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Change is afoot at Fox News Channel and it’s not good.
It appears that Fox & Friends may be going soft on the pro-life issue.
Since the mid-term elections the Republican party’s position on abortion has been up for debate. Some top consultants blame the party’s losses on the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.
And just the other day host Steve Doocy posited the idea that reproductive rights is a winning issue for Democrats. Notice the choice of words – not pro-abortion – “reproductive rights.”
Well, I’ll tell you this. While the Republicans are trying to figure out who the nominee is going to be here in New Hampshire and elsewhere, you know what, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are going to do this week. They’ve got a number of events talking about reproductive rights, because even though we’re talking about stuff like right now, ultimately, what the Democrats are going to run on closer to November is Dobbs and how former President Trump was able to get three justices on the Supreme Court overturned, reproductive rights. Now it’s up to each and every state, it’s all part of federalism. But it is such an effective tool. Every time the Democrats have run on that, they have won.Fox & Friends
It’s a not-so-subtle suggestion that conservatives back away from the issue.
Doocy went on to point out that presidential candidate and former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley’s well-received debate response to the issue, and Earhardt chimed in to say that “women liked her response on the debate stage that day — evangelicals did not.”Mediaite
Establishment Republicans have been quietly laying the groundwork to move the party away from the pro-life platform. And it appears they are now using Fox & Friends to advance that message.
Let me be clear – the day the GOP stops protecting the unborn is the day I cease to be a Republican.