Abortion was a major factor in last week’s election in the United States. The overturning of Roe v. Wade, and personal support for abortion, motivated 57% of Democrats to get out and vote, impacting 65% in their candidate choices. In Pennsylvania, abortion motivated 21% of Republicans to switch and vote Democrat, giving victory to the Democrat. By contrast, the overturning of Roe and opposition to abortion motivated only 23% of Republicans to vote, and impacted 32% in their candidate choices. Consequently, support for abortion and Democrat candidates was much stronger than anticipated; there was no Republican “red wave”; and the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives are still undecided. . . . Voters are complicit . . . Declining Church, declining culture . . . Solutions.