Pro-life Democrat announces 2024 presidential campaign

 September 20, 2023

Former President Joe Biden already has a mountain of challenges regarding his 2024 election campaign. 

According to the Washington Examiner, he now has another thorn in his side in the form of a new Democratic challenger.

Terrisa Bukovinac, described as a progressive anti-abortion activist, intends to challenge the president for the nomination.

While she's obviously a longshot, Biden is already contending with Cornell West, who has proven he can eat into valuable percentage points of his already waning support, not to mention Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

Who is she?

Among many issues, abortion is expected to be one of the hot-topic issues for the 2024 election, primarily on the Republican side of the aisle.

But Bukovinac, an anti-abortion, staunch Catholic, is challenging the president on his views on the matter, which she -- and many others -- insist do not line up with the Catholic Church.

In a recent Fox News interview, the anti-abortion activist made clear her stance on what she thinks of the elderly president and how he's responsible for the deaths of countless unborn children.

"President Biden is a collaborator in a genocide. He once stood for the dignity of unborn children and yet now, not only has he become complicit in all of this, he is the top promoter of late-term abortion in this nation and around the globe, and he's not fit to lead," Bukovinac said.

She added, "In other elections, it's felt like a choice between one [candidate] or the other. It's never been that way ... This year, you have another option, and it is completely unacceptable under any conditions that we would give aid to a pro-choice Democrat."

The Examiner added:

Bukovinac joins best-selling author Marianne Williamson, and Robert F. Kennedy Jr., the nephew of the late President John F. Kennedy, in posing long-shot bids to Biden for the Democratic nomination.

"The most pro-life candidate"

With the recent controversy surrounding comments made by former President Donald Trump on the issue of abortion, Bukovinac believes she has a shot at capturing support from those who place the issue high atop the list of important topics.

"I think most pro-life Americans want to see an actual pro-life candidate," Bukovinac said. "I'm the most pro-life candidate for the Democrats or the Republicans, so I think people are encouraged seeing young people stepping up for life," she said.

Only time will tell if she's able to gain the momentum needed to mount a serious challenge.

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