• Wait, Hillary Thinks Scott Walker Is ‘Extreme’ and ‘Dangerous’ Because of THIS?!

    Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton slammed Republican presidential rival Gov. Scott Walker for signing a law which bans partial birth abortions.

    Walker signed into law a bill that bans abortions in his state of Wisconsin 20 weeks or more after fertilization, except in the case of medical emergency.

    The law is designed so that an abortion cannot be performed when the unborn child is clinically considered capable of experiencing pain.

    “At five months, that’s the time when that unborn child can feel pain,” Walker said on Monday when signing the bill into law. “When an unborn child can feel pain, we should be protecting that child.”

    Clinton opposes all limits on late-term abortion. The Democratic presidential front-runner attacked Walker for protecting the unborn and called the new law prohibiting abortions after five months “dangerous.”

    “Gov. Walker signed dangerous abortion restrictions into law in WI – without exceptions for rape or incest. Extreme and unacceptable,” she Tweeted late Monday evening.

    Walker responded to Clinton in a follow-up Tweet.

    “Hillary shows she’s out of touch with the majority of Americans who believe babies at 5 months deserve life,” Walker said.

    Abortion has come under increased scrutiny in the past week after videos were released exposing how Planned Parenthood allegedly harvested the organs of late-term aborted babies the procedure.

    Walker said people should find what happened wrong no matter where they stand on the issue. He signed a budget bill in 2011 that eliminated state and federal funding for Planned Parenthood in Wisconsin.

    Clinton on the other hand, who received Planned Parenthood’s Margaret Sanger award, has not commented on Planned Parenthood’s sickening video–nothing from her campaign, nothing on Facebook, nothing on Twitter, and no response to media queries about the expose’.  She received more than $10,000 from the organization during two Senate runs and failed 2008 primary against President Barack Obama. Bill Clinton, when president, vetoed a ban on partial birth abortion methods.

    The difference in opinion is common between Republicans and Democrats. Democrats have always fought for a policy that says a baby is not a life until it leaves the hospital.

    Alicia Powe

    Staff Writer

    Alicia Powe is a staff writer for Daily Surge. She worked in the War Room of the Rudy Giuliani Presidential Committee and served as a White House Intern during the George W. Bush administration. Alicia has written for numerous outlets, including Human Events, Media Research Center and Townhall.com.

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