Nikki Haley is hoping to trick Republican voters into believing this phony narrative about abortion

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Nikki Haley attacked conservatives during the first Presidential debate for refusing to compromise with Democrats on abortion.

The second debate is set for Wednesday at the Reagan National Library in California.

And Nikki Haley is hoping to trick Republican voters into believing this phony narrative about abortion.

The issue of abortion catapulted to the forefront of the political debate after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June of 2022.

The Dobbs decision was a long, hard-fought victory for Pro-Lifers.

Returning the issue back to the states meant Pro-Lifers could now pass state-level bans on abortion while working toward a federal law to end the barbaric process once and for all.

Of course, Republicans should have used the ruling as an opportunity to shine a spotlight on the Democrats’ extreme position on abortion during the 2022 Midterms.

But Republicans cowered from the issue and allowed Democrats to frame the narrative as a right-wing attack on women.

Fast forward to now and a debate is raging in the Republican Party over the abortion issue.

During the first Presidential debate, former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley refused to declare her support for a federal ban on abortions and mocked the idea as an “unrealistic” goal.

“We have to face this reality,” Haley ranted. “The Pro-Life laws that have passed in strongly Republican states will not be approved at the federal level.”

“We need to stop demonizing this issue,” Haley added. “It’s personal for every woman and man.”

But with the second debate rapidly approaching, Haley is doubling down on her calls for Republicans to compromise with Democrats on abortion.

Haley recently appeared in the key early state of Iowa to meet with voters in the very conservative state.

“We are not going to demonize this issue anymore,” Haley said in Iowa on Saturday. “We’re going to humanize it because it’s too personal of an issue.”

Of course, like all pro-abortion RINOs, Haley claims to be “pro-life.”

“Our goal is to save as many babies as we can,” she claimed. “Support as many moms as we can. That’s the goal.”

But instead of a federal ban on abortions, Haley believes it’s more important to “focus on what we do agree on” with Democrats.

“Let’s ban late-term abortions,” she said. “Let’s encourage adoptions, let’s make sure contraceptives are accessible, let’s make sure that nurses and doctors who don’t believe in abortion don’t have to perform them, and let’s make sure no state law requires a woman to go to jail or get the death penalty for abortion.”

“We’re talking about hard truths and women around the country agree with me,” she added.

Nikki Haley can try to convince Iowa voters and other Republicans across the country to believe that she is “Pro-Life.”

But Haley is parroting the same talking points that pro-abortion Republicans have hid behind for years while claiming to be Pro-Life.

And if she thinks Republican voters will buy into her phony excuses, she is in for one rude awakening.

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