Pro-Life Group Endorses Donald Trump: He “Supported Efforts to Safeguard Preborn Babies”

A statewide pro-life group in Kansas has issued an endorsement for Donald Trump to take on passionate abortion activist Joe Biden.

In an email to LifeNews, Kansans for Life explained that Trump has compiled a pro-life record as president while Biden is a radical abortion supporter who pushes for abortion at every turn.

“The Kansans for Life Political Action Committee (KFL PAC) is pleased to announce its endorsement of former President Donald J. Trump for President of the United States,” KFL PAC told LifeNews.

“During his last term in office, President Trump supported efforts to protect both the lives of unborn babies and their mothers from the abortion industry by nominating high-quality candidates in the US Supreme Court, Circuit Courts, and District Courts, against taxpayer funding of abortion, supporting the provision of medical care to babies born alive after surviving an abortion attempt, and has been first president in American history to address the national March for Life,” KFL added.

The pro-life group said the contrast with Biden could not be starker.

“On the contrary, the Biden Administration continues to support unfettered abortion, up until the moment of birth, and paid for with taxpayer funding. As recently as last week, the current administration has clearly demonstrated its strong pro-abortion stand by Vice President Kamala Harris’ campaign stop at an abortion facility – a first for any president or vice president,” KFL said.

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Trump talked about abortion on Sunday in an interview where he suggested he would advance abortion legislation that could reach Congress with the support of both Republicans and Democrats. While political reality is an impossible task, Trump said he believes he can get both sides to agree on a bill, perhaps a 16-week abortion ban that aligns with European laws.

There is essentially no compromise on abortion between pro-life Republicans who want to protect unborn babies and pro-abortion Democrats who want to kill them with abortions without limits and force taxpayers to fund the end of human life. After all, you can’t just kill half a baby.

The Dobbs decision, which finally allowed states to protect mothers and babies for the first time since Roe v. Wade in 1973, created a patchwork of laws — where many red states protect unborn children from conception or a visible heartbeat and blue states allow it. killing unborn children until birth.

Trump previously floated a 16-week ban that would allow pro-life states to continue protecting babies but at least offer some legal protections for unborn children in blue states – with federal legislation superseding their unlimited abortion agenda. While he did not specifically address the 16-week ban this weekend, Trump hinted at some kind of middle ground legislation in his new comments.

“Soon, I will make a decision. And I want to see if we can do that. I want to see if we can make both sides happy,” Trump told Mediabuzz.

Trump said he would “sit down with both sides and negotiate a deal that everyone would be happy with.”

But therein lies the rub. Radical pro-abortion Democrats like those in Congress will never benefit from anything other than abortion on demand within 9 months. They voted against the 20-week ban and won’t even support protecting babies who survive abortion from infanticide — making it incredibly unlikely they would support such a bill.

Trump’s additional remarks made it almost clear that his attempt to find a compromise was meant to appeal to voters with less strict positions on abortion.

“If the Republicans talked about it correctly, it didn’t hurt me from the point of view of the elections. It hurt a lot of Republicans,” said Trump. “But I tell people, No. 1, you have to go with your heart. You have to go with your heart. But more than that, you also have to get elected, and if you don’t have the three exceptions, I think it’s very difficult to get elected.”

After the interview the Trump campaign released a further statement on abortion.

“President Trump appointed strong Constitutionalist federal judges and Supreme Court justices who overturned Roe v. Wade and sent the decision back to the states, which others have tried to do for more than 50 years,” a campaign spokesman said. Karoline Leavitt said in a statement.

During his first term in office, Trump produced the most pro-life record of any president in history. His election would be a marked change from Biden, who is arguably the most pro-abortion president ever.

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