It’s been established that the Vice President’s capacity for persuasion and even simple communication leaves much to be desired.
But some things look especially bad even for her.
And now the ghoulish way Kamala Harris chose to mourn the anniversary of Roe v. Wade being overturned will leave you seeing red.
Harris goes on political attack
Vice President Kamala Harris plans to promote abortion and attack Republicans who push pro-life legislation at a campaign event marking the first anniversary of the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade on Friday, according to reports.
The “political event with reproductive rights groups” is slated to occur in Washington, D.C. the day before the actual anniversary.
First Lady Jill Biden and Harris’ husband, Doug Emhoff, will also participate.
Harris will also be in North Carolina on Saturday to rally pro-abortion advocates as the state prepares to enact its own ban on abortions.
The speech is just one of the several events the White House has planned to promote abortion over the next few weeks.
The Vice President is also scheduled to join MSNBC’s Joy Reid in a roundtable discussion on the effects of the Supreme Court’s decision.
“Before she was Vice President, Harris was notorious for prosecuting the whistleblowers who exposed Planned Parenthood’s role in the harvest and sale of body parts from aborted babies,” Susan B. Anthony Pro Life America said in a statement. “Sadly, we’re seeing that same abortion extremism shape the Left’s post-Roe politics today. Now Harris is the point person for the administration’s radical agenda of taxpayer funded late-term abortion, which the American people overwhelmingly reject.”
On June 24, 2022, the Supreme Court ruled in a 6–3 decision to return the issue of abortion to individual states.
That move overturned prior decisions, like Roe and Planned Parenthood v. Casey, which had been widely supported by pro-abortion activists.
Pro-lifers celebrate the anniversary of a big win
Susan B. Anthony Pro Life America also said that it would be marking the “victory” with Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY), former Trump advisor Kellyanne Conway, and other female lawmakers who it says, “led the charge on pro-life laws.”
Pregnancy resource center directors and some of the mothers who have received support from them are also expected to be in attendance.
Since the Supreme Court’s decision, states across the country have adopted varying policies regarding abortion.
Most Republican-led states have passed pro-life legislation, while many Democrat-controlled states have gone out of their way to ensure abortion on-demand up until the moment of birth – and sometimes after.
US Political Daily will keep you updated on any developments to this ongoing story.