Trump: “I was able to kill Roe v. Wade”—pro-choice Arizona residents are fully aware of this reality

Arizona pro-choice voters are holding Donald Trump responsible for his role in overturning the long-standing Roe v. Wade precedent. They firmly believe that Mr. Trump and other candidates will face the consequences of their actions at the ballot box.

Former president Donald Trump is proudly taking credit for ending Roe v Wade. He continues to assert in social media posts and interviews that he was the sole individual capable of achieving this feat, with no one else even coming close.

In a typical fashion, Mr. Trump personally claimed responsibility for the termination of the long-standing law of Roe v. Wade. He made this announcement on his social media platform, highlighting the key Supreme Court justices who played a crucial role in overturning the law that safeguarded abortion rights across the nation.

Arizona activists who support the pro-choice movement are fully aware of this reality and remain steadfast in their commitment to never give up the fight.

The ACLU of Arizona is dedicated to collaborating with impacted communities in order to safeguard comprehensive reproductive health.

“But even before the overturning of Roe v Wade, lawmakers in Arizona had enacted numerous unnecessary restrictions on abortion. These restrictions not only compromise the safety of this form of healthcare but also disproportionately affect marginalized communities who have historically faced systemic barriers to care. This includes communities of color, individuals with low incomes, undocumented immigrants, young people, the LGBTQ+ community, and people with disabilities.”

Pro-choice activists in Arizona are determined to spread this message to voters in Arizona and beyond, who are predominantly supportive of a woman’s right to choose.

According to Tammy Boyd, an abortion access activist in Arizona, Trump played a significant role in enforcing previously overlooked and even illegal abortion laws.

“What we are witnessing currently is a fierce state-by-state struggle concerning abortion access and protection. Numerous GOP legislators are pushing for the implementation of ruthless “laws” due to the perceived opportunity arising from the potential overturning of Roe v Wade. Our commitment to securing women’s agency over their personal healthcare decisions remains unwavering, and we refuse to surrender. Therefore, Mr. Trump and any GOP candidates endeavoring to further curtail our rights will face the consequences at the polls.”

According to the pro-choice advocate in Arizona, it seems that Trump himself acknowledges that his statements have played a role in undermining the Roe v. Wade decision.

“After 50 years of unsuccessful attempts, with no one even coming close, I successfully overturned Roe v. Wade, to the surprise of everyone,” stated Trump, the former president and potential 2024 Republican nominee, on his social media platform.

According to Trump, his actions have given the Pro Life movement an advantageous position in negotiations against those who support abortion rights. He takes credit for the numerous bans that conservatives are pushing for across the country. Since the overturning of Roe, over a dozen states have implemented restrictions on abortion.

Groups like the one Ms. Boyd is part of are actively working to ensure that abortion access is not only available in Arizona but also striving to make Arizona one of the most progressive states when it comes to abortion access. Their goal is to provide a front line of legal advocacy for women who are denied access.

Boyd confidently stated, “We will not become Texas.”

According to Serena Martinez, a colleague of Boyd, it is crucial for individuals who advocate for women’s access to safe and legal abortions and personal choice healthcare to persistently engage with state legislators. She emphasizes the importance of preventing Donald Trump and other GOP abortion restrictionists from assuming office.

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