Illinois Republican Trump rally calls Row verdict ‘victory for white life’

Mary Miller of the Illinois Republican Party told the crowd at a rally with the former president Donald Trump The Supreme Court’s ruling to cancel the Roe V hunt was a “victory for the lives of whites.”

“On behalf of all the Maga Patriots in the United States, President Trump, I would like to thank you for the historic victory of whites in the Supreme Court yesterday,” he cheered from the Illinois crowd.

Miller is running again in the state’s newly drawn 15th Congress district against GOP Republican Rodney Davis with the blessing of the former president. Trump, who rallied in Montenegro, Illinois, was invited to the podium to speak ahead of Tuesday’s state primary vote.

Miller’s spokesman said the Illinois Republican Party wants to call the decision a victory for the “right to life.” Given the disproportionate impact of the abolition of abortion rights on women of color, the tax provided is out of step.

Miller’s spokeswoman Isaiah Wardman told the Associated Press that it was “a mixture of words.”

“As you can clearly see in the video … she looks at the papers, looks at her speech,” Wardman said.

Her campaign noted that she was the grandmother to many non-white grandchildren, including those with Down syndrome.

The new Congresswoman, one of those who voted to change the outcome of the 2020 election, has previously been criticized for quoting Adolf Hitler.

“Hitler was right in one thing. “Young people have a future,” he said in a video released by WCIA-TV. He apologized after Democrats in Illinois called for his resignation.

The rally took place on Saturday as some elements of the far right put forward a “big alternative theory” that is a racist ideology, accusing it of being “replaced” by whites and their influential people of color. Supporters blame both population changes, such as immigration and birth rates.

During the rally, Trump added pride to his role in the Supreme Court ruling ending the constitutional right to abortion. He noted that in 2016 he promised to appoint judges who would oppose abortion rights. The three Conservative judges he appointed all voted in favor of the overthrow Row We Wade.

“Yesterday the court gave a victory to the Constitution, a victory to the rule of law, above all, a victory for life,” he told the crowd, breaking the slogan “Thank you Trump.”

Following Friday’s ruling, several senators recently recognized the judges responsible for the decision He said they feel deceived. These politicians pointed to earlier statements from Trump nominees Brett Kavanagh And Neil Korsch; Both male judges said they would not change the Row V hunt.

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