They say birds of a feather flock together. And the old adage appears to be playing out in Iowa, site of the first presidential caucus, where late-term abortion activist Wendy Davis will campaign for pro-abortion Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
Davis’ sole claim to fame is that she filibustered a bill in the Texas legislature that would have banned abortions on unborn babies up to the day of birth. Texas lawmakers eventually defeated her infamous filibuster and passed the pro-life bill, but Davis has since continued her abortion advocacy, raiding money for and speaking on behalf of Planned Parenthood.
Now, Davis will stump for Clinton, who also supports unlimited abortions up to birth for any reason, in Iowa.
Wendy Davis, a former Texas state senator who was shot into the national spotlight for an 11-hour filibuster to block an anti-abortion bill in the state, will campaign on behalf of Hillary Clinton in Ames next week.
Davis, who was also the Democratic nominee for governor of Texas in 2014, endorsed Clinton in September.
Davis will also make stops in Des Moines, Cedar Falls, Dubuque and Davenport on Dec. 17. The next day, Dec. 18, Davis will attend events in Coralville and Cedar Rapids.
Earlier this month, Davis joined abortion advocates in blaming pro-lifers and Republicans for spurring on a tragic shooting that occurred Friday outside of a Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood abortion facility.
During an interview Monday with MSNBC, Davis accused Republicans of using hateful language and “fueling this kind of behavior.” The attack claimed the lives of three people and injured nine more. While abortion advocates are rushing to place the blame on pro-lifers, the alleged gunman Robert Lewis Dear has no connection to the pro-life movement.
Hillary Clinton followed suit and appeared to put pro-life people on the same level as the terrorists behind the shooting in San Bernadino, California.
During the first Democratic presidential debate in October, Clinton defended Planned Parenthood although the abortion company has been caught selling aborted babies and their body parts. She said she was tired of the attacks from pro-life Republicans who have been working overtime to try to de-fund the abortion corporation.
“They don’t mind having big government interfere with a woman’s right to choose and to take down Planned Parenthood — they’re fine with big government when it comes to that,” Clinton said. “I’m sick of it.”
Clinton, who brought up Planned Parenthood unprompted during both debates, has been bending over backwards to protect and defend her friends at the abortion company, which will pull out all the stops in the 2016 election to ensure she takes over the White House from pro-abortion President Barack Obama.