South Carolina RINO Nancy Mace has come under intense fire recently.
The continual sellouts to the radical Left are making her a national embarrassment.
Now Pro-Lifers are bashing Congresswoman Nancy Mace for once again selling out to the pro-abortion lobby.
There is no question Congresswoman Nancy Mace (R-SC 1) has had a rough couple of years.
Family problems, divorce, rumors of affairs, a primary challenge, and growing opposition have left Mace quite the mess.
And she seems to be taking out her anger on her own constituents, and on the most vulnerable among us – children.
I’m Pro-Life, but . . .
Mace’s vote in favor of the grossly misnamed “Respect for Marriage Act” already has pro-family Americans furious at her.
Her vote has already cost jobs of Christians who won’t support the abomination of perverting marriage.
Of course Mace has no problem with that.
Now Mace is doing it again.
And this time she’s going after children.
Specifically, Mace wants to help the Democrats in their efforts to kill America’s children.
And at least one leading Pro-Life group has blasted Mace for claiming abortion is the reason Republicans didn’t win a larger majority in the midterm elections.
Marjorie Dannenfelser, President of Susan B. Anthony Pro-Life America, released a statement after Mace’s appearance on NBC’s Meet the Press.
During her interview with Todd, Mace claimed abortion is “the reason we didn’t get more of a majority.”
She added, “We could have had a two dozen-seat majority, but we don’t. This was an issue top of mind for swing voters. When you’re looking ahead to ’24, going to the extremes and digging in, this isn’t going to work for most people. When I look at every issue, not just on Roe v. Wade, but every issue, we’re so divided.”
Pro-Life leaders were quick to point out the idiocy of Mace’s anti-life comments.
And Dannenfelser scoffed, stating Mace said she is Pro-Life “while implying that her Democrat colleagues are currently willing to reach a national compromise on abortion.”
Being Pro-Life requires opposition to the destruction of children
“Yet she failed to mention that every Democrat except one just voted against a bill that would have required babies born alive after a failed abortion to receive basic health care rather than be left to die,” Dannenfelser continued.
And Dannenfelser didn’t stop there, adding, “Being Pro-Life requires opposition to the destruction of children and tragic underestimation of women that abortion is – this is first and foremost a human rights issue. And failure to take a strong, coherent stand and contrast it with the extremism of the other side – for example by supporting a minimum national standard limiting abortions when unborn babies’ heartbeats can be detected or when they feel pain – is an abandonment of leadership. It’s also a losing political strategy as we saw in the midterm elections.”
And that is exactly what the facts show.
Radical pro-abortion politics doesn’t work.
Compromising on just what babies are allowed to be killed doesn’t work either.
As Dannenfelser said in a memo right after the Midterms, “GOP Pro-Life candidates win in competitive races if they define their opponents as abortion extremists who support abortion on demand with NO limits, and contrast that with a clearly defined Pro-Life position centered around consensus such as pain-capable or heartbeat limits.”
Nancy Mace tries to be all things to scummy people
For some reason Nancy Mace, and other liberal Republicans like her, insist on kneeling to the radical Left and the pro-abortion lobby.
Mace has so far spent her time in office proving how willing she is to compromise on some of the most important issues of our time.
At the rate she is going, her switch to the Democrat party will not shock anyone when it occurs.
What is so sad about Mace, and many of her RINO comrades is there is not only no need to sell out, but it is damaging every cause she claims to support.
The only question now is what major issue is next for Mace to go wrong on?
Pro-Life Press will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.