Kamala Harris suggests ‘you don’t have to change your faith’ to agree with Democrats on abortion

Kamala Harris suggests 'you don't have to change your faith' to agree with Democrats on abortion

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Vice President Kamala HarrisIn Wisconsin, a person suggested in an interview that people do not believe this. have to “change”Their faith or abandon their “deeply held beliefs” to “agreeThe government should not tell a woman what she should do toDo withHer body.” 

Jared Jordan of WISN 12 asked HarrisAbout Wisconsin’s role during the upcoming midterm elections. 

“Wisconsin can help determine the future of our nation and that is exactly what Wisconsin does.” Harris said. “When we take a look at a woman’s right, toTwo additional Senate seats are needed to ensure that she can make decisions about her own body. One of these will be Mandela Barnes. toSay, “Hey, let’s not play politics!” with women’s bodies. The Body of a Woman don’t have to change yourFaith or abandon yourFaith or yourBeliefs deeply held to agreeThe government should not tell a woman what she should do toDo withHer body. 

Jordan also asked HarrisIf abortionWas going toBe enough toDrive Democrats toYou can vote. 


US Vice President Kamala HarrisSteps from Air Force Two upon arrival at Aurora Municipal Airport in Aurora (Illinois) on June 24, 2022.
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HarrisHe stated that there were many issues at stake and suggested that people “look at the record to see who is really leading.” withWho is trying to find solutions? toIt distracts from the real priorities of every day working people haveThat is all you have to do to” 

She attended an American politics course at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee onThursday and the met withAlso, there are Democratic Attorneys General. 

HarrisAlso met withLeaders in civil rights and reproductive right earlier in September toDiscuss the Supreme Court’s decision toAfter a coalition civil rights groups wrote a letter, Roe v. Wade was overturned in the Dobbs Case to President Biden asking him toAddress the issue. 

A briefing is given before the discussion. onSeptember 12, she claimed that Roe V. Wade was invalidated by the Supreme Court. 


WASHINGTON D.C. - JUNE 23: Outside the Supreme Court Thursday morning ahead of possible announcement on Dobbs v. Jackson

WASHINGTON D.C.- JUNE 23: Outside Supreme Court Thursday morning in preparation for possible announcement on Dobbs v. Jackson
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“We are experts in our field” withThe Supreme Court has ruled in Dobbs to”Take a constitutional right that was recognized by the people of America, and from the women of America has created a crisis in America’s health care system.” Harris said. “It has brought to light the fact that we must remain vigilant, and it is important to stand should-to-shoulder toEvery voice should be heard in a manner that gives equal access toThey have everything they need to thrive.”


U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris smiles during her speech at the NAACP National Convention in Atlantic City, New Jersey, U.S. July 18, 2022.

U.S. Vice-President Kamala HarrisDuring her speech at the NAACP National Convention Atlantic City, New Jersey U.S. July 18, 20,22, she smiled.
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Gov. Greg Abbott (R-Texas) recently sent two buses withMigrants to HarrisWashington, D.C. – The Naval Observatory Residence 

HarrisChuck Todd, NBC’s Chuck Todd, earlier in September stated that the border was secure. 

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