Christie Says Kansas Abortion Vote Manufactures Hysteria


    Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R), on Sunday, reacted to Kansas voters refusing to approve an amendment that would have eliminated clauses in the state constitution that guaranteed the right to have an abortion.

    Christie claimed that the Kansas vote proved the “manufactured hysteria” from Democrats regarding this Supreme Court ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization that the Constitution does not contain rights to abortion.

    “I think this is what's going to happen across the country, George,” Christie spoke to Host George Stephanopoulos. “People just like myself have said for a long time that states should take these decisions and now the states will now take these calls. That's probably the reason for anyone who thinks that this means that abortions are going to be banned across the nation when the Dobbs decision was made. The reality is that it's going to be different and fluctuate from state to state, and you'll see results that don't align with the state's hue and in this instance, Kansas is a red state, taking a turn in this direction.”

    “So, that's why I think a lot of the manufactured hysteria that some aspects of the Democratic Party went into is undercut by this result in Kansas,” said the official. “People will decide for themselves. The legislatures will decide. Indiana has done something that is quite different. This is how it will be working across the country.”


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