Former Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard, who recently announced she is no longer a member of the Democrat Party, is urging Michigan voters to reject Proposition 3.

Fresh from campaigning there for pro-life gubernatorial canddiate Tudor Dixon, Gabbard says voters need to oppose Proposition 3 because it would allow abortions up to birth.

“I urge Michigan residents to protect women, parental rights & children by voting against Proposal 3 that includes loopholes to allow late-term/partial birth abortion (which is really infanticide) & overturns law to inform parents of a child pursuing abortion/hormone therapies,” Gabbard said on twitter along with a video of her remarks.

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“I want to tell you a little bit about this because it’s a really important question for voters. This does a few things,” she began, explaining that Proposal 3 “amends the state Constitution … overturning a law that requires abortion facilities to be licensed and inspected for the health and safety of women.”

“It includes legal loopholes that allow late-term and partial-birth abortions, which essentially is really infanticide. It also overturns a law that requires parents to know if their child is pursuing an abortion or gender hormone therapies,” Gabbard continued.

During her debate with radical pro-abortion Governor Gretchen Whitmer, Dixon also urged voters to reject Proposition 3.

“It’s unfortunate that we’re not being honest about what Proposal 3 is,” Dixon said during the debate.

“We know that Proposal 3 does remove parental consent. It also makes it so that you don’t have to be a doctor to perform an abortion, but it does align with her agenda. Her past — she’s voted against a ban on partial-birth abortion, and Proposal 3 allows abortion up to the moment of birth for any reason, including sex selection,” Dixon explained, emphasizing that it would be “the most radical abortion law in the entire country.”

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