Representative Nancy Mace (R-SC) stunned Republicans by coming out in support of exceptions for abortion during an interview on NBC's "Meet the Press" on Sunday.
Most Republicans have come out firmly on the pro-life side since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June.
Representative Mace seems to be the exception as she wants federal legislation to ensure exceptions for rape, incest, and the life of the mother are implemented nationwide.
During the interview, Representative Mace stated, "One of my concerns you got states that are going to try to ban women from traveling that if you're raped that you got to report it to the police. I was raped when I was 16, and it took me a week to tell my mother. By that time, any evidence would have been gone. And the violation of a woman's privacy. I can't tell you how traumatic that event was in my life. My own home state, they want women to be required and mandated to report when they are raped. I just can't even imagine a world where you're a teenage girl and raped. You have to report those things. "Handmaid's Tale" was not supposed to be a road map, right?"
Representative Mace is spouting leftist talking points when it comes to abortion. Her comments on the requirements to report rape are especially concerning.
Representative Mace narrowly survived a campaign from former President Donald Trump against her. Now her comments on abortion have made it clear as to why Trump wanted her thrown out.
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