Blake Masters’ abortion makeover continues with a website scrub

Project Makeover, the Blake Masters edition, continues – this time with a good old-fashioned scrub of his abortion views on his campaign website. It seems the Senate candidate who was “100% pro-life” – the one who wanted to confer constitutional rights on fetuses – is now a changed man. What a difference […]

Blake Masters, candidate for U.S. Senate, speaks during a Save America rally at the Findlay Toyota Center on Friday, July 22, 2022, in Prescott Valley.

Project Makeover, the Blake Masters edition, continues – this time with a good old-fashioned scrub of his abortion views on his campaign website.

It seems the Senate candidate who was “100% pro-life” – the one who wanted to confer constitutional rights on fetuses – is now a changed man.

What a difference a few weeks makes. That, and the need to scramble if he’s going to win over the moderate Republican women and independent voters who will decide this Arizona’s Senate race.

Immediately upon winning the Republican primary, Masters began wiggling on abortion, trying to soften his stance to appear in sync with the majority of Arizona voters.

On Thursday, NBC reported Masters went for an outright makeover, scrubbing his website clean of the hard-line abortion policies that were his hallmark when he was pitching himself to the Republican primary voters.

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