VP Kamala Harris’ Abortion Tour Flops in Nevada – Opinion

Kamala Harris, Vice President of Kamala Harris takes the Abortion Act out on the Road

Tuesday saw Vice President Kamala Harris arrive in Las Vegas aboard Air Force Two. After making comments about the convention, she was taken to MGM Grand. Inflation spending billFor about twenty minutes. Later, she had a closed-door meeting with Nevada’s most powerful union, the Culinary Worker’s Union UNITE HERE!Before she canckling through union-made dessert pastries while enjoying her sex, the Right-to Work state.

But, this wasn’t your run-of-the-mill union-shop pit-stop. Harris will be traveling across the nation in the “the” (Politico has it). “How Dare They”Tour of the abortion. Harris is working on the abortion issue as a wedge issue before midterms. RoeWas overturned by the SCOTUS.The White House reports that Harris met with representatives from 17 different states to discuss the topic. pro-choice issue and held a round-table discussion on Monday with “leaders” from universities around the country:

“The Vice President and the leaders discussed the confusion surrounding the patchwork of laws across the country”

Even though laws at the state level are valid, exact opposite of the VP’s job description, Harris thought she should continue her abortion-roundtableingNevada’s abortion laws are quite absurd. Nevada has had abortion for 32 years. It was added to its constitution by voters in 1990.  Two bi-annual legislative sessions ago, the Trust Nevada Women Act was passed in 2019, striking language which was touted as “antiquated” from the state’s statutes.

A requirement for verification of age was one of many common sense protections nullified. However, only a few people need age verification to be protected. Children. While the state’s most populated city of Las Vegas serves as a sex-trafficking hub, now child victims presented for abortions can be forced to lie about their age to protect their abusers, or simply never be asked by medical professionals at all.

While I’ve personally taken issue with that dangerous re-write of the law since before its passage, the local media has been mum. Harris had been celebrating three years after the event. They screamed the loudest part of “quiet” 

“… which removed a requirement that women be told about the ’emotional implications’ of getting an abortion and removed a requirement that doctors find out the marital status Patients’ age before performing abortions.”

It is imperative that we find out what age children are who seek abortions in cities where sex trafficking occurs. Duh. 

Top Dems Missed From VP Visit

Harris was joined by Senator Majority Leader Nicole Cannizzaro and Attorney General Aaron Ford. This function was to emphasize the lack of top Democrat leaders in the state. The Harris was missing a few key figures. huzzahThese were Senator Catherine Cortez Masto and Governor Steve Sisolak.

Missing the Mark With Nevada’s Hispanic Voters

Nevada is one state considered. violetElections are decided by third-party and non-partisan voters. The number of non-major parties registered voters surpassed the Republican and Democrat voter rolls last year. While the absence of many notable Democrat figures to the VP visit was addressed as scheduling conflicts, it may suggest that embattled incumbents don’t think a Issue deadThis is the issue that Nevadans who are economically challenged will vote for in November.

Yet, Democrats don’t just have a working-class problem in Nevada: They have an issue with swaying Hispanic voters, too.

 “Nevada went from three-tenths of percentage more Democratic than the nation as a whole in 2016 to 2 points More Republican in 2020.” Nevada Democrats’ margin among HIt ispanics dropped by 8 points between those two elections, and the decline “was driven almost entirely by working-class Hispanics.”

In other words: Democrats’ Hispanic voter problem isProblem with working class voters.

According to new polls, the economic issue is most important for Hispanic voters. Abortion is second.

According to 37% of respondents, the economy was the most important issue. It was followed by housing (15%), social justice (6%), and local problems (4%). Crime, political violence, immigrant and immigration all received 3% each, while education and abortion each received 2%.

It is likely that the US Senate race between Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, incumbent and GOP challenger Adam Laxalt will come down to Hispanic votes.  Maybe the Silver State’s top Democrats were too busy to eat prevailing-wage pastries and discuss settled state law with VP Harris, or maybe they stayed away because Nevada’s Hispanics are not interested in post-RoeAbortion antics.

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