Come Again?

RNC speaker: The husband in a ‘godly household’ should get ‘final say’ on who to vote for

Anti-abortion activist Abby Johnson spoke at the Republican Convention this Tuesday night, which means that her social media history is now up for grabs. Sure enough, Twitter sleuths found posts from recent months showing that Johnson has some outdated views on who should be allowed to vote in elections.

“What is the most controversial thing you believe?” Johnson asked on Twitter back in May.

“I would support bringing back household voting,” Johnson replied to her own tweet. “How anti-feminist of me.”

One Twitter user asked Johnson, “But what happens when the husband is a Republican and the wife is a Democrat or vice versa?”

Johnson replied that they “would have to decide on one vote.”

“In a Godly household, the husband would get the final say,” Johnson added. 

Johnson was employed by Planned Parenthood for eight years before become an anti-abortion activist and founding “And Then There Were None,” an organization that supports the career transitions of individuals working in facilities that perform abortions.

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