Pence Calls Abortion “More Important Than Politics”

According to a report, former Vice President Mike Pence believes stopping abortion should take precedence above partisan concerns.

He said that protecting the lives of unborn children takes precedence over political considerations. Pence said that he thinks it’s an urgent issue of our time.

It could take a long time to bring the dignity of human life to the core of American law in every state as it did to repeal Roe vs. Wade.  He believes doing so is necessary because the inalienable right to life is fundamental to the American way of life.

According to a report, Pence has long been a vocal opponent of abortion rights. Pence stated on Sunday that mifepristone, an oral emergency contraceptive pill, should be taken off the market to safeguard unborn children.

According to a pro-life site, there had been an average of 5,3777 fewer abortions each month in the six months after the Dobbs ruling last year, with the total number of abortions falling by 7% from April to May to an average of 77,073 through July to the end of the year in 2022.

Significantly, states with pro-life laws had the lowest abortion rates. According to Bloomberg, between July and December of 2016, the average monthly number of abortions in Tennessee, Texas, Kentucky, Alabama, Arkansas, Idaho, Missouri, Oklahoma, South Dakota, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Louisiana, and Mississippi was 265. 

This is a decrease of 96% compared to April and May.

Reports show the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana determined that Indiana may enforce its prohibition on dismemberment abortion methods, but the statute may still be challenged.

Second-trimester abortion methods like dilation and evacuation (D&E) are more generally referred to as dismemberment abortions due to the fact that they involve pulling a preborn infant apart limb by limb.

The abortion industry has essentially conceded the phrase “dismemberment” is accurate, but pro-choice advocates have long argued that the term is misleading and provocative.