‘Extremist So-Called Leaders’ Are Banning Abortion Post-Roe

Vice President Kamala Harris on Thursday called pro-life politicians “extremist so-called leaders” for setting limits following the Supreme Court’s decision to limit abortion Roe v. Calf.

“And of course immediately afterwards DobbsExtremist so-called leaders — that’s what I call them — extremist so-called leaders across our country began passing and enforcing laws to criminalize doctors, nurses and health care providers,” Harris said at the Democratic Attorneys General Association conference.

“I mean, think about these people – why they chose this profession, their sense of a calling and a duty to heal and to help. And these so-called extremist leaders pass laws to criminalize these people, pass laws to punish women,” Harris continued.

Harris complained that the Supreme Court was “deliberately shifting the fight for reproductive rights to the states” and commended the Democratic attorney general for “valiantly defending reproductive freedom.”

While the vice president has labeled Conservative politicians as “extremist so-called leaders,” she ignored extremist rhetoric from members of her own party.

Most recently, a 41-year-old man admitted to killing 18-year-old Cayler Ellingson because he was “part of a Republican extremist group,” according to local reports. The man reportedly feared that the Republican group would “come to get him.”

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Shannon Brandt, 41, killed 18-year-old Cayler Ellingson for being “part of a Republican extremist group”. (Stutsman County Correctional Center)

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Cayler Ellingson, 18 (Facebook)

The North Dakota man told law enforcement he hit Ellingson with his car over “a political argument.”

Ellingson’s politically motivated death came less than a month after President Joe Biden used the weight of his presidency to portray “MAGA Republicans” as dangerous “extremists” and “white supremacists.”

“There is no question that the Republican Party today is dominated, driven and intimidated by Donald Trump and the MAGA Republicans, and that is a threat to this country,” Biden said in a politically-fueled prime-time address.

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President Joe Biden (UPI)

While speaking about “extremist so-called leaders,” Harris also failed to mention Rep. Tim Ryan (D-OH), the Democratic nominee for the US Senate in Ohio, who recently called on Ohioans to create the extremist Republican movement to “kill and confront her”. .

Furthermore, Harris’ efforts to portray pro-life leaders as “extremists” ignore the fact that millions of Americans across the country support abortion limits.

For example, a poll earlier this year found that more Americans support a 15-week abortion ban than oppose it. Another poll conducted over the summer found that 44 percent of Americans think states should be in control of abortion policy.

Jordan Dixon-Hamilton is a reporter for Breitbart News. Write to him jdixonhamilton@breitbart.com or keep following him Twitter.

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