I think that most Republicans think that abortion is wrong, but one could argue that it isn't for religious reasons. You do bring up a good point in that people try to get their religious values to apply to something attached to a woman's body, and from that perspective it's completely unethical. But I see it more as an ethical perspective that life and rights of the constitution apply to what is a distinct organism that is human in nature. Overall, I think that abortion should only be legal during instances of rape, in which the woman didn't have a choice of creating that new human. The thing that bugs me is that people want my tax dollars going towards abortions that could have have been stopped just by practicing abstinence. Their questionable love life is not my financial responsibility, especially when it's directly funding something controversial.
What point are you trying to make? Are you talking about Donald Trump? If so, conservatives want the government to have the least impact on other people's lives. I do have to agree that Trump is a bit arrogant, but he wasn't tyrannical or trying to make everything center around him. CNN, MSNBC, and ABC just really hate him. I didn't want to have all of my attention and focus going towards lockdowns, mask mandates, and corruption.