Warning: This letter contains facts. If you’re one those nose-blind Republicans that cannot tolerate facts, polls, quotes, surveys, that have been copied, pasted and referenced with quotation marks, don’t read this. This letter’s the antithesis of fact-free “Fox News” and if you cannot tolerate what one Sentinel correspondent calls my use of “ten-dollar words” don’t read this.
“Ten-dollar word”- Disestablishmentarianism is the antonym of “twenty-dollar word”- antidisestablishmentarianism. Disestablishmentarianism was the movement that lead to the separation of the British government from the rule of the Catholic church. Disestablishmentarianism was the anti-theocracy movement in Great Britain that rescued it from being a monarchy which resulted in it becoming a Democracy.
One Sentinel correspondent recently, correctly stated that the poorest cities are controlled by Democrats, but the wealthiest cities are also controlled by Democrats, because most major cities are controlled by Democrats. Furthermore, according to “The ROOT”- “USA Today recently ranked the states from poorest to richest, using the median household income figures from the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2017 American Community Survey. And while President Trump credits his policies with transforming the American economy he inherited from Barack Obama from “pretty good” to “pretty good,” the state-by-state numbers show that the wealthier states are mostly under Democratic control, while the poorest states are almost exclusively controlled by the GOP.” And guess what - polls show that those states also have the most abortions per-capita!
Warning- “SHERO-Poll: “One in four women in the U.S. will have an abortion by age 45 and 73% of American voters don’t want to see Roe v. Wade overturned. So not just adults or women, but nearly three-fourths of actual voters believe women should have access to a safe and legal abortions in their first three months of pregnancy. 91% of all abortions occur in the first trimester- 8.999 in the second- only .001 in the third.”
Conservatives think that most white women in their party support them on abortion restrictions that limit Roe v. Wade, but polls show they’re wrong and that those women actually use abortion services even though they claim to be Pro-Life and vote Republican.