Voices For Life

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Thursday, November 3, 2016

Hillary Clinton's Pro-Abortion Pledge



Martin Fox, President
National Pro-Life Alliance


NPLA members have long known that Democrat presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is a staunch supporter of abortion-on-demand.

But during the last two debates with Republican nominee Donald Trump, she made it clearer than ever that she seeks to eliminate all attempts to restrict abortion-on-demand.

How does she plan to accomplish this?

By stacking the Supreme Court with more radical pro-abortion judges.

With the recent death of pro-life judge Antonin Scalia, the next president will have at least one seat to fill with the possibility of appointing as many as three more.

And we know what kind of judges Hillary Clinton wants. . .
Hillary has already pledged that she wants a Supreme Court that will “stick with Roe v. Wade” and the so-called “right to abortion” they invented.
With recent court cases, you and I have seen that activist pro-abortion judges like the ones Hillary would appoint can’t stomach even the slightest restrictions to abortion-on-demand.

And if Hillary Clinton wins the election, she could stack the courts with judges who would judicially invent protection for abortion-on-demand for generations to come.

With the election fast approaching, please do all you can.


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