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WATCH: Marjorie Taylor Greene Affirms She’d Vote To Ban Abortion Nationwide

WATCH: Marjorie Taylor Greene Affirms She’d Vote To Ban Abortion Nationwide

Conservatives have argued that the Supreme Court’s ruling in the Dobbs case — overturning Roe v. Wade — doesn’t actually take away the right to an abortion, it simply sends the decision back to the states. They argue that by selecting legislators at the state level, every voter actually still has the power to determine what healthcare options they can access.

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Then, some legislators admit the truth: they don’t want the decision made at the state level, or by the voters. They want to enact a nationwide ban, a ban on the Federal level, that would prevent all access to abortion care throughout the USA.

Here’s Marjorie Taylor Greene, first defending that even in the case of a “horrible rape” shouldn’t be an option, because “I don’t believe anyone is a mistake,” then going on to assure viewers that if she’s given the opportunity, she’ll vote for legislation blocking abortion access for all.

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“I am unapologetically — I believe in life at conception. I do…I consider it a true blessing, and I don’t think anyone is a mistake. I do not. I believe that every single person, that God has a plan for them, even if they’re unwanted, even if they came out of a horrible rape or something, I truly believe that there is a reason for them…That’s how I personally feel…If I had to vote on [a nationwide abortion ban], yes, I would vote on that.”

Greene is up for re-election in November, and while Politico analysis places Georgia’s 14th Congressional district, which she currently represents, as ‘safe Republican,’ she is running against Democrat Marcus Flowers — last election, Greene ran unopposed.

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