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Breaking: Grim Milestone Achieved By the House of Representatives

Nancy Pelosi and her rabidly liberal House of Representatives are jumping for joy over the “grim milestone” they just achieved. Putting it into action will be hard but all they need in the Senate is a tie. The will of each and every Republican Senator can be broken by the predetermined vote of Kamala Harris. Democrats think they can force American taxpayers to fund abortions if they simply stick together. Even abortions for foreigners in other countries. They’re already half way toward achieving their ultimate goal and they will, unless conservatives get aggressive and melt down Senators’ phone lines in response. Especially the ones of moderate DINOs like Arizona’s Kyrsten Sinema.

House paves the way

They say the road to hell is paved with good intentions. Democrats seem to take that project as something to include in the pending infrastructure package.

Liberals in the House of Representatives have achieved their intentions of forcing American taxpayers to fund the murder of defenseless children. Pelosi and her cronies are terrified they might grow up to vote Republican.

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As reported by The Hill and various other outlets, for “the first time in 45 years, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a spending bill funding Medicaid without the Hyde Amendment. For those who never heard of the Hyde Amendment, it “protects taxpayers from being forced to pay for abortion.” Well, it used to.

In order for the Senate to protect conservative interests, they’re forced to reject the entire funding proposal which will snarl the government in financial knots, similar to what happens every time the debt ceiling gets raised instead of complied with.

Every pro-life group in America is outraged and they’re all condemning House Democrats for what’s being called the “grim milestone.” Denise Burke, senior counsel at Alliance Defending Freedom insists that “government-compelled participation in abortion has no place in our country.

The Hyde Amendment has been included in the budget every year since it first went into effect in 1976, with the support of representatives from both sides of the aisle.”

Majority is opposed

No matter what the House of Representatives say, “the majority of Americans” Burke added, “oppose having their tax dollars pay for abortions, but President Biden and congressional Democrats insist on catering to the abortion industry instead of listening to the American people.”

There are facts and figures to back that statement up. A Marist poll taken recently confirms that “most Americans (57 percent) either “oppose” or “strongly oppose” the idea of “using tax dollars to pay for a woman’s abortion.”

The baby killing provisions are tacked onto the House version of a spending bill covering “seven of the twelve annual appropriations bills” needed to “fund the government for the next fiscal year, which begins on October 1.”

Along with the Hyde Amendment, the Democrats canceled the “Weldon Amendment” which “prohibits agencies receiving federal funding from discriminating against entities because they refuse to provide or pay for abortions.”

To make things even worse, the progressives decided to use taxpayer money to fund the murder of babies in foreign countries too. Separately, on Wednesday night, “the Democratic-majority House also passed a bill to fund abortions in foreign countries with tax dollars, dropping the Helms Amendment from a State Department funding bill.”

According to the beltway analysts, that sort of overseas “abortion funding is even less popular with voters.” That Marist poll verifies that a full 77 percent of Americans “oppose” or “strongly oppose” “using tax dollars to support abortion in other countries.”

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