All I can do is call it how I see it. You can turn a blind eye to it but I see the pattern. Most republicans are pro-life and want to stack the court with pro-life judges. This has been a long term goal of Republicants. Notice that I never said "ALL" republicans or "ALL" conservatives. I'm talking about the majority.

https://news.gallup.com/poll/246278/abortion-trends-party.aspx

Here are some polls to support my opinion because you seem to think I'm being unfair but I'm aboslutely being fair.

There is a correlation because that's what statistics show. Literally, statistics prove that there is a correlation between being pro-life and being conservative and Republican.

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2020/jan/04/republicans-abortion-amicus-brief-supreme-court

They are blatently trying to control women's right to choose by attacking their right to have an abortion. To be clear, this is my opinion. However, my opinion has been substantiated by facts time and time again. I don't express myself lightly. I have considered this tiem and time again.

"Recent polling:A recent PBS Newshour/NPR/Marist poll showed that if Republicans continue with their attacks on reproductive freedom, it could shift independent voters toward the Democrats ahead of 2020. According to the poll, 77% of Americans support Roe v. Wade.Extreme bans on abortion are already a motivator for Democrats. A May CBS News pollfound that 63% of women Clinton voters say abortion issues will be very important to their presidential vote next year.This follows with Morning Consult polling showing that issues surrounding reproductive freedom like abortion and birth control are increasingly salient for Democratic voters as well as independent women and 18 to 29 year-olds. The importance of the issue among Democratic and independent-leaning women in particular has spiked 8 points since May.The intensity gap is with us— a HuffPost/YouGov poll found that while less than a fifth of Americans strongly support Alabama’s new total ban on abortion, 43% of Americans strongly disapprove of this ban. And less than a quarter of Americans support making it a crime for a doctor to perform an abortion, according to the PBS Newshour/NPR/Marist poll.Overall, these extreme bans on abortion just aren’t popular. Recent CBS News pollingconfirmed once again that the vast majority of Americans want to keep Roe v. Wade intact — including 87% of Democrats. And Reuters/Ipsos polling found that a strong majority of Americans, including over 80% of Democrats —believe that abortion should remain legal in all or most cases."

https://www.prochoiceamerica.org/report/polling-shows-savvy-dems-stand-behind-abortion-access/

So once again, it's not ridiculous for me to say that most Republicans and conservatives do not support a woman's right to choose. The numbers show this. You may be in denial about it but it's not my responsibility to convince you. And I don't plan on doing so. But I will defend my opinion because I do have the right to have one. You say that my statement about prolifers is ridiculous but its absolutely true, grounded in facts, and up-to-date polling.

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