In an interview with Ron DeSantis that aired on Monday, NBC News’ Dasha Burns grilled the Florida governor over his stance on abortion.

Asked if he would veto a federal abortion law imposing limits on the states, DeSantis replied, “I would not allow what a lot of the left wants to do, which is to override pro-life protections throughout the country all the way up really until the moment of birth in some instances, which I think is infanticide.”

Burns responded by claiming DeSantis was lying (“a misrepresentation of what’s happening”) and that there was “no evidence of Democrats pushing for” unrestricted legal abortion.

When DeSantis insisted Democrats want “no legal protections” for the unborn at any point in a pregnancy, Burns again claimed he wasn’t telling the truth.

“There’s no indication of Democrats pushing for that,” the reporter claimed.

Apparently, Dasha Burns has never heard of New Hampshire.

In the Granite State, the policy Burns said no Democrat supports was literally the law of the land until 2021, thanks to Democrats like former Govs. Jeanne Shaheen and Maggie Hassan. They proudly and unapologetically opposed any limits of any kind on abortion. They still do.

When Republicans in the legislature proposed modest limits covering late-term abortion — unrestricted legal abortion until the 24th week of pregnancy — every Democrat in the legislature voted against it. Every Democratic candidate for federal office opposed it. And every candidate for governor ran against it.

Gov. Chris Sununu’s Democratic opponent last year, state Sen. Tom Sherman, made his opposition to any limits on abortion a centerpiece of his campaign. (He lost badly). Both Democrats running for governor today, Manchester Mayor Joyce Craig and Executive Councilor Cinde Warmington, hold the position that Burns claimed no Democrats support.

As Craig repeatedly said during a WMUR interview when asked about her opposition to the state’s limits on late-term abortion, “I believe government plays no role in a decision that should be made with a woman, her doctor, and her family.” [emphasis added]

“The notion that Democrats do not want unlimited abortion up until the moment of birth is not only false but is easy to disprove,” said state Rep.  Katelyn Kuttab (R-Windham). “They made this extreme position a cornerstone of their platform, which is why 189 House Democrats (99 percent of their caucus) voted in March to remove fetal protections to allow for abortion after 24 weeks of pregnancy.

“It’s currently allowed beyond 24 weeks for fatal fetal anomalies and for the health of the mother,” Kuttab noted.

And it was not just New Hampshire that NBC News reporters have overlooked. As John McCormack at National Review reports, “Several Democratic senators — including John FettermanBernie Sanders, and Ben Cardin — openly admit that they oppose any legal limits on abortion at any point in pregnancy, which is the position of a majority of Democratic voters.

“There are some blue states, such as Colorado, that explicitly allow abortion through all nine months of pregnancy for any reason.”

Should abortion without restriction be legal up to the day of birth? Should it be available at any point in a pregnancy, no matter how late, and for any reason, including sex selection or because a child is likely to be born with special needs? That is the position of Planned Parenthood, the largest pro-abortion organization in America.

It may come as a shock to reporters at NBC News, but many of the people at Planned Parenthood are, in fact, Democrats.