Kamala Harris suggests 'you don't have to change your faith' to agree with Democrats on abortion

Vice President Kamala Harris suggested during an interview in Wisconsin that people do not have to "change" their faith or abandon "deeply held beliefs" to "agree the government should not be telling a woman what to do with her body." 

WISN 12's Jared Jordan asked Harris about Wisconsin's role in the upcoming midterm elections. 

"Wisconsin will help decide the future of our country and that is what Wisconsin does," Harris said. "When we look at a woman's right to make decisions about her own body, we need two additional seats in the Senate, one of which will be Mandela Barnes to say, listen, let's stop playing politics with women's bodies. You don't have to change your faith or abandon your faith or your deeply held beliefs to agree the government should not be telling a woman what to do with her body." 

Jordan also asked Harris if abortion was going to be enough to drive Democrats to the polls. 

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Harris said there were a number of issues "at stake" and said that people should "look at the record in terms of who is actually leading with solutions and who is attempting to distract from the priorities that everyday working people have that need to be addressed." 

She visited an American politics course at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee on Thursday and met with Democratic attorneys general as well. 

Harris also met with civil rights and reproductive rights leaders earlier in September to discuss the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade in the Dobbs case after a coalition of civil rights groups sent a letter to President Biden asking him to address the decision. 

During a briefing ahead of the discussion on September 12, she said the Supreme Court removed a constitutional right by overturning Roe v. Wade. 

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"We know with the Supreme Court having made the decision in Dobbs to take a constitutional right that had been recognized from the people of America, from the women of America, has created a health crisis in America," Harris said. "It has highlighted the fact that as we all know, we must be vigilant and we must stand should-to-shoulder to ensure that every voice is represented in a way that allows them equal access to all that they need to thrive."

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Gov. Greg Abbott, R-Texas, recently sent two buses with migrants to Harris' Naval Observatory residence in Washington, D.C. 

Harris told NBC's Chuck Todd earlier in September that the border was "secure." 


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Vice President Kamala Harris suggested during an interview in Wisconsin that people do not have to "change" their faith or abandon "deeply held beliefs" to "agree the government should not be telling a woman what to do with her body." 

WISN 12's Jared Jordan asked Harris about Wisconsin's role in the upcoming midterm elections. 

"Wisconsin will help decide the future of our country and that is what Wisconsin does," Harris said. "When we look at a woman's right to make decisions about her own body, we need two additional seats in the Senate, one of which will be Mandela Barnes to say, listen, let's stop playing politics with women's bodies. You don't have to change your faith or abandon your faith or your deeply held beliefs to agree the government should not be telling a woman what to do with her body." 

Jordan also asked Harris if abortion was going to be enough to drive Democrats to the polls. 

KAMALA HARRIS' COMMENTS ON SUPREME COURT ‘BEYOND THE PALE,’ 'UNFAIR': TURLEY

Harris said there were a number of issues "at stake" and said that people should "look at the record in terms of who is actually leading with solutions and who is attempting to distract from the priorities that everyday working people have that need to be addressed." 

She visited an American politics course at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee on Thursday and met with Democratic attorneys general as well. 

Harris also met with civil rights and reproductive rights leaders earlier in September to discuss the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade in the Dobbs case after a coalition of civil rights groups sent a letter to President Biden asking him to address the decision. 

During a briefing ahead of the discussion on September 12, she said the Supreme Court removed a constitutional right by overturning Roe v. Wade. 

MANCHIN SLAMS KAMALA HARRIS: ‘DEAD WRONG’ ON BOARDER SECURITY CLAIM

"We know with the Supreme Court having made the decision in Dobbs to take a constitutional right that had been recognized from the people of America, from the women of America, has created a health crisis in America," Harris said. "It has highlighted the fact that as we all know, we must be vigilant and we must stand should-to-shoulder to ensure that every voice is represented in a way that allows them equal access to all that they need to thrive."

CLICK TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP

Gov. Greg Abbott, R-Texas, recently sent two buses with migrants to Harris' Naval Observatory residence in Washington, D.C. 

Harris told NBC's Chuck Todd earlier in September that the border was "secure." 

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