Lt. Gov. Dan Forest Weighs In on Infanticide & Emboldened ‘Pro-Choice’ Movement

RALEIGH – With extreme pro-abortion laws being passed in New York, proposed in Virginia, and entertained in North Carolina by Democrats, it is high time to push back against the immoral policies of the Left and their disregard for the sanctity of human life.

Republican Lt. Gov. Dan Forest, who has recently launched an exploratory committee for the 2020 race for governor, joined the KC O’dea radio show to discuss the alarming and brazen attempts of the Left to push abortion to the point of infanticide.

“In my latest interview on The KC O’Dea Radio Program we discuss the new “pro-choice movement” and the unconscionable practice of #infanticide. For years, those who supported abortion said it would be “safe, legal, and rare” but with the recent law of New York and other pieces of legislation being proposed throughout the country new possibilities we couldn’t imagine have been offered to kill a baby.”

It’s repulsive and hard to believe these sort of suggestions have breached the realm of acceptability, even on the Left.

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Listen to Forest’s full comments on the issue of life below.

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