Pro-abortion politicians have been foaming at the mouth since Alabama, Georgia, and Missouri have passed their pro-life laws.
As a result, they’ve been peddling their pro-abortion propaganda further than ever.
But this one presidential candidate just stepped in it with this comment.
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) started her 2020 presidential campaign back in March.
Since then, she’s been trying to stand out in the heavily crowded Democrat presidential primaries.
But she just bit off more than she can chew.
Gillibrand is coming under fire for her latest comments about pro-life Christians.
The Senator from New York said that laws restricting or banning abortion are “against Christian faith.”
She argues that being pro-life is “imposing” one’s faith on other people.
CBS News Reports:
Flanked by abortion rights advocated at the Georgia state house Thursday, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand said that laws banning or restricting abortion are “against Christian faith.”
“If you are a person of the Christian faith, one of the tenants of our faith is free will. One of the tenants of our democracy is that we have a separation of church and state, and under no circumstances are we supposed to be imposing our faith on other people. And I think this is an example of that effort,” she said at a press conference.
Gillibrand addressed the press following a roundtable with Georgia state legislators, physicians, and activists. Gillibrand came to Georgia after neighboring Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey signed into law a bill banning abortion, with no exceptions for rape or incest.
Kirsten Gillibrand couldn’t be more wrong.
The fact of the matter is that abortion is ending the life of another human who has their own unique DNA footprint.
And one of the most black-and-white ideas in the Bible is that murder is wrong.
Being pro-abortion is actually irreconcilable with the basic tenants of Christianity.
And simply telling others that murder is wrong isn’t imposing your faith someone else.
So far, the 2020 Democrat presidential primary race has been a circus of posturing to come across as more “progressive” than the next guy.
And this move is no different.
Gillibrand’s presidential bid is already on life-support even though she officially launched her campaign just a couple months ago.
So she is trying to use the hot topic of abortion to establish herself the most “pro-woman” candidate.
Especially with tweets like these:
Today we raise our voices and say loud and clear, to every politician who attacks our basic rights: #StopTheBans. The women of this country should not be underestimated. We’re going to fight like our lives depend on it—because they do. pic.twitter.com/RQMseMyh2p
— Kirsten Gillibrand (@SenGillibrand) May 21, 2019
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