Kamala Harris has her sights set on the White House in 2028 and this key issue could lock in the votes she needs

The November 2024 elections are still more than 5 months away.

But that’s not stopping potential 2028 Democrat presidential candidates from gearing up their campaigns.

And Kamala Harris has her sights set on the White House in 2028 and this key issue could lock in the votes she needs.

Democrats are out in force rallying support for abortion-on-demand with no limits.

Gearing up for a 2028 battle royale

But these pro-abortion Democrats are doing so not just to try and save Joe Biden, they’re also attempting to position themselves for their own potential 2028 presidential bids.

These Democrat presidential wannabes believe staking out a radical pro-abortion position gives them a chance to highlight their efforts to promote the most radical positions on abortion.

And at the same time, they hope to successfully damage former President Donald Trump and the Republicans.

Meanwhile Republicans are, at best, offering up an incoherent and schizophrenic response on the life issue.

California Governor Gavin Newsom, Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker, and Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer have all traveled well beyond the six key battleground states Biden must win in November spreading their pro-abortion message.

And, of course, Vice President Kamala Harris has launched her so-called “reproductive freedoms tour” which has made her relevant again among the Democrat pro-abortion base.

And the current congressional gridlock makes passage of a national abortion policy all but impossible.

That means the abortion issue is almost certain to drive Democrats in 2028, no matter who wins the White House this year.

“Abortion is a gift. It’s the easiest thing to go into another state to talk about,” said Celinda Lake, a 2020 Biden campaign pollster. “If you came into another state and talked about your miracle economic policies or energy development, these voters might not be interested.”

The radical pro-abortion message is also offering voters a look into what these potential 2028 presidential candidates see as their strengths. 

And it shows Democrat voters how they might try and separate themselves from the pack, even though they all insist their only focus is reelecting Joe Biden in 2024.

Using death as a campaign issue

Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker, a billionaire who is an heir to the Hyatt Hotel empire, has established Think Big America.

Think Big is a nonprofit that supports pro-abortion ballot measures in Arizona and Nevada this year.

California Governor Gavin Newsom, through his own PAC, is running billboards in red states that promote no-limit abortion and IVF access in California. 

He recently signed legislation to allow some doctors from Arizona to become temporarily licensed in California solely for the purpose of performing abortions.

Vice President Harris has been focusing on her own personal story in her stump speech saying she was moved to become a prosecutor to protect people like her best friend who was molested by her stepfather.

And Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer regularly reminds audiences that she helped overturn a pro-life law in Michigan, while offering advice on how other states can follow her lead. 

Disgustingly, Whitmer has also talked about her rape in college and frequently invokes her two daughters in her pro-abortion comments.

Whitmer has said it’s a “sad truth” abortion rights won’t be settled in the 2024 election, and that she has “accepted with grim determination that this is a fight that we’re going to have to continue to lead on, not just today but in the years to come.”

As the Democrats lock arms in support of no-limit abortions up to birth, Republicans remain divided on the issue.

And this failure by the GOP to strongly support life threatens not just their 2024 chances, but the 2028 elections as well.

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


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