Far-left Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) believes aborting children in the womb is key to women’s freedom and democracy as a whole.
Life News reports:
In an interview with Teen Vogue, the Massachusetts senator said she is worried that the U.S. Supreme Court may weaken or overturn Roe v. Wade when the justices hear a major abortion case out of Mississippi in the fall.
She believes the federal government must act to protect the “right” to abort an unborn baby for basically any reason without restriction and stop a “right-wing minority” from trying to take away “basic rights.”
“Both voting and access to abortion are basic. They’re about the functioning of our democracy and about the protection of personal autonomy,” she told Teen Vogue. “… Protection of access to basic health care [abortion] means your autonomy as a human being is fully respected by the law. That you will make the decisions about yourself. To me, that’s part of the heart of what all of this is about.”
But abortion is not health care. The purpose of an abortion is to destroy a unique, living human being in the womb, the woman’s own child. Abortions do not heal or cure anything. In some cases, mothers are hurt or killed in abortions along with their unborn babies.
“This whole idea is that the right wanted to capture the Supreme Court and move the country in a direction where the majority does not want to go,” Warren said.