Thank you, Schumer, for allowing the other Democrats to show America that they’re all in for infanticide.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer’s far-left radical abortion bill titled The Women’s Health Protection Act did not get the 60 votes needed to advance to debate.
Important distinction: This vote was only to bring the bill to debate. Chad explains in a thread.
1) The Senate voted 51-49 today to block debate on a bill to codify Roe.
Sen. Bob Casey (D-PA) had previously been one of the loudest pro-life votes in the Senate. But Casey voted today to overcome a filibuster on the measure.
— Chad Pergram (@ChadPergram) May 11, 2022
The bill is disgusting and goes against everything the supposed pro-choice crowd claims they support: abortion available through all nine months, kids don’t need parent or guardian notification, and no 24-hour waiting period.
So much for rare and safe. Read this entire thread. It’s long but worth it:
Four key parts of the abortion bill Schumer will bring up for a vote next week: https://t.co/A94HUy6x4b
1. How it creates a right to abortion through 9 months of pregnancy in all 50 states: pic.twitter.com/LPpHOnuRLK
— John McCormack (@McCormackJohn) May 5, 2022
Schumer wanted the senators to show everyone where they stand on abortion.
The Democrats, except for pro-life Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV), showed us that they’re okay with infanticide. They could not even bring in pro-choice Republicans Susan Collins and Lisa Murkowski.
Manchin refused to vote for it because it went “far beyond codifying the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision.”
“It is an expansion,” stated Manchin.
This might even affect the Democrats in November because Americans are concerned about inflation. Also, a lot of people who are pro-choice are not radical about it. The loudmouths get all the attention because they’re, well, loud.
So the radical bill might even push aside the independent voters and right-leaning Democrats like Manchin.
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