In the latest episode of EWTN Pro-Life Weekly: As Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff declare victory in Georgia’s Senate races, the Democratic party will control all three government branches – we have analysis of what this means for the pro-life movement with Susan B. Anthony List’s Marilyn Musgrave and Michelle Ashley…. and much more!
SBA List’s partner group Women Speak Out PAC has launched a $4.1 million multi-channel campaign to turn out pro-life voters. We have our highly trained team going to the doors of 750,000 persuadable voters while also targeting 100,000 pro-life Hispanic voters with Spanish-speaking ads. We believe these efforts will be critical in convincing Georgians to support the pro-life movement by voting for Sens. Loeffler and Perdue.
“Our multi-channel campaign has reached more than one million voters across the state of Georgia, including making 800,000 visits to voters at their doors,” said Women Speak Out PAC national spokeswoman Mallory Quigley. “Pro-life victory in these two Senate seats is crucial to give the pro-life movement a fighting chance at combatting the worst of the pro-abortion agenda, including expanding the Supreme Court and forcing taxpayers to fund abortion on demand through birth.
“This dangerous new law allows for late-term abortion on-demand across Massachusetts, and secret abortions for minor girls as young as 16,” said SBA List President Marjorie Dannenfelser. “Governor Baker is pro-choice, but this legislation was too much for him to stomach: his veto exemplifies just how extreme it is.
“The actions taken by Democrats to ram through this legislation are a reflection of just how extreme the party has become on abortion. Led by Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Chuck Schumer, and Nancy Pelosi, the Democrats’ agenda for the entire nation is reflected in this bill: abortion on-demand, up until the moment of birth.”
“In the final stretch to the Senate runoffs, our energized Georgia field team is sprinting through the finish line,” said Women Speak Out PAC national spokeswoman Mallory Quigley. “We’ve visited over 700,000 voters at their doorsteps, educating them about the radical abortion extremism of Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff. We are confident that life will win in Georgia, preventing pro-abortion forces from taking control of the U.S. Senate.”
By almost any measure, the law has fallen short of its objectives. It included features that proved unpopular or unsustainable, led to a decade-long court battle with—of all groups—an order of Catholic nuns devoted to the poor, and it subsidized elective abortion without subscribers’ knowledge in violation of what the law plainly requires.