Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts will drop out of the Democrat presidential race today after the abortion activist had a disaster on Super Tuesday, not winning a single state. Warren’s departure, following Pete Buttigieg, Elizabeth Klobuchar, and Mike Bloomberg, essentially makes the presidential contest a two man race between pro-abortion candidates Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden.
After bad performances in early states — coming in third in Iowa, fourth in the New Hampshire and Nevada, and fifth in South Carolina — Warren’s campaign insisted it had a pathway to the nomination. But that didn’t pan out on Tuesday, as Joe Biden won most states and Bernie Sanders took the rest. Warren didn’t even win her home state of Massachusetts.
Warren’s presidential campaign was such a disaster that she became the laughingstock of the country at the beginning of it when a DNA test proved she was not Native American despite her claims otherwise.
After dropping out earlier this week, Bloomberg endorsed pro-abortion Joe Biden in order to stop Bernie Sanders from becoming the nominee. he followed Buttigieg and Klobucarh in doing so. But Warren was seen as more of a Sanders ideological ally and some observers speculate she may endorse her fellow senator and wondered why she didn’t bow out before Super Tuesday to help him.
During a November presidential debate, Warren said she believes “abortion rights are human rights,” and she will “fight” for abortion if elected president.
Her Medicaid for All plan also would force American taxpayers to pay for the killing of unborn babies. Warren consistently has said she supports taxpayer-funded abortions without restriction. She also opposes even modest limits on abortion after unborn babies are viable.
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Along with appointing pro-abortion judges and kicking out pro-life government employees, Warren also would force taxpayers to fund the killing of unborn babies in abortions. On Friday, she claimed that abortion is an economics issue, and poor women get hurt when abortions are illegal.
Though her position is hugely unpopular with voters, Warren attempted to claim otherwise, saying three of four Americans support Roe v. Wade, the Washington Times reports.
However, many different polls indicate that this is not true. A recent poll by Marist found that six in 10 Americans (62%) say that if the Supreme Court revisits Roe v. Wade it should allow states to determine restrictions (46%) or make abortion illegal (16%). Only 33% of Americans say Roe should be interpreted to allow for legal abortion any time without restriction.
Most Americans want viable, late-term unborn babies to be protected from abortions, and they do not want their tax dollars to pay for abortions either. In 2016, when Hillary Clinton campaigned on the same issue, a Harvard University poll found that only 36% of likely voters support overturning the Hyde Amendment, which prohibits taxpayer-funded abortions in Medicare.
And while Warren claims taxpayer-funded abortions are especially important for poor women, the poll suggests that low-income women do not want them. According to the poll, voters who make more than $75,000 were more supportive of forcing taxpayers to fund abortions (45% in favor), while those who make $25,000 or less were strongly against it (24% in favor). In other words, the people most likely to qualify for a Medicaid-covered, taxpayer-funded abortion are the ones who oppose it the most.
All of the top Democratic presidential candidates support abortions without restriction through all nine months of pregnancy and want to force taxpayers to pay for them. Some candidates even have refused to welcome pro-life Democrats into their so-called party of inclusion.
Democrats like Warren are not courting voters with their radical pro-abortion agenda, they are courting the billion-dollar abortion industry and its campaign donations. Planned Parenthood alone is spending at least $45 million on the 2020 election to push its agenda.