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A prominent pro-abortion organization is being accused of political fear mongering over a second Trump term.
NARAL, the abortion advocacy group, recently tweeted that four more years of President Trump would result in the end of abortion in America.
Eric Scheidler of the Pro-Life Action League tells OneNewsNow that if Trump wins re-election and appoints new Supreme Court justices, abortion will not disappear.
“If the Supreme Court were going to overturn Roe vs Wade,” Scheidler observes, “the issue would go back in the states. And many states have laws in place that would keep abortion legal no matter what the Supreme Court would do with Roe vs Wade.”
That would mean, he further explains, that liberal states such as California, New York, and Illinois would become “abortion capitals” while other more conservative states may work to ban abortions.
Asked if NARAL's statement is more than just an exaggeration, the veteran pro-life activist says one must consider the source, which must lie for their cause in order to woo donors.
“We should not be distracted by the pro-abort lies,” Scheidler tells OneNewsNow, “but we might want to be encouraged by the fact that they consider it so necessary to be dishonest about the future.”
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