On the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court decision legalizing abortion-on-demand, newly inaugurated Kamala Harris tweeted out her support for abortion, writing, “We recommit ourselves to ensuring that everyone has access to care—including reproductive health care.”
However, Harris’ pro-abortion message didn’t hear any praise from pro-life Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee, who quipped back at her, “Abortion isn’t healthcare.”
In a subsequent tweet, Lee wrote, “Join me in supporting healthcare for Tennessee women and the unborn by donating $48 to @hopeclinic today. #RoeVWade.” Hope Clinic in Nashville, Tennessee, is a pro-life pregnancy center offering women alternatives to abortion. The clinic website reads, “We believe in the sanctity of human life, including your own life.”
In July of 2020, Gov. Bill Lee signed multiple pro-life bills protecting mothers and their children. One measure protects a child from being aborted after a fetal heartbeat is detected. Another makes it a felony for a doctor to abort a child due to its sex or race, its diagnosis of Down Syndrome, or if a child is in the custody of the Department of Children’s Services.
Kamala Harris and Joe Biden have already begun their pro-abortion agenda, rescinding the Mexico City Policy, which protects American taxpayers from funding abortions abroad, and promising to fund abortion facilities like Planned Parenthood with taxpayer dollars.