Daines Votes No on Democrats’ Bill to Allow Abortion on Demand Until Birth

U.S. SENATE – U.S. Senator Steve Daines, founder and chair of the Senate Pro-Life Caucus, today voted against the Democrats’ radical “Abortion on Demand Until Birth Act,” which imposes abortion on demand without limits up until the moment of birth across all fifty states. Daines spoke on the Senate floor in opposition to the bill yesterday. 

To watch the full speech, click HERE.

“Under the Democrats’ bill, a preborn child, simply for the crime of being ‘unwanted’, or ‘inconvenient’, or ‘unplanned’, could be subjected to brutal dismemberment procedures, in which the unborn child bleeds and feels excruciating pain as she dies from being pulled apart limb from limb…

“The Democrats’ abortion bill would codify an extreme abortion regime that is aligned with brutal nations such as China and North Korea –which would impose abortion up until the moment of birth without any limits in all 50 states…  

“In a nutshell, this radical bill would make the United States of America one of the most dangerous places in the world to be a preborn child,” Daines said.

With a bipartisan vote, the radical abortion bill failed.


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