in the vicinityVideo2020 Democratic hopeful Beto O’rourke rejects calls to run for US Senate in Texas
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Democratic 2020 hopeful Beto O’rourke Monday was asked by a voter in Texas, if his life had no “value” before the day he was born, leads the former Congressman to explain that it would make a decision “for the woman.”
“My question is: I was born Sept. 8., In 1989, and I would like to know if you think, on Sept. 7, 1989, my life had asked of no value,” the unknown man, in remarks first reported by Breitbart news.
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He was, apparently, abortions under terms of a response O’rourke was in Ohio, where he was asked about the third trimester and said, “That should be a decision that makes the woman. I trust her.” On Monday he gave a similar answer, adding only that he believe that man had the lives of no value before he was born.
The voters responded to the question, O’rourke, said: “of course I believe that. And of course, I’m glad you’re here. But you referenced my answer in Ohio, and it remains the same. This is a decision that should make neither you, nor I, nor the government of the United States,” O’rourke said.
“This is a decision for the woman,” he said in a loud applause from the followers.
The group Susan B. Anthony list, the anti-abortion, calling the comments “sick”.
His comments come as the democratic hopefuls have been getting further and further away from attitudes impose almost any restriction of access to abortion, as well as some Republican States have toughened restrictions on abortions, – if necessary, the establishment of a future court challenges, the Supreme court Roe v. Wade decision that a constitutional right to an abortion.
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All the prominent Democratic 2020 presidential hopefuls in the Senate in February, Born-Alive abortion chosen Survivor Protection Act, including Bernie Sanders of Vermont, Kamala Harris, California, Cory Booker from New Jersey, Kirsten Gillibrand in New York, Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota and Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts.
O’rourke on Monday described what he saw as “an attack on Roe v. Wade” from the conservative politicians and activists across the country. He said that the attack was in Texas in a epicenter “of this maternal mortality crisis” due to increased restrictions on abortion, as well as what he said was a refusal to expand the state legislators Medicaid.
“I want to. not out of the question, the decisions, the power of a woman Only a woman knows what she knows, and I want to trust her, that,” he said.
Fox News Gregg Re contributed to this report.