Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton vowed again to nominate Supreme Court justices who support abortion and same-sex marriage, during her appearance at the second presidential debate Oct. 10.
“I want to appoint Supreme Court justices who … actually understand what people are up against,” Clinton said in St. Louis. “I think the current court has gone in the wrong direction … I want a Supreme Court that will stick with Roe v. Wade and a woman’s right to choose, and I want a Supreme Court that will stick with marriage equality.”
Though Clinton continues to present herself during the campaign as a defender of children, she is allied to an abortion industry that has funneled millions into her campaign.
Clinton, who touted during the debate Sunday night once again that she worked in the past at the Children’s Defense Fund, also said during her campaign that unborn children have no constitutional rights.
Clinton has indicated that, if elected, she will work to expand taxpayer funding for abortion by repealing the longstanding Hyde Amendment. She has said that she intends to work to ensure taxpayers foot the bill for abortions for low-income women, primarily blacks and Latinos.
Clinton also made the statement last April that “deep-seated cultural codes, religious beliefs have to be changed” in order to make abortion more favorable and acceptable.
The New York Times reports the political arm of Planned Parenthood alone has just launched an “unprecedented” $30 million initiative targeting millennials with the goal of getting out the vote for Clinton and Democrats in Senate races.
The radical LGBT movement is also supporting Clinton.
The gay activist Human Rights Campaign has announced “the largest get-out-the-vote campaign ever in its more than 35 year history,” states Politico.