Kamala CAUGHT LYING About Trump’s Abortion Positioning

Elon Musk, the owner of X, attacked Vice President Kamala Harris on Monday for allegedly “lying” on the previous President Trump’s stance on a federal ban on abortion.


In an article on Musk’s website, Harris said that “Donald Trump would ban abortion nationwide.” She said, “President @JoeBiden and I will do everything in our power to stop him and restore women’s reproductive freedom.”


A response to the post was received via Community Notes, a feature of the site that allows users to provide context for remarks that they believe to be inaccurate or incomplete. Users refuted Harris’ assertion in this instance by posting content from CNN, BBC, The Associated Press, The New York Times, and Trump’s own Truth Social account.


Trump has said that states should set their own abortion restrictions. He just shared a video on Truth Social outlining his views.


“In my opinion, the states will decide by statute, vote, or maybe both, given that abortion is legal where everyone intended it to be. And whatever they determine has to be the supreme law of the nation, or the state law in this instance, according to Trump.


“Trump declines to endorse a national abortion ban,” said the headline of the AP piece that was used to fact-check Harris. He believes the states should choose their own boundaries.”

Harris was chastised by Musk for “lying” on his social media account.


“When will politicians, or at least the intern who runs their account, learn that lying on this platform doesn’t work anymore?” Musk queried.


Last week, at CNN’s Presidential Debate, questions about Trump’s position on abortion and whether he would forbid women from getting abortion drugs were posed.


Referring to mifepristone, Trump said, “First of all, the Supreme Court just approved the abortion pill, and I agree with their decision to have done that, and I will not block it.”


Trump praised the Supreme Court’s decision to reverse Roe v. Wade in 2022 and give the states back control over abortion access. The historic Dobbs ruling determined that abortion was not a constitutionally protected right, not that it was prohibited nationwide.


“I appointed three outstanding justices to the Supreme Court, and they just so happened to vote to overturn Roe v. Wade and return authority to the states. Everyone wants something like this, according to Trump. “Now the states are working it out.”