Pro-abortion forces broke the bank to convince voters abortion extremism is normal. They failed.
Added 11-18-22 03:11:01am EST - “Pro-abortion forces broke the bank, spending $400 million to support abortion extremism. They failed and didn't stop huge victories by pro-life governors.” - Foxnews.com
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Live Action President Lila Rose joins 'Fox & Friends Weekend' to discuss the lessons learned from the 2022 midterms results regarding abortion and how the Democrats and Republicans each approached the topic.
Elections are all about narratives. Before election day, a narrative is set by the national media that informs how the parties will decide to spend their cash. The media’s narrative, and the subsequent political spending, has a tremendous influence on who wins and who loses. This election, Democrats bet everything on abortion, making it the narrative-setting issue of their campaigns across the country. Democrats and the abortion industry spent $400 million dollars promoting their lies and anti-human agenda.
Yet, that singular focus and unprecedented expenditures were not enough for Democrats to achieve a clean victory. That’s because Democrats were spending all their time and money selling something the American people do not want: abortion at any time in pregnancy, performed for any reason, at the taxpayer's expense.
There was a lot for pro-lifers to celebrate following election day. Strong pro-life governors who have passed significant protections for the preborn were overwhelmingly re-elected. Pro-life Republicans will continue to control the state legislatures in a majority of states. And it seems highly likely that pro-life leaders will be in control of the U.S. House of Representatives come January, ensuring the worst excesses of the Biden administration’s hostile stance toward preborn Americans will be curbed, and the administration can be properly investigated and held accountable. However, there were also major setbacks on election day.
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