Far left Democrat John Fetterman, who is up for a Pennsylvania Senate seat, supports abortion up until the moment of birth.
Fetterman, the lieutenant governor of the Keystone State, made his radical abortion views clear during a May interview on CNN when he said he does not support any limitations on abortion, going through the third trimester.
“I believe that choice is between a woman, her doctor, and a God if she prays to one,” he said. “As a man and a politician, I don’t have a right to intervene.”
He doubled down on this stance during an April Democrat primary debate.
"Are there any limits on abortion you would find appropriate?"
PA Democrat John Fetterman: “No."pic.twitter.com/WaYJke2I2J
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) September 5, 2022
“Are there any limits on abortion you would find appropriate?” a moderator asked Fetterman.
“I don’t believe so, no,” he responded. “I believe that that is between a woman and her physician, and it’s certainly not between me and any politician.”
Fetterman is going against Republican Dr. Oz for a vacant Senate seat in Pennsylvania.
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Just over one-third, 34%, have negative feelings about Manchin, giving him a 23% net-negative, the lowest in the country.
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