Democrats Have the Extremist Abortion Position: They Support Abortions Up to Birth

National   |   Scott Whitlock   |   Oct 11, 2022   |   11:07AM   |   Washington, D.C.

The leftist partisans posing as political journalists at ABC want you to think that the candidate in Georgia with an extreme position on abortion is Herschel Walker. On Monday, Good Morning America allowed Democratic Senator Raphael Warnock to slam his opponent as the only ideologically rigid candidate. No mention of the fact that Warnock opposes ANY restrictions right up until birth.

Reporter Rachel Scott insisted, “Walker opposes abortion, no exceptions. His opponent, Senator Raphael Warnock making it clear he supports abortion rights.” She then played a clip of Warnock attacking, “I support reproductive choice. My opponent, on the other hand, is talking about a nationwide ban.”

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ABC, yet again, failed to note just how radical Warnock is on abortion. Saying he “supports abortion rights” is an understatement.  As noted by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution on June 30, the Democrat refused to mention ANY restrictions he supports:

Warnock, by contrast, didn’t take a position when pressed on whether he’d support any limits to abortion if there’s a new legislative push to reverse the U.S. Supreme Court ruling that overturned Roe v. Wade.

Scott then highlighted the Pennsylvania U.S. Senate race and failed to note that John Fetterman also supports abortion up until birth: “In Pennsylvania, talk show host and Republican candidate Dr. Mehmet Oz is facing off Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman back on the campaign trail after suffering a stroke just months ago.”

Instead, the networks only want to focus only on the allegations that Walker paid for an abortion in 2009, devoting over 27 minutes by last Friday.

For more on how the networks are hiding radical Senate Democratic candidates supporting abortion up to birth, go here.

The partisan Democratic spin was sponsored by Ancestry. Click on the link to let them know what you think. Note: Scott Whitlock is a news analyst for the Media Research Center and a contributing writer to NewsBusters, its blog where this item first appeared. Scott’s blogs have been featured in the “Inside Politics” section of the Washington Times and linked to on the Drudge Report. He is a graduate of George Mason University. This originally appeared at Newsbusters.