Greenfield refuses to oppose late-term abortion, abandons Iowa values

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Extreme.

There is no other way to possibly describe Theresa Greenfield’s stance on abortion.

And with a current vacancy on the Supreme Court, now is the time to take Greenfield’s comments on abortion into consideration.

Greenfield was asked during a radio interview for her views on abortion.

“I believe that all people, and women in particular, have the right to make their own healthcare decisions in conjunction with their doctors, period,” Greenfield said.

The host asked if that includes third-trimester abortions.

“You know, I think that all people need to be talking to their doctors and making their own healthcare decisions. I’m not going to tell a doctor or any person what their best decision is. they need to rely on that medical advice, and I trust women, in particular, to make the best decisions for themselves.”

Translation: “I’m not going to tell anyone they cannot kill an unborn baby at any point in time.”

Here we have Greenfield telling J.D. Scholten one topic she will not compromise on.

“Are there things that I say heck no to, well, I will always defend a woman’s right to make her own healthcare decisions. That is uncompromising to me.”

This should be concerning for Iowans.

On the most important issue of our time, Greenfield is far more reflective of coastal elites than Iowa values.

Iowa farm girls help raise crops and kids. They don’t support killing them — born or unborn.

Author: Jacob Hall