas and Utah to discuss the abortion issue.
“[Harris] really wanted to address abortion and abortion access and how it impacts the Latinx community,” state Rep. Angela Romero, D-Salt Lake City, told Axios after the meeting. “Even though we have a Republican-controlled Legislature — doesn’t mean that we shouldn’t be talking about issues that impact Utahns, like access to health care.”
Romero is president-elect of the National Hispanic Caucus of State Legislators, and it’s likely she will push Hispanics to embrace Democrats’ pro-abortion agenda through her new position.
She portrayed the abortion issue as a matter of helping women in the interview with Axios, but in Utah, she plans to introduce a bill to help abortionists. Romero said her bill would get rid of criminal penalties for medical practitioners who perform abortions. That means abortionists would not face legal consequences for killing unborn babies in abortions.
A Utah law bans abortions in most cases, but a judge blocked the law while pro-abortion groups challenge it in court.
Harris and President Joe Biden want to take America back to 1973 when Roe v. Wade forced states to legalize abortions for any reason up to viability and allowed states to legalize abortion on demand up to birth. They have been urging Congress to pass legislation that also would force taxpayers to pay for abortions nationwide, allow sex-selection abortions, and eliminate parental consent and informed consent laws.
Polls consistently find that Americans support parental consent for minors, oppose taxpayer funding for abortions and support legal protections for unborn babies, especially after the first trimester.
Los Angeles Times reports more about the Biden administration’s efforts at the state level:
Harris’ advisors say she is taking an all-of-the above approach in her work on abortion — making the broad political case for access, pushing for administrative actions to protect rights to abortion medication and interstate procedures, and marshaling attorneys to volunteer their time in the states. Her team notes that in some states, helping to elect a few more legislators or to keep a Democratic governor in office could stymie restrictions on abortion.
Rather than trying to find common ground by supporting abortion limits that most Americans agree on, such as bans on late-term and taxpayer-funded abortions, Harris and the Biden administration have been drumming up division and pushing extreme pro-abortion policies that even many Democrat voters oppose.