Joe Biden’s handlers are banking on this stunt to save their candidate in November

Joe Biden is a campaign manager’s worst nightmare. 

In a business where charisma is king, Democrats are in deep trouble during this presidential election. 

But Joe Biden’s handlers have a plan in place to use the abortion lobby to save what Republicans had hoped was a lost cause. 

While talking heads on network news agonize over the whims of independent voters, political veterans know the most important task facing them is rallying the party base’s loyal masses to show up at the polls in November. 

That’s why the heart of most successful political campaigns is centered around an aggressive “get out the vote” strategy. 

But, as the recent debate between former President Donald Trump and Biden recently revealed, many Democrats are struggling to swallow the idea that the aging and increasingly senile Biden is the best option their party can float. 

Abortion initiatives could “drive turnout” for Biden

In almost three-quarters of a century Arizona was a solidly Republican state (with a brief lapse in 1996), however in 2020 the Grand Canyon State emerged as one of the most hotly contested spots in the nation. 

Now it’s one of the potential swing states where Democrats are using abortion as an issue to entice voters to show up at the polls where they’ll undoubtably also cast a vote for whoever is the Democrat running for president. 

Democrats are banking on abortion as their saving grace in Arizona, where President Joe Biden won by just 10,000 votes in 2020 and currently lags Donald Trump in their rematch,” Alex Cunningham reported for Cronkite News

According to the article published by KTAR News Planned Parenthood has managed to take care of some heavy lifting for the Biden Campaign by whipping leftists up in a frenzy over an abortion initiative. 

Planned Parenthood targets one in five registered voters

The 800,000 signatures supposedly collected by the nation’s largest abortion provider represents one in five registered voters living in Arizona. 

Cunningham noted that playing the abortion card is a tried and true strategy Democrats have come to depend on since Roe v. Wade was struck down in 2022. 

“The measure would protect access to abortion through fetal viability,” Cunningham wrote. “In the two years since the Supreme Court struck down Roe v. Wade, similar ballot initiatives have bolstered Democrats in red, blue and purple states.”

According to the Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) as of July 8th, 2024 a total of 10 different states have constitutional measures promoting abortion either on the ballot or in the process of being added to the ballot ahead of the 2024 general election. 

Abortion issue drives record young voter participation

The Left’s effort to bolster the Biden campaign by pushing the abortion issues could prove especially effective when it comes to getting young voters—many heavily influenced by school systems dominated by radical leftist educators—to show up at the polls. 

That approach was already tested out in 2022 midterm elections. 

“Young voters had a major impact on the 2022 midterm elections,” Tuft’s Tisch College’s Ruby Belle Booth wrote. “Their voter turnout was the second-highest level of youth participation in at least 30 years, while their strong preference for Democratic candidates nationally and in most states across the country boosted the party to critical wins on its way to defying expectations and retaining control of the U.S. Senate.”

If Democrats are successful with this strategy they could—against all odds—pull off an even greater upset in 2024.  

And that would have far reaching consequences not only affecting who could land in the White House in 2025, but also putting the most vulnerable members of society at risk with up to 10 different states altering their constitutions to make abortion legal. 

Pro-Life Press will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.

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