I don't believe in censorship. All this trying to censor others just is unbiblical and shows a toxic culture within Christianity made by Focus on the Family and similar organizations. If we can't talk about things that are important, how are we supposed to share our faith? It's hard to share the Gospel without pointing out the sin in the world that the Gospel needs to heal.
However, I believe that following the American political process is throwing a lot of emotion at nothing. The big media fluff follows the presidential election and maybe Congress. But the presidential election happens in a predictable cycle.
First, the Democratic president wins two terms. Then the Republican president wins two terms. Then the Democrat president wins two terms. Then the Republican president wins two terms. And so on. Therefore, Trump is going to win the election - Republican president, second term. This will happen regardless of what Trump says or does. After Trump has his second term, the Democratic candidate will win in 2024. Then he will have his two terms.
Congress likewise follows the president. When the president gets in office, he holds the House and Senate of his own party. So a Republican president will have a Republican House and Senate, and a Democrat will have a Democrat House and Senate. At the first two-year congressional election (midterms), the President will lose the House to the opposing party. Therefore a Republican president will have a Republican Senate and a Democrat House. At the second midterm election, he will lose the Senate, leaving a Democrat House and Senate and a Republican president.
Second, abortion is not a matter for the President or Congress to decide, it's a matter for the Supreme Court, and so whether or not a presidential candidate supports abortion isn't a huge deal. It does affect who the President appoints to the Supreme Court, but a change in court is actually a rare thing. Even if Biden gets in, it's unlikely that he will be able to significantly change anything about the court.
Third, even if Roe vs. Wade were overturned tomorrow, that wouldn't make abortion illegal in the whole of the U.S. It will be the providence of the states to decide whether or not abortion is legal there. So if abortion is legal in New York, it will still be legal there until the New Yorkers decide to make it illegal (Good luck with that! Ugh). And as long as there are some states where abortion is legal, people will travel to those states to get it done. Even if by some miracle you managed to outlaw it everywhere, people will still do it using black market pills and coat hangers.
Abortion is not about the government. Abortion is about the sin nature of mankind. It is an individual choice that women make to kill their babies, a bunch of individual sins. It's also the outgrowth of people engaging in other sins which we should not discuss "sin, when it is fully grown, brings forth death. Do not be deceived, my beloved." (James 1: 15-16)
Therefore, the best way to fight abortion is to 1) not do it; 2) support crisis pregnancy centers and other places that encourage women to turn from their sin and give birth. The government can't stop people from sinning.
The reason you should vote is to have an influence in the state and local governments, not the national government. These governments actually have more impact on your life than the Federal Government. It pays to research those elections and make an informed decision. The state and local governments also make regulations as to how crisis pregnancy centers can be run, and educational choices that educate women on issues like abortion. The state and local governments are what you can actually have an impact on; debating national candidates is dumb.
I should also point out that liberalism is an ideology that is in opposition to Christianity - it's own religion. But you don't fight a set of devil's lies by voting against them - you do that by converting liberals to Christianity. Not an easy task by any means. Religion dictates what people believe.
Why people vote they way they do has to do with money as well. My dad's job of building airplanes is supported by the Republicans, so we vote Republican. The Democrats get in power, my dad has a harder time finding work. The Democrats want more money for teachers and college professors. Guess which way my teachers and college profs have voted? How am I supposed to argue with them - do I expect them to vote themselves out of a job? There are many other jobs like this. People need to stop making religious generalizations based on people's votes.
No lies are good. Lies are the source of all evil in this world. Satan is a liar and the father of lies.
He also doesn't have to drive one, since he can instantly appear anywhere he wants to be.