WATCH OUT VAGINA HAT WEARERS: The House Just Voted to PERMANENTLY Prohibit Taxpayers from Funding Abortions

BOOM! The House of Representatives passed a bill with a 238 to 183 vote that will prohibits taxpayer dollars from being used to fund abortions through Medicaid. If this isn’t progress, then we don’t know what is.

“We are a pro-life Congress,” said House Speaker Paul Ryan in a statement. “Today we renewed our commitment to the Hyde Amendment with the passage of the No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act. I want to thank Rep. Chris Smith (R-NJ) for his tireless commitment to this cause. This legislation protects the conscience of American taxpayers by ensuring that not a single dollar of their hard-earned money goes to fund abortions. As hundreds of thousands of Americans flock to Washington for the March for Life, we must never forget that defending all of our people – especially the defenseless – must be our top priority if we want to be a good and moral nation.”

The Hyde Amendment has saved over 2 million lives since it was first enacted in 1976, according to the Charlotte Lozier Institute. Each year, Congress has renewed the amendment, and the No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act simply removes that need, and allows for more transparency on abortion coverage in health plans including the Affordable Care Act.

A January 2017 Marist poll shows that 61% of Americans are against the funding of abortions with tax dollars.

Democrats spoke out against the act, including Democrat California Rep. Linda Sanchez who said she is “sick and tired of […] men dictating to women as if we are stupid.”

In addition, Rep. Jackie Speier (D-CA), went so far as to suggest President Trump is writing a “new book” of the Bible and compared him to an evil god. However, women worked right alongside men to pass this measure, and they praised H.R.7.


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