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Do You Support Trump’s Stance on Abortion?

Do You Support Trump’s Stance on Abortion?

Here’s The Scoop

The recent Republican National Committee’s decision to align with former President Donald Trump’s stance on abortion has sparked significant backlash among party members.

Historically, the GOP has championed a national abortion ban, but the 2024 platform, crafted by Trump and his team, diverges sharply from this long-standing tradition, prioritizing state-level decisions over federal mandates.

For the first time in 40 years, the Republican platform refrains from advocating a national abortion ban. This shift was swiftly approved by the platform committee during a convention in Milwaukee, showcasing a clear departure from past agendas that heavily focused on pro-life policies. The new platform opts for a broader “pro-American” focus, emphasizing immigration and the economy over contentious social issues.

Notably, the platform includes only a brief mention of abortion. The current stance opposes late-term abortions while supporting prenatal care, access to birth control, and fertility treatments. This streamlined language has left some feeling sidelined and disillusioned.

In April, Trump expressed that abortion rights should be a state issue, allowing local legislation to decide the matter. This position is reflected in the platform, asserting that states have the constitutional right to pass laws protecting life.

However, some within the party have criticized the decision. Gail Ruzicka, a platform committee member from Utah, expressed her deep disappointment, stating that the adoption of the new agenda felt like a betrayal to pro-life advocates.

Jason Rapert, president of the National Association of Christian Lawmakers, condemned the platform’s omission of strong pro-life and traditional marriage language, calling it a “serious mistake.” His sentiments are echoed by other conservative figures, including Jenna Ellis and John Root, who have voiced their outrage on social media platforms.

The implications of this shift are profound. By easing up on abortion, the GOP aims to neutralize a contentious issue that has increasingly benefited Democrats since the Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade. However, this move risks alienating the party’s core base, who view the defense of life and traditional values as non-negotiable principles.

As the 2024 Republican National Convention approaches, the party must navigate these internal conflicts and find a way to unify its members. The platform’s new direction calls for a delicate balance—upholding conservative values while positioning the GOP as a more inclusive and pragmatic choice in the upcoming election.

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  1. michael f. stein,sr.

    July 9, 2024 at 6:40 pm

    they may say it’s legal, but so was the Holocaust in Nazi Germany!!!! I believe America needs to be educated about abortion & planned Parenthood, Margaret Sanger & mlk being pro life !!!!

  2. Leo Rojek

    July 11, 2024 at 2:44 pm

    Good response

  3. Linda Booker

    July 15, 2024 at 7:29 am

    I support Trump’s stance because it gives the decision to the States. I believe there are a lot more decisions that should be given back to the States, putting the powe of the Federal Government back where the founding Fathers intended.

  4. Mike

    July 15, 2024 at 7:54 am

    I’m a Christian for a national ban with exceptions for rape and the life of mom, but I’m also a constitunialist, and that decision belongs to the states according to the constitution.

    • burri8

      July 15, 2024 at 9:52 am

      I agree with you. Great response!

  5. Joyce Schmidy

    July 15, 2024 at 1:42 pm

    NO! I believe it should be the woman’s right to decide even if it is couple’s decision. She is responsible for the first 9 months of what will become a person. Leaving states to decide creates an unnecessary stress in trying to arrange the details to keep the mother and the growing presence she is carrying. If governments are able to force a life into existence, will they be their to provide everything else necessary to becoming a responsible, healthy, educated, loving and accepting (among others) member of society?
    Leaving states to decide creates an in balance for what may become a family. Leaving any government interference would create havoc in what could become a blissful time for everyone involved.
    (And not to mention forcing the unsafe conditions to for everyone involved)

  6. Thomas Howard Bishop

    July 15, 2024 at 2:24 pm

    Trump should retire, I will vote for anyone under 60 years old. Tbiswh

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