A Three Tier Plan for Abortion Protection is on the way from the White House
The Democrats took advantage of the Kansas vote as the White House now promoting a three-stage strategy to protect abortion rights by reaching out to men.
When voters rejected an abortion ban in Kansas, many Americans turned their eyes to the idea that maybe abortion isn’t something the majority wants. With midterms coming up, the Democrats took advantage of this with the White House now promoting a three-stage strategy to protect abortion rights by reaching out to men.
The Biden administration will lean on two specific federal statutes to push its litigation tactics against the states that are limiting abortion. They will collect data, research how the restrictions are impacting women, and also communicate the findings to voters. If they come up with a consistent messaging plan, it will be relayed to show how forced pregnancies will negatively affect both women and men in the United States.
Some advisers, officials, and abortion rights advocates have been pushing for a broad strategy that would eventually lead to engagement calls in the upcoming months. 2,000 members joined an August 4th call to hear the Biden administration’s plans. President Biden and his administration have been under constant heat from those advocating for abortion rights due to their slow-acting response to the Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade.
However, new energy has been placed into the issue. Some concerns surrounding the lack of effort by the Biden administration have died down after two executive orders and a constant engagement. White House officials are even claiming the Biden administration believes its efforts on the issue can garner more Democratic support from Republican voters come November which would undoubtedly stomp out the supposed “Red Wave.