Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren and Amy Klobuchar Skip Vote to Stop Infanticide, Ban Late-Term Abortions

National   Steven Ertelt   Feb 25, 2020   |   6:45PM    Washington, DC

We already know that every Democrat running for president supports abortions up to birth and turns the other way when babies are killed in infanticide by letting them die after they survive botched abortions.

But pro-abortion candidates Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren and Amy Klobuchar provided another example of just how extreme they are on abortion and infanticide. Today, when the Senate cast votes on banning infanticide and stopping late-term abortions, they didn’t even bother to show up.

In fact, the three Democrats were the only members of the entire Senate to not do their jobs and vote on the most important legislation the Senate will consider all year.

Ironically, just before the Senate voted on the pro-life bills, Sanders sent out a tweet saying, “The idea of a nation based on justice and dignity for all people is not a radical idea.” Apparently providing dignity and justice for all people, including unborn children and babies who survive abortions is too radical for Sanders.

Meanwhile, Warren sent out a tweet complaining about toasters that catch on fire and Klobuchar stumped for voting rights as she didn’t bother to save future voters from certain death.

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That the Democrat presidential candidates didn’t show up to vote is no surprise considering they voted for infanticide and late-term abortions the last time the Senate voted. While they all voted to support infanticide, President Trump spoke out against infanticide in two tweets saying that it’s nothing short of “executing” babies to let them die after failed abortions

Instead of voting against abortion, Sanders has been out on the campaign trail telling voters he would only nominate Supreme Court judges who support abortions up to birth.

Sanders supports abortions up to birth and thinks there is a Constitutional right to kill babies in abortions.

“My promise to you is I will never nominate anybody to the Supreme Court or the federal bench who is not 100 percent pro-Roe. v Wade,” Sanders said, referring to the Supreme Court case that ushered in abortion on demand.

He also said he will force Americans to fund the Planned Parenthood abortion business.

“And we will expand funding for Planned Parenthood,” Sanders promised.

That’s a promise that will certainly come true, as Sanders, while a member of the Senate, has voted for taxpayer funding of abortions and taxpayer funding of the Planned Parenthood abortion business every single time.

Not only will Sanders expand funding for the abortion company if elected president, he will do so during the first week he takes over.

Last month, the Sanders campaign a list of executive orders he would sign on Day 1 if he were to become president. One of the top agenda items on his list is forcing Americans to fund the Planned Parenthood abortion business.