Buttigieg to Pro-Life Democrats: Inclusion for me, not for thee!

Unborn children have never had a stronger defender in the White House,” President Trump told us at last week’s March for Life in Washington, D.C. 

My former boss is exactly right, and that statement pretty much frames the choice pro-life voters in both parties face in 2020: Do you want to keep the strongest defender unborn children have ever had in the White House, or not? For me, that’s an incredibly easy answer.

Mainstream media darling Mayor Pete Buttigieg evidently agrees.

Sunday “Mayor Pete” had an encounter with a pro-life female Democrat voter.

“I am a proud pro-life Democrat,” Kristen Day told him. 

Do you want the support of pro-life Democratic voters?” 

His answer? No.

He replied, “I am pro-choice. I believe a woman ought to be able to make that decision.”

Kristen went on to say, “The Democratic platform contains language that basically says that we don’t belong, we have no part in the party because it says abortion should be legal up to nine months, the government should pay for it, and there’s nothing that says that people who have a diversity of views should be included in the party.”   

The current Democratic party platform enthusiastically embraces abortion up to nine months into the pregnancy, and I suspect they will amend it this year to include so-called “after-birth abortions” as well.

The Democratic Party has been hijacked by leftwing economic and cultural Marxists with the same extreme ideologies that were largely isolated to college campuses only a decade ago. 

Now, their ideas are totalitarian. No room for “diversity and inclusion” anymore.

Either tow the party line all the way or go to Bernie Sanders’ gulags.

There’s nothing “moderate” about today’s national Democrats, and that’s exactly why President Trump is planning to put New Mexico back on the map this year.

Since almost half of New Mexico’s voters are Hispanic and about one-third Catholic, Democrats must be forced to explain their extreme, inhumane views on killing defenseless and innocent children who have no choice and no voice. 

And Pro-Life isn’t just a political position for me because I’m running for U.S. Senate. 

I actually led a Christian abortion alternative center while I studying at Harvard Law School.

That ministry arranged host families for young mothers who had no other alternative if they were going to choose life and provided biblical counseling for mothers suffering from post-abortion trauma. 

Despite our message of “Empowering Mothers to Choose Life,” I was viciously attacked in the pages of the Harvard Law Record for my uncompromising pro-life position and my refusal to excuse Anfita-style tactics by radicals from the pro-abortion death cult.

I’m the only lifelong pro-lifer in this race President Trump has already been able to count on. I was proud to serve as an economic development advisor in his administration, and I can’t wait to serve on the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee to help confirm more of President Trump’s constitutionalist federal judges. 192 have been confirmed so far! 

Our message to pro-life Democrats? Come on along!