Congressman’s Aide Says Politician Is Hiding His True Abortion Views From Supporters

( On Tuesday night, Project Veritas unveiled a disturbing undercover video from Utah GOP Congressman John Curtis’ reelection campaign.

The RINO Representative hides his opinions on abortion from voters, claims Curtis’ campaign field director Daniel Stephens, who was speaking candidly, unaware he was being recorded.

It is known that Utah’s “trigger law” would effectively outlaw abortion if Roe v. Wade were to be repealed. According to Rep. Curtis’ campaign manager, the Republican congressman does not like the trigger laws.

The issue with the Republican primary, according to Curtis’ campaign director, is that “he hasn’t come out and said it.” If he did, Curtis would be defeated.

According to Stephens, Curtis only ran as a Republican because he thought running as a Democrat would be ineffective. Curtis felt the voters would not vote for you in Utah if you’re a democrat.

The Project Veritas reporter questioned Stephens, “So it’s voter ignorance?”

He said, “Yeah,” indicating that the congressman relies on “voter ignorance to win.”

Following the broadcast of the video on Wednesday, Curtis’ team distributed a statement in which he expressed disappointment with the leaked copy of the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade opinion and stated that he would “welcome a ruling overturning Roe v. Wade.”

Curtis stated that he finds cause for celebration, assuming the final decision follows this draft. He said he couldn’t even begin to imagine the full extent of the agony and silent cries of the unborn during the five decades since Roe v. Wade.
He and his wife have mourned for the death of not just the unborn but their unrealized contributions to our world.

In the statement, Curtis stated he would welcome a decision overturning Roe v. Wade and trust lawmakers at every level of government to pass legislation that coincides with his principles, which in his opinion, should include the preservation of life.

His campaign spokeswoman Adrielle Herring claimed that Curtis’ voting history “is consistently conservative” and that he has been “pro-life through and through.”

She continued by saying that Curtis “believes its provisions are appropriate to preserve life” and that Utah’s trigger law “aligns” with his principles.