This Presidential Candidate Just Proved The Hypocrisy Of His Party’s Platform

As we head into a pivotal election year, the fate of traditional values and the family are on the line.

There’s no shortage of hypocrisy from Democratic candidates who claim to fight for the rights of all people, while ignoring one crucial fact.

They want to destroy most of our basic rights in order to create a socialist utopia, and they don’t believe one demographic has any rights at all – the unborn.

One of the most rabid pro-abortion candidates is Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey.

He has a 100 percent pro-abortion voting record in the Senate, and as a man fighting for abortion “rights” for women, he is now encouraging other men to join his fight.

In typical hypocritical fashion, Booker recently spoke on the campaign trail about the importance of male voters supporting abortion.

His reason?  Because “women are people.”  

He wants men to support women getting abortions not because they are their “mothers, daughters, and sisters,” but because it is a fundamental “right” for all American women to “control their own bodies,” according to Life News.

But he seems to forget one thing:  he is advocating for the murder of innocent people in the process.

Booker is, by far, one of the most radical pro-abortion members of Congress.

And this is not the first time he has tried to rally men to support abortion.  

He called on male voters to back the culture of death while campaigning in May, following Alabama’s landmark restrictions on abortion.

Booker has referred to a woman’s right to unrestricted abortion as “sacrosanct,” and has pledged to open an office for “reproductive rights” should he be elected President.

Thankfully, Booker is struggling in the polls, but the fact remains that he is still a powerful member of the Senate and backs other radical anti-life members like Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren.

All three presidential candidates voted against a bill to protect newborns who survive abortions from infanticide.

He believes a woman is a person with more rights than a baby, one of the most vulnerable persons in our society.

On the Issues reports just how radical Booker is with his pro-abortion voting record.

He protested the U.S. Supreme Court ruling that allows religious-based companies like Hobby Lobby to refuse to pay for contraceptive services for employees.

He wants taxpayer funding of birth control and abortions for women who can’t afford them in the name of “quality of life.”

Booker believes there should be no restrictions on abortions before a baby is “viable,” and wants exceptions to be made for late-term and partial-birth abortions in states where they are restricted.

He even wants to give abortion providers more power by banning anti-abortion limitations like requiring prenatal testing, ultrasounds, or second opinions before an abortionist can prescribe abortifacients or perform an abortion.

The bottom line is, Cory Booker wants to give American women free, unrestricted access to abortion with no limitations, paid for by taxpayers, with federal funding to abortion clinics like Planned Parenthood.

Booker believes that women should be afforded every opportunity to be “equal” to men.  

Part of his plan for this equality is that women should not be burdened with the “inconvenience” of having a child.

What Booker and his Democrat colleagues don’t understand is that women are not supposed to be like men.  Had God desired us all to be the same, he would not have created us to be male or female.

Booker’s view that unborn children are not people is not surprising.  After all, we hear this rhetoric from progressives all the time.

But in their quest to make everyone exactly the same, they are promoting the genocide of the future generations of women they say they are fighting for.

It is up to us to continue to fight for the lives of the unborn and work to keep radical progressives from taking office and further spreading their culture of death in America.

What do you think of Cory Booker’s hypocritical statements that abortion should be unrestricted because “women are people?”

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