U.S. Senator Steve Daines, founder and chair of the Senate Pro-Life Caucus, gave remarks on the floor of the United States Senate slamming the Democrats’ radical “Abortion on Demand Until Birth Act,” which goes further than any pro-abortion law in the history of Congress. Daines also hosted a press conference with his Senate Republican colleagues to denounce the Democrats’ radical bill. Senate Republicans defeated the bill by a vote of 46-48.
To watch the full speech, click HERE.
Excerpts from Daines’ remarks as prepared for delivery:
“This legislation goes beyond “codifying” the wrongly decided Roe v. Wade case, and would ban many life-saving State laws currently in effect that limit abortion, and enjoy broad support from Americans I might add…
“The “Abortion on Demand Until Birth Act” would impose a horrifying abortion regime across the land that violates the right to life and is completely contrary to the kind of nation America is and aspires to be….
“In this bill’s America, a pregnant mother could elect to have a birth-day abortion for a full-term, eight-pound baby on the day of the baby’s due date…
“In this bill’s America, we would be one of only seven countries, including brutal regimes like North Korea and China that allow abortion on demand after 5 months of pregnancy….
“In a nutshell, this radical bill would make the United States of America one of the most dangerous places in the world to be an unborn child…
“I pray in the Dobbs Mississippi late-term abortion case we will see the Supreme Court right an historic injustice and overturn Roe v. Wade.
“This would return the power to protect unborn children to the People’s Representatives at the State and Federal levels, to modernize our laws to catch up with great advances in science, technology and medicine that indisputably show the humanity of a child in the womb.
“Instead, the “Abortion on Demand Until Birth Act” ignores the science entirely—and would erase unborn children and even the most modest protections for their right to life from the laws of every state.
“It’s completely indefensible, extreme, and an egregious violation of the most fundamental of human rights: the right to life…”
To read Daines’ full remarks as prepared for delivery, click HERE.