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January 1, VP Harris Continuously Dodges CBS Anchor’s Direct Question [Video]



During a recent CBS interview, Vice President Kamala Harris was repeatedly evasive when pressed for a clear stance on a topic of national significance.

While Harris is an advocate for Congress to pass a law solidifying abortion rights, she sidestepped CBS News anchor Margaret Brennan’s inquiry regarding the specifics on the issue.

Brennan didn’t hold back when she asked,”What is it that you believe? What week of pregnancy should abortion access be cut off?”

Harris, in response, reverted to the general stance of many Democrats: the need to restore the “protections of Roe v. Wade.”

But, as Brennan astutely pointed out, the Roe v. Wade decision is quite “nebulous.” It uses fetal viability as a benchmark. However, there’s ambiguity here since the White House supports the Women’s Health Protection Act.

This act allows for abortions even beyond fetal viability if it’s determined that continuing the pregnancy poses a threat to the woman’s life or health.

Pressed further by Brennan on where to draw the line regarding gestational limits, Harris responded yet again, “We need to put back in place the protections of Roe v. Wade.”

As the conversation continued, Harris reiterated this sentiment a total of five times. Brennan remained undeterred by Harris’s repetitive responses, attempting to pin down specifics on the topic.

Moreover, seven states — Alaska, Colorado, Minnesota, New Jersey, New Mexico, Oregon, Vermont — along with Washington, D.C., don’t set any gestational limits for abortion.

When Harris was confronted with New Mexico’s absence of such limits and questioned on her agreement with that stance, Harris once again emphasized her belief in restoring the “protections of Roe v. Wade.”

However, there’s a broader implication to consider. Even as Brennan discredited Republican claims that Democrats support late-term abortions up to birth as “statistically not accurate,” it’s critical to understand the crux of the matter.

While late-term abortions might be rare, the lack of gestational limits in some states supports the potential for them to occur. This is an area where Democrats like Harris seem reluctant to provide a clear stance.

As our loyal readers, we encourage you to share your thoughts and opinions on this issue. Let your voice be heard and join the discussion below.




  1. Charles godin

    September 15, 2023 at 6:37 am

    I felt the Court decided correctly .now it is for the states to limit abortion to only cases of where rapping a woman life is in danger .
    because of life is from God . No man or women as the right to end that life. Only in these cases should a women an baby life be supported by the public. No fund from state or government should pay for a abortion.. unless from a rape is supported an then women be cleansed from it within a month from being rape. Before a child is conceived in the womb. Just because a women as a right to her body . Not a right to kill a baby in her body because just for having sex . When to carry it only to wait 9 month to have this child bear pain to die for body part to prophet abortionist.

  2. Eric Dominique

    September 15, 2023 at 10:36 am

    I object to any abortion because it gives a woman an after conception right to reject parenthood , that men don’t also get !!!

  3. Nate

    September 16, 2023 at 7:28 am

    Kamala Harris’s answers are consistant? They have “the Hyenna laugh”!

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