Abortion advocate Hillary Clinton has won enough Electoral College votes that media outlets across the country are now predicting she will become the next president of the United States.
Clinton tonight defeated Donald Trump — who most pro-life voters saw as their least favorite choice heading into the Republican Party primary election season. Trump was beset by numerous problems that turned him off even to pro-life voters such as his comments about women and minorities.
Trump was seen by many pro-life voters as not being solidly pro-life despite statements saying he would sign pro-life legislation and nominate good judges to the Supreme Court. Many pro-life voters pointed to his past abortion support and his conflicting statements about the Planned Parenthood abortion business as a reason to either not vote for him or not get out and work for his campaign as they would have done for another presidential candidate with solid pro-life credentials.
On the other hand, the Planned Parenthood abortion business and abortion advocates across the country turned out in droves and support for Hillary Clinton. The abortion business reportedly spent as much as 35 million dollars or more on her behalf and other pro-abortion groups kicked in millions more to support her pro-abortion campaign.
As President, Clinton will continue the radical pro-abortion policies President Barack Obama has promoted. Not only that, she is expected to go further by pushing to overturn the Hyde Amendment and forcing taxpayers to fund abortions as well as putting additional abortion Advocates on the Supreme Court.
The pro-life Community will need to unite after the election and work overtime to oppose Clinton’s radical abortion regime.
Clinton promised to nominate justices who will uphold Roe v. Wade and abortion on demand up until birth. Trump said he will appoint “pro-life justices” with a “conservative bent.”
If elected, Clinton promised her friends at the abortion company Planned Parenthood to force Americans to pay for abortions with their tax dollars by attempting to overturn the Hyde Amendment, which has protected Americans from funding most all abortions since the late 1970s. Upheld by the Supreme Court, the Hyde Amendment is now a target of abortion advocates who have moved from pro-choice to pro-abortion — forcing Americans not only to accept unlimited abortions before birth but also to pay for them.
During an interview on The View recently Hillary Clinton said an unborn child just hours before delivery should have no Constitutional rights. In February, Clinton also defended partial-birth abortions.
Clinton has been perhaps Planned Parenthood’s biggest supporter since the aborted baby body parts scandal broke.
During the Democratic presidential debate, Clinton defended the Planned Parenthood abortion business. Clinton said she was tired of the attacks on it 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 — without any questions on it from debate moderators — has been bending over backwards to protect and defend her friends at the abortion company, which will pull out all the stops int he 2016 election to ensure she takes over the White House from pro-abortion President Barack Obama.
Clinton not only promised to protect Planned Parenthood’s current taxpayer funding but also to potentially give it more through direct taxpayer funding of abortion. Clinton previously told abortion activists that she will work to help them achieve one of their top goals – repealing the Hyde Amendment and forcing taxpayers to fund abortions. If Clinton succeeds, the Guttmacher Institute estimates 33,000 more unborn babies will be killed in abortions every year with our tax dollars.