Kelly Clarkson had one word for Hillary Clinton about Arizona’s ban on abortions that left her Pro-Life fans fuming

Kelly Clarkson rose to fame after she won the first season of American Idol in 2002, earning her a deal with RCA Records.

Hillary Clinton recently appeared for an interview on NBC’s The Kelly Clarkson Show.

And Kelly Clarkson had one word for Hillary Clinton about Arizona’s ban on abortions that left her Pro-Life fans fuming.

Democrats erupted into a frenzy last week when the State Supreme Court handed down a ruling that upheld an 1864 law that makes performing an abortion a felony in Arizona.

Democrats in the State Senate tried to repeal the 1864 law, but Republicans have so far held their ground in the House.

“The last thing we should be doing today is rushing a bill through the legislative process to repeal a law that has been enacted and affirmed by the legislature several times,” House Speaker Ben Toma said during debate.

This was the Democrats’ fourth attempt to repeal the law since the State Supreme Court’s ruling.

Of course, abortion is now expected to be the top issue this fall in the critical swing state of Arizona.

Vice President Kamala Harris traveled to Arizona a few days after the ruling to mobilize voters in support of a November ballot initiative to codify abortion-on-demand into state law.

On Monday, Hillary Clinton appeared for an interview with Kelly Clarkson on her popular NBC show where the two discussed the ban on abortions in Arizona.

“Did you ever think in your lifetime that we would see that happen?” Clarkson asked Clinton. “It’s just insane to me the thinking that went on in 1864 — it’s a very different world. We know a lot more now.”

Clinton nodded in agreement with Clarkson and called the law “horrifying in every way.”

“I feared it would happen but I hoped it wouldn’t happen,” Clinton said. “Now here we are in the middle of this very difficult period for women in about half the states in our country, who cannot get the care that they need.” 

“And the old law in Arizona is without exceptions and the danger to women’s lives as well as to our right to make our own decisions about our bodies and ourselves is so profound,” she added.

“There’s a kind of cruelty to it,” Clinton told Clarkson. “No exceptions for rape, incest. There’s a cruelty toward women, toward women’s lives.”

Clarkson told Clinton she was furious that Republicans would take away a woman’s right to kill her baby.

“You don’t realize how hard it is,” she said. “The fact that you would take that away from someone,” Clarkson continued, before describing it as something that could “literally kill” women.

“The fact if they’re raped . . . by their family member,” Clarkson said, before calling the ban on abortions “insane.”

“I have many different, random types of people in my life that have so many different ways of thinking about politics, faith, everything — and all of it’s fine,” Clarkson said. “What I’m hearing from everyone is that they’re just exhausted and they feel powerless,” she continued. “And even if I do vote, what does it matter?”

Clinton’s solution was for left-wing activists to turn out in droves this fall and vote for abortion-on-demand.

“Whatever you care about, voting is your superpower and it may not seem like it, but it really is,” Clinton said. 

For the first time in history, abortion is lining up to be one of the top national issues of the 2024 election.

Democrats are trying to codify abortion-on-demand into law through ballot initiatives in Arizona, Florida, and several other states.

That’s why it’s never been more important for those who care about protecting life to mobilize and turn out to vote against abortion-on-demand this fall.

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

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