Leaked MNGOP Chair Talking Points on Abortion Falsely Claims 'Constitutional' Right

Republican Party of Minnesota Chair, David Hann, sent talking points to candidates instructing them to refer to abortion as a "protected constitutional right." Hann says the talking point was "developed and tested" by "key stakeholders" and constitutes the official position of the MNGOP. Multiple sources sent us the email containing the message from Hann.

The Minnesota Constitution does not mention abortion or allude to abortion as a Constitutionally protected right. However, that hasn't stopped activist judges on the Minnesota Supreme Court from making the outrageous statement. And the Radical Left in Minnesota has fully embraced the idea that abortion is a right for women.

Hann's statement is ludicrous. It not only is incorrect, it validates the Democrat's talking points. The memo surrenders the issue of abortion to the Radical Left and embraces the leftist position that abortion is a right up until birth. Furthering the left wing propaganda does nothing to advance the pro-life agenda in Minnesota.

Here's the email:

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  • Jonathan Hanson
    commented 2022-09-25 10:04:04 -0500
    While I agree with the strategy, you should never sacrifice facts to get your point across. But this is par for the course for MNGOP leadership for as long as I’ve been alive: scummy, corrupt, with an “ends justify the means” attitude — cut from the same cloth as the neocons pushing invasion of Iraq under due to the “verified presence” of WMDs. Sadly, it’s also very transparent to the average voter.

    The strategy could much better conveyed as the following:

    Here are the facts: It’s currently settled law that abortion is allowed in MN. At this point, voters themselves are the only ones that are going change that. But we know voters have bigger problems to worry about in this election — crime, inflation, the economy, and education. So let’s focus on the “elephant in the room” and not this divisive issue.
  • Jake Duesenberg
    published this page in News 2022-09-24 13:05:44 -0500