Episode 10: Is It Possible To Be A Pro-Life Democrat Or A Pro-Life Feminist?

Episode Synopsis: In this controversial episode, we look at the challenge of being both pro-life and a democrat or pro-life and a feminist. It may seem easy in theory, but proves to be a challenge in practice. Plus, we reveal why abortion needs to be a litmus test for every person who considers themselves pro-life….

Episode Synopsis:

In this controversial episode, we look at the challenge of being both pro-life and a democrat or pro-life and a feminist. It may seem easy in theory, but proves to be a challenge in practice. Plus, we reveal why abortion needs to be a litmus test for every person who considers themselves pro-life.

Episode Duration: 22 min

In This Episode We Discuss:
  1. Greetings (00:25).
  2. This Bizarre Political Season & The Weaponizing of COVID-19 (00:47)
  3. Is it possible to be a Pro-Life Democrat or a Pro-Life Feminist? (03:23 )
  4. Litmus Tests and why we must be single issue voters (15:28)
  5. Closing Statements (21:11)
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