(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) The Washington Post published Rachel Roubein’s article on Friday, in which she reported that pro-abortion groups implemented typically conservative arguments about personal freedom to convince them and the moderates to vote for Democrats during the midterm elections, according to Breitbart.
Roubein reported that left-wing activists crafted a very careful language campaign, in which they used Republican rhetoric about “[keeping] the government out of Americans’ private medical decisions” so that voters would vote blue during the midterms in states like Kansas, Kentucky and Michigan.
“The notion of personal freedom is a salient message to more conservative voters. Republicans embraced anti-government messages amid the pandemic, opposing vaccine mandates and lockdowns,” she wrote.
“A few years earlier, they used the language of government overreach in railing against Obamacare. This message is also primed to target those who may personally oppose abortion,’ Roubein wrote.
The Reproductive Freedom for All campaign in Michigan released an ad that features a man named Bill who tells the viewers to keep the government away from the Michigan doctors.
“We are fighters here. We know it’s important for our families and their freedom to decide. Lansing politicians want to ban abortion in Michigan, but we can stop them by voting yes on Proposal 3,” he said.
“No politician should tell my daughter what to do when medical emergencies come up. Let’s keep the government away from our doctors and restore the rights we had under Roe v. Wade.”
However, the group deceived people by not telling them about the extreme reality of Proposal 3, which is projected to have passed. Opponents of the measure said it would allow the killing of babies in wombs up until birth and it was intentionally written vaguely and confusingly to leave room for dangerous interpretation.
Protect Kentucky’s Access did something similar to that.
“The rights of people to control their own personal, private medical decisions are under attack across the country — it’s no different in Kentucky,” the campaign website said.
“Don’t let politicians restrict your freedom.”
Field organizers for Kansas for Constitutional Freedom went even further in their deceit by releasing a digital ad about how “Kansans don’t want another government mandate” without ever mentioning abortion outright.
Marjorie Dannenfelser, president of SBA Pro-Life America, told Roubein that, even though baby killers want to lie to voters about the issue, “abortion is not like wisdom teeth removal.”
“In every pregnancy, there are two patients, mother and child, and at least one of them is not intended to leave the abortion appointment alive,” she said.