Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Backs Democrats’ Late-Term Abortion Agenda

Robert F. Kennedy Jr., known for his appeal to disillusioned Republican voters, has stirred controversy by endorsing the Democratic Party’s stance on late-term abortion.

During a candid conversation with former ESPN host Sage Steele, Kennedy advocated for a woman’s right to terminate a pregnancy at any stage, even up to full term.

Kennedy emphasized personal autonomy over government intervention in reproductive choices, aligning himself with the Democratic platform that advocates unrestricted access to abortion, regardless of gestational age.

Despite widespread public opposition to late-term abortions, with most Americans supporting limitations to the first trimester, Kennedy asserted that women should retain exclusive decision-making authority over pregnancy outcomes.

His stance reflects a broader Democratic push for expansive abortion rights, which includes opposing measures that would protect infants born alive during attempted abortions.