August 16, 2022

Nancy Pelosi refuses to negotiate on abortion

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) said on Thursday that her party will not negotiate on abortion laws.

Pelosi shared the words during her weekly press conference.

“We’re not going to negotiate a woman’s right to choose,” said Pelosi.

“Senator Murkowski [R-Alaska] and Senator Collins [R-Me.] may have their view, but it is not a view that is one about a woman’s having the right to decide. So, we’re not negotiating that, no,” she added.

The words come just a week after California Democratic Rep. Judy Chu introduced the Women’s Health Protection Act to protect abortion access. The move marked a strong sign that Democrats won’t stop pressing abortion legislation.

In contrast, 13 states have trigger laws that further limited abortion after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. Many other conservative states have also added new laws or are in the process of doing so as laws concerning abortion have been returned to individual states.

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USA online (@guest_1290483)
28 days ago

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BBC (@guest_1290489)
Reply to  USA online
28 days ago

The case involved the murder of David Boim, who was 17 when shot by members of Hamas in the West Bank in 1996.
“Roughly 1.7 million Americans have changed their party affiliation over the past 12 months,” Fox News 
“Two-thirds of those have gone to the GOP, while just 630,000 have switched to the Democratic Party, according to the report,” it added.
“Among those who said he shouldn’t run, the most common reason given was that ‘he’s a bad president’ (45%), followed by ‘he’s too old’ (30%), and ‘it’s time for a change’ (26%),” Mediaite reported.
“Just 28% either strongly or somewhat approve of his handling of inflation, while 32% approve of his handling of the economy overall,” it added.
Among the Democrats affiliated with the non-profit are Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar and Michigan Rep. Rashida Tlaib.
“In every meaningful respect, AMP/AJP is nothing more than a disguised continuance of IAP/AMS — stripped of the burden of the Boim Judgement and the ignominy of having been found liable for aiding and abetting the murder of an American teenager,” a 2017 lawsuit
“AMP/AJP are the alter egos and successors of IAP/AMS, and are therefore liable for the unpaid portion of the Boim Judgement,” it added.
Among the Democrats affiliated with the non-profit are Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar and Michigan Rep. Rashida Tlaib.
The case involved the murder of David Boim, who was 17 when shot by members of Hamas in the West Bank in 1996.
Boim’s family has petitioned the court system in recent years to pursue legal action against AMP/AJP (American Muslims for Palestine and Americans for Justice in Palestine Educational Foundation).

NBC (@guest_1290504)
Reply to  BBC
28 days ago

“Senator Murkowski [R-Alaska] and Senator Collins [R-Me.] may have their view, but it is not a view that is one about a woman’s having the right to decide. So, we’re not negotiating that, no,” she added.

When pressed Thursday on whether Democrats should work with the two senators, Pelosi pushed back, “We’re not going to negotiate a woman’s right to choose.”https://t.co/ujO1Lbtk4k

— Lise Latulippe Fully Vaccinated and Boosted (@lise_latulippe) 
The words come just a week after California Democratic Rep. Judy Chu introduced the Women’s Health Protection Act to protect abortion access. The move marked a strong sign that Democrats won’t stop pressing abortion legislation.
In contrast, 13 states have trigger laws that further limited abortion after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. Many other conservative states have also added new laws or are in the process of doing so as laws concerning abortion have been returned to individual states.
“Among those who said he shouldn’t run, the most common reason given was that ‘he’s a bad president’ (45%), followed by ‘he’s too old’ (30%), and ‘it’s time for a change’ (26%),” Mediaite reported.
“Just 28% either strongly or somewhat approve of his handling of inflation, while 32% approve of his handling of the economy overall,” it added.
Among the Democrats affiliated with the non-profit are Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar and Michigan Rep. Rashida Tlaib.

Rufus (@guest_1290532)
27 days ago

OK, this whole question seems to me to be opportunist at best, and orchestrated at the worst.
Whether or not the SCOTUS was influneced in some way or if it was serendipitous that the reversal of RvW happened at this time, it seems to me that it is being taken advantage of. The very (radical) Democratic House members that were involved in this protest/arrests (if it might be called that at all) in front of the SCOTUS was a political stunt. They all know they have no leg to stand on. No platform to run on this year. So, what better position to take than claim, “hey, I went to jail to defend your abortion rights”. I believe there are a number of abortion rights fanatics out there that they will try to connect with. However, I don’t think there are that many nationwide. The question will be, where do those fanatics live (or are registered to vote).
Think about it.

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