Tim Scott Says He Doesn’t Think Abortion Will Have a Negative Effect on the GOP in the Midterms


    Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) said Monday on FNC's “The Story” that he didn't believe that the overturning of Roe v. Wade would have a negative effect on Republicans in the midterm elections.

    MacCallum stated, “The Roe decision is now described by Axios as, ‘Having fueled a stunning turn around for Democrats in the mid-terms.'”

    She asked, “The question is politically, did Republicans underestimate the impact of this Roe v. Wade decision?”

    Scott replied, “I don’t think we did. Frankly, I’m so thankful that my mom chose life.”

    He went on to say, “I don’t believe that this will have a negative impact on us at the polls, to be honest with you. Ultimately the decision about life is not left or right. It’s a wrong or right. I’m thankful that for my mother, she made the choice that brought me into this world, and so many millions of other kids are having the same experience enjoying a fruit-filled life even for those of us starting in poverty.”

    Scott said, “It’s one of the reasons why I talked about the painful, miserable story of my grandparents growing up in Jim Crow South in my book. I want people to know that there’s life, there’s reasons to be optimistic. There’s reasons to remain hopeful, to be resilient, to be tenacious, and to know that in America, all things are possible.”


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