Thanks for your response. And I'm glad that you understand that there is a correlation between being pro-lifers and conservative Republicans.

So let's move on to the issue you are trying to discusss then. You say that there is no connection between pro-lifers opposing social programs. But I can also show you that your perception of this is not accurate.

"House Republicans have repeatedly passed budgets that impose significant reductions on government anti-poverty programs, but those plans were mostly stymied in the Senate or by former President Obama. Now, with unified control of Washington, the GOP has a much clearer path toward enacting those cuts. But, as with the drive to repeal the ACA, they face the risk of withdrawing government benefits that many of their own voters rely on."

Republicans have opposed the ACA without a replacement. Even when they had full control of the house, the senate, and the presidency, they failed to dismantle the ACA or to provide another opportunity.

Now, let's explore that relationship to mothers who they don't want to have abortions. Black women are the most likey to die during childbirth.

So, opposing affordable healthcare, opposing expanision to medicaid/medicaire, they are showing their hypocricy. They are saying you must have your baby but even though black women are the most likely to die from childbirth, they do not support providing these moms with healthcare for themselves and their young children.

To be clear, during the pandemic, Republicans are actively hurting women by fighting against their accessibility to healthcare. They oppose expansion of public housing programs which would benefit young, single mothers

Let's be clear. When a woman wants to have an abortion, she may be making this choice alone. She needs support from the the community, including the government. These deep contradictions are what I've come to understand as the Pro-lifers' hypocrisy. They want to destroy planned parenthood even though most locations do not conduct abortions. This is an attack on a woman's right to choose and a woman's right to be healthy mothers.

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