'Regime of abortion' remains resolute

'Regime of abortion' remains resolute

'Regime of abortion' remains resolute

The vice president has made it known that her new year's resolution is to see more babies die in abortions, and that's something that one pro-lifer thinks Christians should be ready to take on.

Kamala Harris wasted no time to make it known that abortion is her top priority for 2023. On January 2, she tweeted her pledge to "continue the fight for reproductive rights" and said, "It's time Congress pass the Women's Health Protection Act."

Eric Scheidler of the Pro-Life Action League says that bill would, among other things, legalize abortions on-demand nationwide.

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"She's trying to force taxpayers to fund abortion [and] to eliminate all the modest limits that have been placed on abortion in states around the country, like gestational limits or requirements that parents be informed if their 14-year-old daughter is getting an abortion," Scheidler explains. He calls it "an absolute regime of abortion on-demand all the way through the entire nine months of pregnancy."

LifeNews.com notes that in short, the act would overturn all federal and state pro-life laws and make it illegal for elected officials to even introduce pro-life legislation.

Scheidler and his fellow pro-lifers have already been vocal about their opposition to the Women's Health Protection Act, but he tells AFN, "We need to do more."

"This is the moment that every single pro-life Christian needs to be ready to explain and compassionately and respectfully, but strongly, defend the pro-life position," Scheidler submits.

Meanwhile, the Republican majority in the House is expected to help thwart the Biden administration's goal of expanding abortion to this extent.