Democrats Are Forcing A Vote On Codifying Roe V Wade

( Regardless of what the Supreme Court decides, the Democratic Party will not give up the sacrament of abortion without a struggle.

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer indicated on Thursday that the United States Senate would vote on abortion rights codification next week. Abortion up to and including birth might become legal country-wide under the proposed legislation.

There is no government on the planet, aside from communist China, that is more barbarous when it comes to abortion legislation than the Democratic Party in the United States. This godless revolutionary party supports partial-birth abortion and abortion up to the moment of birth.

The Women’s Health Protection Act, introduced by Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) on Thursday, will be voted on by the Senate on Wednesday, the senator revealed.

The statement comes on the heels of Schumer’s vow to schedule a vote to make abortion a winning issue for Democrats in the upcoming congressional elections. As Schumer put it, “a vote on this legislation is not a purely theoretical exercise.”

Schumer says that this is as urgent and as genuine as it gets. The freedom to choose will be upheld, and every American will be able to know on which side each senator is leaning.

In remarks on the Senate floor, Schumer said that come next week the Senate Republicans will have to answer for all they’ve done over the years to empower the far right’s enmity against a woman’s decision. They won’t be able to hide from the American people, and they won’t be able to conceal their participation in overturning Roe. Next week’s election will reveal. America will be on the lookout.

Schumer announced he would seek cloture on the bill on Monday, setting up a procedural vote on Wednesday with a 60-vote threshold.

The vote is almost sure to fail. To approve the law, Democrats will need 60 votes in the Senate.

But that is not the point. Schumer wants each senator to go on record and then have the American voter decide if that senator should remain in office.