Chelsea Headlines Pro-Abortion Rally Opposing Brett Kavanaugh
Chelsea joined the fight to block President Trump’s SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh, all in the name of abortions.
I will never understand how a woman who has carried a child in her womb, heard its heartbeat, felt it move, laughed at its hiccups, and then birthed, fed, nurtured and loved that child, can look that child in the eye and say she supports abortion.
Thank you #RiseUpForRoe for a great event today. Even more, deepest gratitude for all you, @PPact & @NARAL are doing to protect women’s rights to make the choices we think best for ourselves & our families. #NotGoingBack https://t.co/fP8bci4sel
— Chelsea Clinton (@ChelseaClinton) August 11, 2018
Chelsea Clinton expressed deep gratitude Saturday for the life-destroying work promoted by the radical pro-abortion groups NARAL and Planned Parenthood.
Over the weekend, Clinton participated in a “Rise Up for Roe” rally with Planned Parenthood, NARAL and Demand Justice Initiative in New York City to protest U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
Like her mother and father, Chelsea Clinton has been a strong advocate for abortion on demand. While campaigning for her mother in 2016, she defended the abortion giant Planned Parenthood, claiming, “We need to do everything we can to protect it.”
“Thank you #RiseUpForRoe for a great event today. Even more, deepest gratitude for all you, @PPact & @NARAL are doing to protect women’s rights to make the choices we think best for ourselves & our families. #NotGoingBack,” Clinton wrote Saturday on Twitter.
The Saturday event kicked off a 10-city tour that advertises itself to be an “uncensored, no-holds-barred live show” to “talk about the very real threat #Kavanaugh poses to abortion rights.” Other featured speakers include actress Alyssa Milano, U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, former Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm, and prominent abortion activists.
The pro-abortion blog Jezebel described the protest this way: At the end of the talk, Chelsea Clinton comes out to speak, and everyone stands up and cheers. People are taking photos and video; [Teen Vogue reporter Lauren] Duca asks Clinton about how she deals with online trolls, how she can be kind to others at a time like this, how we can continue to add supporters to the movement. Clinton talks, among other things, about how citizenship doesn’t just happen on voting day. She suggests that those who want to change things don’t just have to move others on the issue of abortion; they also have to move them on the very issue of getting out and voting, period. More