Democrat Senator Ben Cardin Admits Democrats Support Abortions Up to Birth

National   |   Steven Ertelt   |   Jun 27, 2023   |   1:00PM   |   Washington, DC

Democrats have always supported abortions up to birth, but they have refused to admit it.

Democrats supported the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision that allowed killing babies in abortions up to birth unless states took action to ban or limit late-term abortions. They support legislation and ballot measure that would make abortions a constitutional right – invalidating all pro-life laws and implementing abortions up to birth.

In a new interview, Democrat Senator Ben Cardin of Maryland finally admitting what pro-life Americans have known for a long time.

In response to a question about comments from former Vice President Mike pence highlighting how Democrats back abortions up to birth, Cardin confirmed that to be true.

As National Review reports, Senator Cardin confirmed he opposes any limits on abortions up to birth:

BREAM: So you signed on to a Senate bill called the Women’s Health Protection Act of 2023. Critics say it goes far beyond Roe, and it actually codifies what the former vice president was saying there. So what is the Democrats’ position? Where do you draw the line?

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CARDIN: Well, we support Roe v. Wade. We thought that was established law. It was established law for almost 50 years. The Supreme Court decision was a radical decision that reversed the rights of women to make their own health-care decisions. So we support Roe v. Wade, we support the right of women to be able to make their own decisions about their reproductive rights, and it shouldn’t be subservient to what state legislatures are doing.

BREAM: But what about the states where it’s actually legal up until the due date? Is that something Democrats support?

CARDIN: We support the right of women to make their own decisions. This is a personal decision made by women with the advice of their doctors and their family, and we don’t think we should try to tell women when they can make those decisions.

BREAM: Is there a cut-off for you before that point? 

CARDIN: No, to me, it’s a reproductive — it’s a health-care decision. It’s up to women to make that decision.

Since Joe Biden, Kamala Harris and almost every Democrat in Congress support that bill, it’s a confirmation that the legislation supports abortion up to birth without limits.