Democrats in the U.S. Senate filibustered a sex trafficking bill yesterday, the same exact bill they dramatically supported until a week ago. Why the change of heart? Until last week, they weren’t told by the abortion lobby that they had to fight it.
The brief bill, which would create a fund for victims based on fees assessed to sex traffickers, enjoyed broad bipartisan support. In fact, it had no opposition.
That was, it had no other opposition until the controversial abortion rights groups NARAL and Planned Parenthood realized at the very last second that a gravy train of federal funds for groups that abort unborn children might be at risk.