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Rep. Omar, Democrats aim at abortion laws; panel-reaction and analysis on ‘Hannity.’
Democrats critical of President Trump would rather initiate to hurl insults and examinations instead of a meaningful legislation, a Republican Congressman claimed on Thursday.
Rep. Lee Zeldin, R-NY, calculated on “Hannity,” the Democrats would rather trump to investigate.
He said they would be more likely to try impeachment procedures are as legislate to the benefit of the American people.
“You have promised to resist, oppose, charges, everything and nothing,” he claimed. “You would prefer not to offend, to rush and investigate instead of legislate, and it is regrettable.”
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The Long island legislator claimed Democrats believed to hinder you could be “and to investigate” enough to lead America in the direction of “more comfortable [and] greater freedom.”
Zeldin said, such a thought was absurd.
He also claimed some of the Democrats in a “double standard” and practiced “moral equivalence” when talking about the right to abortion.
Zeldin pointed to comments by Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., who said on the House floor that she was “frustrated” with the abortion debate.
Omar claimed, “if it be life to [a politician] and your decisions, you want to talk about freedom, but when it comes to other people and to speak to the choices other people make, you want about religion.”
Zeldin said people should instead “speaks out against abortion and stand firm.”
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Earlier this month, Omar abortion defending access to several States, especially in Alabama — laws imposing abortion restrictions. “Women’s rights are human rights,” she tweeted previously.
“No child or woman should be forced to have the pregnancy against her own will. These laws do not protect the rights of women, he protects the violator of committing these crimes,” she said next to an article about Alabama’s ban.
Fox News’ Sam Dorman contributed to this report.