RNC Dumps National Abortion Ban from Party Platform; First Time in 40 Years

Watch What They Do, Not What They Say

Realizing that a national abortion ban goes over like a lead balloon with most voters, the RNC omitted it from its official party platform – opting instead to focus on the power of states to regulate abortion in a move that reflects their KKKult leader’s, The Felon Guy, preferred position. This is the first time in four decades the RNC will not include a national ban on abortion.

Not all of the KKKult is pleased with the RNC’s position:

The document continued: “After 51 years, because of us, that power [to regulate abortion] has been given to the States and to a vote of the People.”

The document also said Republicans would oppose “late term abortion,” a non-medical term used in the political sphere to generally mean abortion past 20 weeks’ gestation – and that the party would support “mothers and policies that advance prenatal care, access to birth control, and IVF”.

Anti-abortion activists have long argued the amendment should be interpreted by courts to include fetuses in utero, thereby guaranteeing “personhood” rights. Such an interpretation would probably make many aspects of in vitro fertilization (IVF) illegal, similar to how Alabama’s supreme court threw IVF into turmoil this spring.

And as a friendly reminder to those who have yet to make up their minds:

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