While solidifying their party platform before their National Convention which began yesterday, Democrats have adopted what has been called the most pro-choice platform in the history of the DNC.
LifeNews.com reports that the Democratic Party platform called for the repeal of the Hyde Amendment.
The Hyde Amendment prohibits taxpayer funds from going toward abortions. It has been in place since the late 1970’s, and even most Democrats and those who are pro-choice have supported it.
However, Hillary Clinton and other Democratic leaders now want to overturn the Hyde Amendment.
“We will continue to oppose — and seek to overturn — federal and state laws and policies that impede a woman’s access to abortion, including by repealing the Hyde Amendment,” the DNC’s party platform reads.
Many within the Democratic Party who are pro-life or are pro-choice but not in favor of paying for abortions with taxpayer funds, are rethinking their political allegiance.
“The Democrats are almost comically out of touch with Millennials when it comes to abortion – it’s the sole issue where the younger generation splits with the party of the most pro-abortion nominee in history. This generation grew up with the technology that unambiguously shows the development of life in the womb…” stated Students for Life of America president Kristan Hawkins.
“Democrats shouldn’t be surprised when Millennials switch channels as the presidents of Planned Parenthood and NARAL promote a pro-abortion agenda at their convention this week…” Hawkins continued.
Kristen Day, executive director of Democrats for Life, agrees:
“This platform’s language just says (to abortion opponents) you are no longer welcome. This has been the general message pro-life Democrats are receiving across the country.”
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Publication date: July 26, 2016
Veronica Neffinger wrote her first poem at age seven and went on to study English in college, focusing on 18th century literature. When she is not listening to baseball games, enjoying the outdoors, or reading, she can be found mostly in Richmond, VA writing primarily about nature, nostalgia, faith, family, and Jane Austen.