Elizabeth Warren continued to show her devotion to the abortion industry Monday by promising to wear a pink Planned Parenthood scarf to the inauguration if she wins the presidency.
Speaking at a University of Iowa town hall in Iowa City, the Democrat presidential candidate said she wore the scarf twice before to important political events, and she will wear it again, according to Business & Politics Review.
Warren, who is touting a radical pro-abortion platform that includes unrestricted abortions up to birth and taxpayer-funded abortions, described her fashion choice in response to a question about making “reproductive health care easily accessible to all women,” Disrn reports.
“I made the decision when Donald Trump was elected — I decided I would go to the inauguration … but it was important to me what I wore,” Warren responded. “I’ll tell you what I wore: I wore my scarf that has in big letters on it embroidered, ‘Planned Parenthood.’”
Planned Parenthood is the largest abortion chain in America. Last year, the abortion group reported more than 330,000 abortions and a record $1.66 billion revenue. In October, Planned Parenthood announced plans to spend at least $45 million to defeat President Donald Trump and support a pro-abortion candidates in 2020.
A Massachusetts senator, Warren has a 100-percent pro-abortion voting record, including a recent vote against protecting newborns from infanticide.
On Monday, she touted her abortion advocacy at the Women’s March where she wore her pink scarf for the second time.
“I spoke and I wore my pink Planned Parenthood scarf,” Warren said. “Now that’s two, so here’s my plan for number three: I’m gonna be wearing that scarf when I’m sworn as president of the United States.”
Warren may not get the opportunity, though. Her position on abortion is radical and out of touch with most Americans.
She would force taxpayers to pay for elective abortions, something polls consistently show the public is opposed to. Warren also opposes even modest limits on abortion after viability; most Americans want viable, late-term unborn babies to be protected from abortions.
During the November debate, Warren insisted that killing unborn children in abortions is a “human right.” She falsely claimed that “three out of four” Americans support Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court case that essentially allowed abortions up to birth.
But that is false. A January national poll conducted by Marist University found an overwhelming majority of Americans support restrictions on abortion.According to the poll, three in four Americans (75 percent) say abortion should be limited to – at most – the first three months of pregnancy.
A poll from YouGov/Americans United for Life this fall also found that 70 percent of Americans support abortion limits. Additionally, a 2019 Gallup poll found 60 percent of Americans take a pro-life position on abortion, wanting all (21 percent) or almost all (39 percent) abortions to be illegal. And in May, a Hill/HarrisX poll found that 55 percent of voters said they do not think laws banning abortions after six weeks – when an unborn baby’s heartbeat is detectable – are too restrictive, according to The Hill.
Democrat voters who believe abortions should be limited do not have much of a choice in 2020. All of the top Democrat presidential contenders believe abortions should be legal for any reason up to birth and taxpayer funded.