This top Republican candidate for Senate in Nevada is preparing to throw Pro-Life voters under the bus

Joe Biden and the Democrats are determined to make abortion the top issue of the election.

Republicans should use it as an opportunity to point out the Democrats’ extreme views on abortion.

But this top Republican candidate for Senate in Nevada is preparing to throw Pro-Life voters under the bus.

Nevada is one of the top Presidential swing states and is also considered a top-tier Senate race for both parties.

But Republican Senate frontrunner Sam Brown appears to be preparing to throw Pro-Life voters under the bus.

Brown is a former Captain in the Army who suffered burns to his face and body in 2008 while serving in Afghanistan.

From 2022 to 2024, Brown served as the Nevada leader for the Faith and Freedom Coalition.

The Faith and Freedom Coalition stands for the sanctity of life and opposes the radical abortion agenda of the Left.

“The Faith and Freedom Coalition is a national grassroots movement of over 2 million conservatives and people of faith in support of time-honored values, stronger families, and individual freedom,” the Coalition’s website reads. 

The group publicly supported the Supreme Court’s 2021 ruling that allowed Texas to enforce a ban on abortions after six weeks of pregnancy.

The Faith and Freedom Coalition’s Nevada website previously featured Brown on its website as the group’s Chair.

But according to Axios, “Brown’s footprint on the organization’s website essentially has been erased.”

Not only that, but his campaign is making an effort to distance his work for the coalition from the abortion issue.

“His efforts were focused on several critical issues facing our state: combating human trafficking, advocating for meaningful criminal justice reform, and supporting the devastated communities recovering from the COVID-19 shutdowns,” Brown communication director Kristy Wilkinson said.

On his campaign website, Brown claims that he is “pro-life.”

However, he doesn’t explain what he means by “pro-life.”

Joe Biden also claims to be pro-life, but he still supports abortion-on-demand up until birth.

Brown is running against Trump-backed candidate Kari Lake in the GOP Primary.

Lake has already stabbed Pro-Life voters in the back when she flip-flopped on the issue after the State Supreme Court upheld the 1864 abortion ban.

“Arizona MAGA Republican Kari Lake, who’s seeking a Senate seat in that swing state, previously supported an abortion ban in the state but has since come out against such a measure,” Axios reported.

There seems to be a growing trend among GOP Primary candidates of running to the middle once they secure the Party’s nomination.

“Other Republicans — mindful of how anger over abortion restrictions helped Democrats in the 2022 midterms and several state elections in the past two years — have tacked to the middle on abortion, or at least defanged their stances,” Axios also reported.

Republican candidates are under enormous pressure from the consultants and lobbyists to take a middle-of-the-road position on abortion.

Appeasing the pro-abortion lobby is a failed strategy that does not help Republicans pick up any extra votes.

Compromising on abortion has never been a winning strategy.

But Republican candidates refuse to learn their lesson and are preparing to throw Pro-Life voters under the bus.

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

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