Kamala Harris Upset that Abortion Wasn’t Mentioned During Last Night’s Dem Debate

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In the wake of last night’s Democratic presidential debate, Kamala Harris – considered by many to be one of the leading Democratic candidates – expressed her displeasure that the ABC moderators did not ask more questions about abortion. Harris lamented that the debate, “was three hours long and [there was] not one question about abortion or reproductive rights.”

Perhaps that is because every single one of the ten candidates is already vociferously pro abortion. But that apparently didn’t satisfy Kamala Harris.

Perhaps that is because every single one of the ten candidates is already vociferously pro abortion – and many Twitter users were quick to point that out. But that apparently didn’t satisfy Kamala Harris.

It really does seem that Kamala Harris has an obsession with abortion.

As Lifenews noted:

There is something else going on here that we need to know more about. Quite frankly, it is not normal for anyone to have such an extreme fixation on aborting babies. That Harris touts herself as a champion of social justice makes her obsession with abortion all the more sickening.

Kamala has always been fixated on promoting abortion and punishing those who work to protect the preborn.

You will recall that back when Kamala Harris was California Attorney General, California Family Council reported that documents uncovered by Operation Rescue revealed that on March 8, 2016, Jill Habig, Special Counsel to then Attorney General Kamala Harris was sent a draft of proposed amendments to California’s existing recording laws. The proposed changes were sent by none other than Beth Parker, Chief Legal Counsel to Planned Parenthood Affiliates of California.

The proposed changes to then existing law included making it illegal to secretly record health care providers and mandated that anyone who “aids, agrees with, employs, or conspires with any person or persons to unlawfully do, permit, or cause to be done” any secret recordings would face fines of $2,500 per occurrence and imprisonment not exceeding one year, if convicted.

The proposed amendments were obviously targeting David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt. Daleiden and Meritt are two citizen journalists with the Center for Medical Progress who are responsible for the infamous expose videos showcasing time and time again the callous attitude with which Planned Parenthood views the sanctity and dignity of human life.

Kamala Harris also gained national attention for staffing her presidential campaign with abortion activists.

Harris also recently stated that if she were elected president she would end the Hyde Amendment.

 In an op ed for the Concord Monitor, she wrote, “What we’re seeing across the country and in the White House makes it clearer than ever that we have to do more to protect women’s access to health care. That’s exactly what I will do when I’m president,” Harris said.

“I will … continue to fight so that all women have access to reproductive health care [abortion] regardless of how much money they make by continuing my career-long opposition to the Hyde Amendment,” Harris said.

The Hyde Amendment—the appropriations legislation first introduced in 1976 by Rep. Henry Hyde — bars federal funding for elective abortions through Medicaid. The amendment has saved over two million preborn children and celebrated its 40th anniversary on September 30, 2016. Prior to the enactment of Hyde, the Medicaid program paid for roughly 300,000 abortions annually.

The Democratic Party made repealing the Hyde Amendment a plank in their national platform in the 2016 presidential elections. Kamala Harris evidently plans to continue efforts to end the ban on federal funding of abortions through Medicaid, despite the fact that support for abortion in the United States is at an all time low.

Harris said:

I will fight back with a plan to block dangerous and deadly abortion restrictions before they take effect. Just as the Voting Rights Act required preclearance from the Department of Justice for any law that might infringe on people’s fundamental right to vote, my proposal will require, for the first time, that states and localities with a history of violating Roe v. Wade obtain approval from my Department of Justice before any abortion law or practice can take effect.

And I’m not going to stop there. I will also protect Planned Parenthood from Republican attempts to defund essential health services, nominate judges who respect Roe v. Wade and reverse the Trump administration’s illegal attempts to cut evidence-based Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program grants.

Promulgating abortion is not “championing social justice,” as Harris likes to say of herself. In fact, there’s nothing about abortion that’s even close to justice. Nothing could be more dangerous or deadly then the act of abortion, which itself ends an infants life.

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