Contraception “shouldn’t be legal,” says Trump-backed candidate Eubanks

Jacky Eubanks, a Trump-backed candidate for the Michigan legislature, said she would vote to make contraception illegal.

Concerns about the future of reproductive rights in the United States have grown after a leaked Supreme Court majority opinion showed the court seemed poised to rule Roe v. Wade to reverse the decision guaranteeing abortion rights.

Many Republican-run states would be quick to ban the practice, and some reproductive rights advocates have warned that even more restrictive laws could be introduced.

Eubanks, who is running for Michigan’s 63rd house district, backed a birth control ban in an interview with right-wing news outlet Church Militant.

Jacky Eubanks supports contraceptive ban
Jacky Eubanks, a Trump-backed candidate for the Michigan legislature, said she would vote to make contraception illegal. Above are people protesting for birth control in March 2012.
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In the interview, host Michael Voris pressed her on whether she would vote to make contraception illegal in Michigan. She argued that several problems – including a declining population and a lack of enough people to care for the society’s population – would be avoided if birth control were illegal.

“All of this could be avoided if we were really a really hostile nation, meaning that having a child is a beautiful and sacred thing. And that’s why sex between a man and a woman should be within the confines of marriage, and open to life,” she said.

She went on to say that if a birth control vote was brought up in the State House, she “would have to advocate that it shouldn’t be legal.”

Eubanks has continued to blow up contraceptives because they trick people into believing in “the false sense of security that they can have sex without consequences.” She said a birth control ban would also convince people to wait until marriage to have sexual relationships.

During the 26-minute interview, Eubanks also called for a return to “God’s moral order.”

“You cannot have a successful society outside of the Christian moral order,” she said. “And things like abortion and things like gay marriage are outside of the Christian moral order, and they lead to chaos and destruction and a culture of death.”

Eubanks was endorsed by former President Donald Trump, who praised her for “going door-to-door in Macomb County and Detroit asking voters if they really voted” to prove his claims that he was the lost the 2020 presidential election only due to widespread voter fraud. a claim that has not been backed up by hard evidence.

“Jacky Eubanks was out there working hard, alone. I wholeheartedly support Jacky Eubanks as Michigan State Representative. She is an America First Patriot and I have no doubt that she will have a great future in the Republican Party!” he affirmed.

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Rick Schindler

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