(PartiallyPolitics.com) – On Saturday Vice President Kamala Harris faced a lot of criticism on Twitter after posting a video to mark the one-year anniversary of the overturning of Roe v. Wade by the Supreme Court. Many users criticized the poll, arguing that people did not have the “right to kill babies in abortions” and adding that the majority of Americans were in favor of abortion restrictions.
The video was posted by Harris on her official Twitter account on Saturday morning. The video captured the heavy emotion that many Democrats and pro-abortion advocates felt on that day as they argued that this was a very dark time for women’s rights. Harris in the video claimed that when Roe v. Wade was overturned she had been “outraged.” She added that following the decision she called her husband and proceeded to vent to him about everything she was feeling.
As she pointed out when she had heard about the Supreme Court decision the first thing she had thought about were the younger generations of women, such as her daughters and nieces, and what this would mean for them.
The rest of the video was focused on the importance of choice and how in the midterm, many people had voted pro-choice. Finally, she concluded that every woman had the right to decide about her own body.
Twitter users were quick to criticize this video with pro-life news outlet LifeNews.com commenting that “There is no right to kill babies in abortions.”
Conservative radio host Dana Loesch also argued that the Constitution protects speech, and the right to bear arms but not abortions.
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