Nancy Mace was once considered an up-and-coming star of the GOP.
But now she has faced scandals and turned against her base to appease the radical Left.
And Nancy Mace came under fire from her GOP colleagues for her pro-abortion tirades in a tense meeting.
Behind closed doors, Speaker Kevin McCarthy’s top two lieutenants briefed a group of House Republicans from battleground districts on their plan to take up two bills.
“Why the hell are we doing this?”
Both of these bills were introduced by Andrew Clyde (R-GA).
The first is his bill to end a Biden administration gun regulation.
And the second is a bill to strengthen limits on taxpayer-funding for abortion.
The gun bill is the very bill that caused the conservative revolt against McCarthy that resulted in rules for a number of pieces of legislation being voted down.
The taxpayer funding of abortion bill is a middle of the road effort to make sure taxpayers aren’t being forced to pay for abortions.
By all accounts this meeting did not go well.
And perhaps the major reason was Congresswoman Nancy Mace (R-SC).
Though Mace claims she is Pro-Life, she has spent the last weeks and months railing against any effort to save babies.
And this meeting was no different.
“Why the hell are we doing this?” Mace asked Majority Leader Steve Scalise (R-LA) and Majority Whip Tom Emmer (R-MN), according to two Republicans who were in the meeting.
Then things really got tense
But Mace’s question was not the end of it, rather she was just getting started.
And according to the two GOP House members things got more heated from there.
Congresswoman Michelle Fischbach (R-MN) had seemingly had enough of Mace’s pro-abortion hysterics and confronted Mace.
She specifically blasted Mace for constantly taking to TV and social media and slamming other Republicans for their positions on abortion.
Mace responded weakly that the party is losing the battle for public opinion on the issue, arguing that moving further to the Right will hurt the Republican RINOs who handed the GOP the House majority.
Of course, as is usually the case with Mace, she has no facts or evidence to back up her pro-abortion talking points.
In fact, all evidence points to exactly the opposite.
Last year the GOP candidates who lost were by and large moderates on the abortion issue.
Not one solid Pro-Life legislator in either Congress or State Legislatures lost their seat because of it.
Data actually shows Pro-Life candidates and incumbents fared far better than their RINO compatriots.
But that isn’t stopping House RINOs like Nancy Mace from pushing back against the abortion bill.
Even though the bill is a very moderate proposal to make permanent the abortion funding limits known as the Hyde Amendment.
It would also extend funding restrictions to all federal funds, rather than just certain agencies.
But elected officials like Mace are trying to move the GOP squarely into the pro-abortion camp, something they’ve been trying to do for decades.
Mace is facing her own issues at home and would be wise to change course on life.
Pro-Life Press will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.