Kayleigh McEnany couldn’t believe it.
This was one of the hardest things she ever had to do on television.
And Kayleigh McEnany admitted a bitter defeat that stunned Sean Hannity.
Radical pro-abortion forces scored another win in Ohio as voters passed a ballot initiative enshrining abortion on demand into the state Constitution.
This continued a run of ballot initiatives that pro-abortion activists forced on the ballot since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in the summer of 2022.
In discussing the election results, in what was an overall disappointing night for the GOP, former Trump administration Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany told Sean Hannity that the pro-life movement was on a “losing streak.”
She said that pro-lifers needed to come up with a strategy to combat the Democrat smear campaigns accusing Republicans who support legislation to protect life of wanting to kill or imprison pregnant women.
“On the issue of abortion in Ohio tonight, we continue the losing streak in the pro-life movement,” McEnany stated. “Every ballot initiative has been lost post-Dobbs for the pro-life movement. As a party, Sean, we must, we must not just be a pro-baby party. That’s a great thing. We must be a pro-mother party. We need a national strategy… to help vulnerable women because the results of next year’s election could be determined by that.”
These results also show the importance of Red states eliminating ballot measures or raising the threshold to amend state constitutions.
Ballot measures are an end run around the democratic accountability of state legislators doing the job the people elected them to perform.
They also mainly benefit the Left because Democrat groups can pour unlimited money and manpower into these races due to the financial backing that comes from Big Labor, George Soros, and Hollywood elites.
The decision in Ohio overrides the state’s law protecting life after six weeks and eliminates the ability to put any restrictions on abortion.
Republicans have been all over the place message-and policy-wise since the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization decision.
Establishment Republicans instruct candidates to back more moderate proposals to protect life after 15 weeks or to ignore the issue entirely.
That head-in-the-sand strategy is now a proven failure.
Tuesday’s election proves it.