Kamala Harris Says Abortion is Important to “Children.” Ignores How Children are Killed in Abortion

National   |   Micaiah Bilger   |   Jul 27, 2022   |   9:48AM   |   Washington, DC

Abortions kill more children than any other cause, including nearly 1 million a year in the United States alone.

Yet, Vice President Kamala Harris asserted Monday that states should not pass pro-life laws because abortions somehow benefit “children.”

Townhall reports Harris advocated for abortion in Indiana this week as its state legislature debates pro-life legislation during a special session.

In recent weeks, the vice president has made abortion on demand a key focus of her work, meeting with pro-abortion movement leaders and politicians and traveling to support pro-abortion candidates in key swing states.

Speaking in Indiana on Monday, Harris claimed that keeping abortion on demand legal is “one of the most critical issues facing our country” right now, according to Townhall.

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Harris went on to emphasize the impact of banning abortions on “children” specifically, urging people to consider “what this issue means to real people, including children.”

But she did not mean unborn children. To Harris, babies in the womb are not “real people” yet.

If she and President Joe Biden achieve their goals, they would strip away basically all legal protections for unborn babies across America. They have been pressuring Congress to pass a bill that would force states to legalize abortions for basically any reason up to birth and force taxpayers to pay for their deaths.

Biden and Harris are working in other ways to expand the killing of unborn babies in abortions as well – calling abortion “health care” — in response to states’ efforts to protect their lives.

“The president and I take seriously our work that is about protecting the health, the safety, and the well-being of the women of America, and that includes the women of Indiana,” Harris said Monday.

But women do not need abortions to be healthy or free, and abortions intentionally and unnecessarily destroy children’s lives before they are born.

States like Indiana are working to protect children in the womb from violent abortion deaths now that the U.S. Supreme Court has overturned Roe v. Wade.

Under Roe, more than 63 million unborn babies were aborted in the United States. The 1973 ruling forced states to legalize abortion on demand up to viability and allowed abortions up to birth.

Now, because of the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health ruling, states may protect unborn babies by banning abortions again. About a dozen already have done so, and more are expected to in the coming weeks. The Charlotte Lozier Institute estimates more than 110,000 unborn babies are being saved from abortion as a result of the pro-life laws currently in place.