One reason every day until the primary.
Kleefisch on June 24, 2022:
“Today’s decision is a victory for unborn babies across America. Countless lives will be saved because of the wisdom of the current Supreme Court.
“Abortion harms both moms and babies. After this win, the pro-life community can focus all of our efforts to supporting moms, dads, and their babies to promote a culture of life and success for families.
“Now the abortion debate goes back to states like Wisconsin, where it always belonged. As a state we must hold firm for the voiceless and protect their right to life — and that means enforcing the laws we have on the books. I remain committed to my 100% pro-life stance.
“One day, we will all look back on Roe v. Wade as one of the U.S. Supreme Court’s most egregious cases that allowed the killing of more than 60 million babies over nearly half a century. We must look to a future where we value life and support moms and babies.”
Kleefisch, August, 2021:
When Wisconsin’s legislature passed a law to protect born-alive infants who survive an abortion, Tony Evers vetoed it. That was an incredibly callous mistake. We need to enact this vital right to life.
WI State Journal, Sept. 13, 2021:
Former Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch said she would sign a bill that bans abortions once doctors can detect a fetal heartbeat.
The law in Texas allows private citizens to sue Texas abortion providers who break the law, and anyone who “aids or abets” someone getting the procedure, other than the patient.
The law makes no exceptions for rape or incest. Private citizens bringing lawsuits against providers or others are entitled to at least $10,000 in damages if they prevail in court.
“I will sign a heartbeat bill,” Kleefisch told conservative radio host Mark Belling. “I have a long history of being pro-life and I will fight for every human being with a heartbeat.”