Tulsi Gabbard Makes a Smart Move To Separate Herself From Rest of Democratic Candidates

Tulsi Gabbard actually made a very smart move to set herself apart in regards to her presidential election campaign.

While every other Democrat is trying to show how cool they are and how progressive they are by even going so far as to say men have the rights to their own abortions, Gabbard made a smart play and stepped back in the other direction.

She actually did something that the other Democrats aren’t willing to do. She drew a cutoff line for when abortions “should” no longer occur.

Gabbard said,

“I think that there should be some restrictions though,” she told Rubin. She went on to suggest she believes in a “cutoff point” where women could get an abortion only in dire circumstances. “I think the third trimester. Unless a woman’s life or severe health consequences is at risk, then there shouldn’t be an abortion in the third trimester.”

That’s not exactly a hard line on abortion, and it certainly doesn’t appear that Gabbard supports any universal restrictions on the third-trimester abortion procedure, just that she’s currently unsure of where she stands on it. The difficulty with “life and health” exceptions, across the board, is that they can be applied liberally, and Gabbard wasn’t specific in what she feels constitutes a “dire” circumstance that might necessitate an exception. (Daily Wire)

While it is still a deplorable and disgusting act of genocide, she’s honestly going to better identify with more liberals than her counterparts on the matter.

Regardless of what these crazy liberal politicians think, most Americans, do not agree with these radically far left ideas that are pushed by the Democrats.

Nonetheless, she cares more about the unborn children in the womb than every single other Democrat in the field running for the highest office in the land.

Photo Credit: Linda Mozuku

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