Kennedy Backs Full-Term Abortions, Stirs Election Debate on Reproductive Rights

Independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. recently expressed his support for full-term abortions, stating that the government should not be involved in this decision. Kennedy argues that women should have the ultimate say in their reproductive choices. This comes at a time when abortion is expected to be a significant issue in the upcoming 2024 presidential election, as the Roe v. Wade decision was overturned in 2022.

Kennedy clarified that he believes abortion decisions should be left to the women, and even supported the idea of full-term abortions. He emphasized that no one sets out to be pregnant for so long before deciding to have an abortion. However, he also mentioned that during the first three months of pregnancy, women should have the choice, but once the child is viable outside the womb, the state should step in to protect the unborn.

Kennedy’s running mate, Nicole Shanahan, shared her personal views on abortion as well, stating that she dislikes anyone having control over her body but feels uneasy about terminating a viable life inside her. This adds to the complexity of their stance on the issue.

Former President Donald Trump has taken a different approach, leaving the decision on abortion up to the individual states, while President Joe Biden’s campaign is advocating for increased abortion access in the 2024 elections. This reveals the stark contrast between the conservative and liberal perspectives on this important issue.

Written by Staff Reports

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