DNC Chairwoman and late term abortion advocate Debbie Wasserman Schultz, who threatened to call President Obama a sexist if he fired her after the 2014 midterm elections, is concerned GOP presidential candidate and Senator Rand Paul wants to "let women die."
"We believe a decision on a woman’s reproductive choices is best left between a woman and her doctor and I am still waiting for Rand Paul to say whether or not he supporting exceptions when a woman is raped, going to force a woman to carry a baby to term and not allow her to make that choice? When she’s the victim of rape, the victim of incest? Are we going to let a woman die? Would Rand Paul let a woman die because she’s carrying a baby or is he going to let her make that choice with her doctor?" she said during an interview with CNN's Wolf Blitzer last night.
Interesting how Wasserman Schultz didn't mention late term abortionist Kermit Gosnell and all of the women he let die in his filthy "clinic."
When asked about aborting a 7-month old baby, Wasserman Schultz is heard laughing before doubling down on the Democrat Party stance of being "pro-choice." You can watch by clicking on the image below.
During an interview with The Kelly File, Wasserman Schultz tripled down on providing zero restrictions for abortion, even in the third trimester.
Despite what Wasserman Schultz and the DNC will claim, that their abortion stance is in line with the women of America, it isn't. According to 2014 polling from Marist, the vast majority of Americans, including those who identify as pro-choice and women, oppose late term abortion and believe it should be banned after three months of pregnancy.
A new survey of Americans finds strong support for abortion restrictions – including among those who identify as “strongly pro-choice.” Eighty-four percent of Americans would limit abortion to, at most, the first three months of pregnancy, with 58 percent of strongly pro-choice Americans supporting such limits.
The Knights of Columbus/Marist Poll also found that almost three-quarters of Americans (74 percent) favor a ban on abortions after 20 weeks except to save the life of the mother, a majority of Americans (53 percent) believe life begins at conception, and more than 6 in 10 (62 percent) think abortion is morally wrong.
More than 8 in 10 Americans (84 percent) do not see the abortion debate as an all or nothing proposition, saying that laws can protect both the well-being of a woman and the life of the unborn.
Other key findings of the survey include:
• 80 percent support parental notification before a minor can obtain an abortion.
• 79 percent support a 24-hour waiting period prior to having an abortion.
• 76 percent oppose allowing abortions to be performed by non-doctors.
• 62 percent want to change laws to allow for some restrictions on abortion.
• 58 percent support showing a woman an ultrasound image of her baby at least a day before an abortion.
• 57 percent believe abortion does a woman more harm than good in the long run.
• 55 percent — including 6 in 10 Millennials (adults 18 to 32) — want continued debate on the abortion issue.
On a related note, the survey also found that more than 7 in 10 Americans (71 percent) also believe that freedom of religion should be protected above government laws.
Liberal Democrats running the Party are the extremists, not Rand Paul or those who believe in abolishing late-term abortion.Mediaite