Trump doesn’t have a damn clue what he really believes.
TRS: He had earlier gotten so confused about answering very simple questions about abortion that he stupidly said that he would leave it the way it was because “the laws are set,” as if abortion laws are like concrete or something that matures into perfection, but everything else, like the Geneva Conventions, are up for grabs. Idiot.Related link: Trump flip flops on abortion ahead of Wisconsin primary
TRS: Hillary tried for her own Trump moment on abortion this morning when she gave both the pro-life and the anti-life movements enough ammunition to take aim at her statement.Related link: Bernie Sanders Agrees With Hillary Clinton: No Constitutional Rights for Unborn Children
First she haphazardly affirms that an unborn child is a “person,” which is a very important philosophical point, but then she affirms that it has no constitutional rights. The pro-abortion crowd will freak out that she called it a person, and the prolife crowd definitely has problems with her saying it has no constitutional protections. And there’s a real problem here – if this kind of person has no Constitutional rights, does that mean other kinds of persons don’t either? Hmmmmm….
There's only ONE who has and will continue to get this first fundamental right right...
NRTLNews: Meeting in Arlington, Virginia, the National Right to Life Board of Directors Saturday voted to support Texas Sen. Ted Cruz in the upcoming Republican presidential primaries, which begin tomorrow in Wisconsin.It's too precious to continue getting wrong, America.
In the week preceding the Board’s vote, Donald Trump first said on Wednesday that were abortion illegal he would “punish” women who had aborted. He said later the same day he wouldn’t punish these women.
Then, on Friday in a clip from an interview with “Face the Nation” moderator John Dickerson that would air Sunday, Trump said, “The laws are set now on abortion and that’s the way they’re going to remain until they’re changed,” adding, “At this moment, the laws are set and I think we have to leave it that way.”
Then, on Friday, after the clip aired, the Trump campaign issued another statement:
“Mr. Trump gave an accurate account of the law as it is today and made clear it must stay that way now — until he is president,” it read. “Then he will change the law through his judicial appointments and allow the states to protect the unborn. There is nothing new or different here.”As reported in NRL News Today, Mr. Trump has said Planned Parenthood does “some good work” but would defund it.
An average of seven recent national political polls shows that Mr. Trump trails Hillary Clinton by 11.2%. In those same seven polls, Sen. Cruz trails Mrs. Clinton by an average of 3%.
National Right to Life believes Sen. Cruz is the only candidate for president who has always been pro-life, who has a 100% pro-life voting record with National Right to Life, who can win the Republican nomination, and who can defeat pro-abortion Hillary Clinton in November.