Republican congresswoman Diane Black is fervent advocate of ending abortion and organizations like Planned Parenthood in the United States. She talks to Ed Stetzer about the inspiring shift in of perspective in the abortion debate.

Abortion is one of the few cultural issues that seem to be trending towards the side of the conservative evangelical Christian side. A growing percentage of Americans are becoming pro-life. However, abortion is still a serious problem in the United States. Many people ask Diane why she keeps trying to stop abortion when she knows that whatever bill she puts on the President’s desk will be vetoed.

“I just want it on his desk and I want to dare him to veto something and not even call for an investigation.”

Diane explains that President Obama should have called for an investigation of Planned Parenthood a long time ago.

“He should be calling for an investigation, look if they haven’t done anything wrong, let them open the doors. Let them show that they haven’t done anything wrong.”

Diane wants to ensure that whatever is done with taxpayer dollars is done legally, but she also has another motive for fighting organizations like Planned Parenthood.

“I want to win the hearts and minds of people because they’ve been convinced over the years by the big abortion industry that it’s not a baby. Now we can prove that it is a baby.”

Diane says that each and every American should take it upon themselves to watch the videos that expose the behavior of Planned Parenthood, no matter how unsettling and grotesque they might be.

“Until the American people actually get curious enough to go and watch the films to see it on their own and understand what’s happening, I’m not sure we can win their hearts and minds.”

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