[Watch] Hillary On Abortion: ‘Deep-Seated Cultural Codes, Religious Beliefs And Structural Biases Have To Be Changed’

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Hillary Clinton, the Democratic presidential candidate, believes that “religious beliefs and structural biases have to be changed” to expand access to abortion.

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Hillary Clinton, speaking at the Women in the World Summit on April 23, made the statement: “Far too many women are denied access to reproductive health care and safe childbirth, and laws don’t count for much if they’re not enforced. Rights have to exist in practice — not just on paper. Laws have to be backed up with resources and political will. And deep-seated cultural codes, religious beliefs and structural biases have to be changed.”

Clinton did not say how she would favor changing those beliefs. Her comments come as congressional Republicans are expected to revive an effort to pass a bill banning abortions after the 20th week of a pregnancy.

Hillary Clinton has a long history of pushing abortion, even on a global scale.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Abortion supporters say that it is a woman’s right to do with her body what she wants to do even if it means killing her baby. All women should know that abortion pushers like Hillary Clinton and Planned Parenthood have a different purpose in mind. They both want to control the population with abortions. Did you know that the founder of Planned Parenthood was Margaret Sanger who first targeted black women with the lie of helping them, when all she wanted to do was destroy the black babies? Even today the Planned Parenthood facilities are in mostly black populated areas.

  2. Look, I detest Hillary Clinton. But she did not once mention abortion in this video. She mentioned reproductive health and childbirth.

    Without your input, I would have taken her comments on “deep seated religious beliefs” to mean practices of female genitalia mutilation, birth control, birthing and other aspects of reproductive health and childbirth where a woman is often left out of the decision-making equation because she takes a second place to a man in their religious culture. She in fact states as much in her closing. Yes, you could add abortion to the “reproductive health” category, but I personally find your headline deliberately misleading because she never addressed abortion at all in her speech.

  3. The issue, as always, is whether or not you believe that a child in the womb is a human being or not. Depending on your answer to that one, fundamental question, everything else…all arguments about timing, access, religions, politics, etc. go out the window. It’s either a human being, or it’s not. Pick your side. I’m 100% Pro Life because I believe that from the moment of conception, a human being is created. That human being deserves the support, protection, and safety we afford to all people.

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