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Female Trump-backed candidate in Michigan will vote to outlaw contraceptives 

A Trump-backed candidate running for the Michigan State Senate said she would vote to ban contraception if elected as Republicans across the country continue to push to roll back abortion and reproductive rights.

In a recent appearance on the conservative media outlet Church Militant, Jacky Eubanks, who is running for Michigan’s 63rd House district, he claimed that banning birth control would solve the supposed problem of declining population in the country.

“All of this could be avoided if we were actually a truly pro-life nation, which means conceiving a child is a beautiful and sacred thing,” he told Church Militant founder Michael Voris. ‘And that is why sex should be between a man and a woman in the confines of marriage, and open to life.’

Jacky Eubanks, who is running for Michigan's 63rd House district, told Church Militant founder Michael Voris that banning birth control would solve the supposed problem of population decline.

Jacky Eubanks, who is running for Michigan’s 63rd House district, told Church Militant founder Michael Voris that banning birth control would solve the supposed problem of population decline.

Eubanks (pictured) said that if she were elected and a vote on birth control came up in the state House,

Eubanks (pictured) said that if she were elected and a vote on birth control came up in the state House, “she would have to take the side that it shouldn’t be legal.”

Trump endorsed Eubanks in December, saying she was a

Trump endorsed Eubanks in December, calling her a “brave young woman” for personally documenting alleged voter fraud in Michigan.

His push to ban contraception comes weeks after a leaked draft opinion written by Justice Samuel Alito suggested a conservative majority in court they are prepared to end the constitutional right to abortion.

The official opinion will not be released until near the end of the court’s term, in late June or early July, and could be changed until then.

Five of the six conservative justices are said to support the opinion and only Chief Justice John Roberts disagrees with the three liberals on the bench. Roberts, however, supports a ban on abortion at the point of 15 weeks of pregnancy.

The Trump-backed candidate added that if she were elected and a vote on birth control came up in the state House, “she would have to take the side that it shouldn’t be legal.”

Eubanks said that banning contraception would force people to think twice about having sex and make them only have sex to procreate.

“I think people are more likely to wait until marriage to practice chastity, which is incredibly important,” he said. “I think the out-of-wedlock birth rate would probably go down in that case.”

The conservative added that abortion and birth control have led the country away from Christian morality, leading to

The Conservative added that abortion and birth control have led the country away from Christian morality, leading to “chaos and destruction.”

With few other options for codifying abortion rights nationally, Democrats have focused their messaging primarily on getting voters to choose more progressive candidates.

With few other options for codifying abortion rights nationally, Democrats have focused their messaging primarily on getting voters to choose more progressive candidates.

Eubanks' push comes weeks after a leaked draft opinion suggested most conservatives on the court are prepared to end the constitutional right to abortion.

Eubanks’ push comes weeks after a leaked draft opinion suggested most conservatives on the court are prepared to end the constitutional right to abortion.

The Conservative added that abortion and birth control have led the country away from Christian morality, leading to “chaos and destruction.”

“You cannot have a successful society outside of the Christian moral order,” he said. “And things like abortion and things like gay marriage are outside of the Christian moral order, and they lead to chaos and destruction and a culture of death.”

Triumph backed up Eubanks in December, saying she was a “brave young lady” for personally documenting alleged voter fraud in Michigan.

‘Jacky Eubanks has been out there, working hard, alone. I wholeheartedly endorse Jacky Eubanks for Michigan State Representative,” the former president said. “She is an America First Patriot, and I have no doubt that she will have a great future in the Republican Party.”

Eubanks’ call to ban contraception comes on the heels of Oklahoma lawmakers passing the most restrictive abortion law in the United States that prohibits interruptions from the moment of fertilization.

The bill by Collinsville Republican Rep. Wendi Stearman would ban all abortions except to save the life of a pregnant woman or if the pregnancy is the result of rape or incest that has been reported to authorities.

He defended it by saying that the arguments in favor of abortion are so cruel that it might well be legal to abort children up to the age of 18.

Addressing the legislature on Thursday, Stearman said: ‘It would solve a lot of problems. Think about interruptions at school.

With few other options for codifying abortion rights nationally, Democrats have focused their messaging primarily on getting voters to choose more progressive candidates.

After the failed vote, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer urged Americans to “elect more pro-choice Democrats if they want to protect women’s freedom and choice.”

He added: “Elect more MAGA Republicans if you want to see a national abortion ban, if you want to see doctors and women arrested, if you don’t want to see exceptions for rape or incest.”

Republicans, however, have sought to paint Democrats as extremists seeking unrestricted abortion rights, and expressed outrage at the leaker’s violation of the Supreme Court’s privacy.

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