“I care as much about babies at the border as I do about babies in the womb.” They are evangelical moms. They are longtime Republican voters. And this November, they're voting for Beto O’Rourke.
'I care as much about babies at the border as I do about babies in the womb.' Some white evangelical women are breaking with their longtime Republican past and voting for
"A few of their other friends who support Mr. O’Rourke are married to men who support Mr. Cruz and have refused to let them speak about it publicly. One friend said she wanted to protect her marriage, and worried she’d be “crucified...if people found out."
“I care as much about babies at the border as I do about babies in the womb.” Really interesting look at how Dems might want to make a bigger play for younger evangelical women.
“I care as much about babies at the border as I do about babies in the womb,” said Tess Clarke... confessing that she was “mortified” at how she used to vote, because she had only considered abortion policy. “We’ve been asleep. Now, we’ve woke up.”
In a tossup Senate race, even a small shift of support to could be a significant loss for , who has made white evangelicals a bulwark of his support
Slowly but surely “When an older white evangelical man recently told her that she couldn’t be a Christian and vote for Mr. O’Rourke, Ms. Clarke was outraged.“
It would be healthy if white evangelicals' votes were more up-for-grabs than they have been. But there have _always_ been Democratic voters even in the most conservative congregations. At the anecdotal level, this is not new.
“The women, are all in their 30s, described Mr. O’Rourke as providing a stark moral contrast to Mr. Trump, whose policies and behavior they see as fundamentally anti-Christian, especially separating immigrant children from their parents at the border...”
You know how I know the media is explicitly biased towards the Democrats? The amount of attention spent on Beto O'Rourke in Texas. This silly piece about "evangelical" women for Beto is the latest.
Important story from on how white evangelical women are increasingly open to leaving the GOP
Beto vs Cruz is like JFK vs Nixon: radio listeners thought Nixon won, TV viewers favored JFK. Unsurprising finding
Beto O’Rourke May Benefit From an Unlikely Support Group: White Evangelical Women
“I care as much about babies at the border as I do about babies in the womb.” On Evangelical women in Texas planning to vote for Beto O'Rourke
“We acknowledge with any given issue that people can come to different conclusions, and it should in no way exclude them from the ability to work together on other issues they may agree on,” he said. “There’s more common ground there than we might know.”
basically, w/ kavanaugh, anything that can be done from the judicial branch to cut access to abortion, is likely to be done… now that conservatives have won, maybe it's finally time to vote based on the people who are already born?