Pro-life group at the air display on MSNBC prior to the Democratic primary debate

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Pro-life group March for life action is the air show on MSNBC before the Democratic primary debates this week-the argument that it is a pro-life “consensus” among Americans, including Democrats on the issue of abortion.

The group to discuss the annual pro-life March in Washington, DC, is the introduction of advertising with the women about how their views on abortion represent a consensus among the Americans — you say is in contrast to the increasingly hardline positions of some Democrats.


The display area refers to a Marist poll found that in February, that 8 of 10 Americans support restrictions on abortion, while 6 of 10 self-proclaimed pro-choice Americans support limiting abortion to the first trimester.

The ad also claims that two-thirds of Americans are against government funding of abortions. The six-digit ad buy also includes digital ads running.

“It is time for the politicians to stop working for the pro-abortion lobby, and to the national consensus,” the ad says.

“For more than a decade of research shows how out of touch the Democratic party establishment, the Democratic voters, when it comes to abortion,” Jeanne Mancini, March for life action president, said in a statement. “While the 2020 Democratic candidate the more radical positions on abortion through the day, the polling numbers are clear: 60 percent of Democrats want abortion to be limited-in most-the first three months of pregnancy. A majority of Americans, against each taxpayer funding for abortion. The democratic establishment would do well to listen to the American people – or even just their base — instead of caving in to the pressure of the abortion lobby.”


The question of abortion is likely to be a top issue in the Democratic primaries, the debates, especially as a number of red States recently passed bills limiting abortion rights-might be the establishment of a Supreme Court challenge to Roe v Wade, which legalized abortion throughout the country.

The former Vice-President, Joe Biden, conversely, his attitude in this month to the Hyde Amendment, the abortion ban subsidize the use of Federal funds, according to the criticism for backing the change.


One day, after he says that he still supports the change, he told Fans that he “can’t justify what millions of women without access to the care they need, and the ability to exercise their constitutionally protected right.”

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-NY, now, in comparison with pro-life beliefs of racism.

“I think there are some problems, which decided such a moral clarity that we have as a society, that the other side is not acceptable. Imagine, say, that it is okay, appoints a judge, the Semitic, racist or anti-or homophobic. Questions, to nominate someone, someone who doesn’t take basic human rights of a group of people in America—I believe that these political issues,” Gillibrand said in an interview with The des Moines Register.

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