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Georgia gubernatorial candidate David Perdue said if Roe v. Wade was overruled he would ask the state legislature to ban all abortions as governor Friday on “Hannity.”
LOST : It’s about the future of our country right here. It is a race of the people against the politicians. I am running against a governor who has been in office for 20 years – nine years as secretary of state, four as governor. He did not enforce voting laws at any of those times. And right now he’s letting us down with crime, education and the economy. Tennessee and Texas are growing 35% faster than us. He is a governor who protects his job at all costs.
Chief Justice Roberts said [Roe v. Wade] will go down. And when that decision is made, what I said is that I would immediately call for a special session of our state legislature to ban all abortions. I asked the governor to do it. I think we need to be united here. And so far, our governor has basically said, “I want to keep my powder dry,” like he’s said on so many things. So I think that’s a major difference that people want to know about. I think voters should know where our governor stands on this before Election Day.
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