By Theodore Shoebat
With Justice Anthony Kennedy resigning, Trump’s pick for the Supreme Court justice who will replace him could be the biggest threat to Roe V. Wade (i.e., the allowing of abortion or infanticide) ever. Pro-abortion agents are already preparing to lobby against whatever actions Trump’s pick could make against Roe. As we read in one report from the Washington Post:
This morning, I spoke to Brian Fallon, who is executive director of Demand Justice, a liberal group that will play a leading role in the campaign to block Trump’s nominee. He stressed that the campaign has three core components:
Vividly emphasize what will happen to abortion rights. Fallon told me that his group will be raising and spending millions of dollars on ads and media, in part to make this point. One key argument will be that, once Trump’s pick is on the high court, multiple red states will have an incentive to pass new laws in effect outlawing abortion, for the explicit purpose of seeing a legal challenge to one get through to the Supreme Court, where it might be upheld, gutting Roe. Trump is widely expected to pick someone from his current shortlist of 25 possibilities, and liberal groups believe that all of them represent a threat to Roe.
So these abortion activists — who are really just eugenists — are prepared to spend millions to continue public support for infanticide. There are two Republican senators who may resist Trump’s choice, Susan Collins and Lisa Murkowski (both, not surprising, are women, and women love power). Collins has affirmed her support for maintaining Roe V. Wade, stating:
“I view Roe v. Wade as being settled law. It’s clearly precedent and I always look for judges who respect precedent”
Lisa Murkowski, another Republican woman, has expressed her staunch support for the eugenist institution, Planned Parenthood. As we read in one report from Politico:
Sen. Lisa Murkowski has assured an Alaska constituent that she’s committed to preserving Planned Parenthood funding as part of a health care bill — the strongest line she’s drawn yet over one of the most controversial elements of the Obamacare repeal effort.
“I am committed to ensuring that important provisions of the ACA, such as covering those with pre-existing conditions, continued support for Medicaid expansion, coverage for dependents and no lifetime limits, and funding for Planned Parenthood remain intact,” Murkowski wrote in the constituent letter obtained by POLITICO.
Murkowski also said that she is a “strong proponent [of Planned Parenthood] and I will fight to keep the funding in.” You can see the demon right in this witch’s eyes:
This satanic witch looks like she could use a good inquisition. But in all fairness, Murkowski did indeed recommend Neil Gorsuch, who is pro-life. Moreover, it was three democrats (Sens. Joe Manchin of West Virginia, Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota, and Joe Donnelly of Indiana) who supported Gorsuch’s appointing to the Supreme Court.
So, at this point, we really don’t know what is going to happen. But its still good to look at the current situation. We have two republicans (Collins and Murkowski) who could swing the vote either way in the battle against abortion, and we also have democrats who could vote for a pro-life Supreme Court justice. We shall wait and see.
I remember when Trump was still campaigning and he said that if abortion is outlawed, that a woman who has an abortion should be punished. The entire pro-life movement objected to Trump’s statement, with more ardency than the “pro-choice” movement.
Why did the pro-life movement in America get so upset at Donald Trump for simply saying that the woman who commits abortion should receive some sort of punishment? For years I have known about the corruption and superficiality of the pro-life movement, and this is what I have learned: the pro-life movement has never succeeded in outrightly abolishing abortion, because it really isn’t interested in making abortion illegal, because it knows that once abortion is abolished, their money is gone. The pro-life movement has really become the pro-life industry. According to the American Right To Life (ARTL), “An ARTL spreadsheet, compiled by a Michigan CPA volunteering for ARTL, documents that the pro-life industry raised more than a quarter of a billion dollars in it’s 15-year effort to secure a “ban” that never had the ability to save a single child.” This pro-life industry includes the National Right to Life Committee, Concerned Women for America, and others such as Americans United for Life and Jay Sekulow’s American Center for Law and Justice.
If abortion were to be outlawed, and those involved in abortions punished by the state, then for what reason would we need the pro-life movement, the marches for life, the funding to finance anti-abortion organization? The money would be gone, the fat paycheck given to those who talk against but do nothing beyond that against abortion, would be gone. So of course the “pro-life” elites would not want an absolute ban on abortion. Look at the recent controversy that took place in Oklahoma with the bill, SB 1118. If passed, this bill would have treated abortion -— at any stage after conception — a crime of first-degree murder. for what it is, first-degree murder. The bill was not even given a chance for a hearing at the senate floor. Why? Because of pro-life industry elitists, such as the National Right to Life, Oklahomans For Life, and most of all of the Republican senators in Oklahoma, who all opposed the bill. Only 11 of Oklahoma’s 39 senators supported the bill, and many of them had “100% pro-life voting records from the pro-life and pro-family groups.”
Pro-life elitists like Tony Lauinger, vice-president of National Right to Life and the chairman for Oklahomans for Life, opposed SD 1118, giving the typical hypocritical response of, “do we want to make a statement, or do we want to make a difference?” Lauinger was confronted by some good Christians and this encounter he refused to call abortion murder:
All of these pro-life fraudsters reject the absolute abolishment of infanticide, and instead advocate for the strategy of “incremental pro-life legislation”, which simply means that the pro-life movement must work gradually, with increments, to stop abortion. They want to take it slowly, and reject stern and quick legislation against this crime against humanity. In other words, they just want activists to continue their activism, because that means more funding, and more funding means more money. In one report we read that “there are differing schools of thought in the pro-life movement regarding whether state legislatures should go as far as total criminalization before overturning Roe v. Wade.” In other words, they don’t want abortion to be outlawed, they don’t desire for the murder of children to be outlawed, they don’t want the law to dissuade through punishment mothers who may wish to murder their own children. They want to keep the activism industry going.
They use the emotions and zeal of young Christian teenagers to go on the marches, the rallies, the pass fliers, while they rake in the dough, and the last thing they want is for this flow of income to end. The pro-life industry and the pro-life Republican senators leech on each other. Pro-life industry organizations simply nibble at the edge of abortion, giving a false confidence to American voters who are actually pro-life; these very pro-life groups then will voice support for Republican candidates. These candidates will act as though they are fighting to end abortion, when in reality they are simply taking just a chip off the the killing machine that we call the abortion industry, giving the voters a sense that they must vote for them so that they could just make another small measure against the murder of unborn children, when in reality it will end nothing. When abortion is not ended, the pro-life industry simply covers up for the politicians, making excuses that they musk keep working to end abortion, while they will directly oppose bills that would abolish abortion as a criminal act. As one good blogger put it:
The Republicans, who like to pay lip-service to the preborn and see value in having them used as political footballs, are more than happy to accommodate the worthless legislation proposed by the pro-life groups. This gets them votes and pro-life endorsements.
The pro-life organizations legitimize the Republicans, and the Republicans legitimize the pro-life organizations. They both win. The one who loses is the helpless preborn whom they both disingenuously claim to care about – but whose suffering they refuse to end.
Many of these “conservatives” use the pro-life title as simply a facade to cover up their own evils. Bill Graham, while declaring himself to be pro-life, said in 1978: “I want to state clearly that I am opposed to abortion, except possibly in cases of rape, incest or when the mother’s life is at stake.” IF abortion is murder, then EVERY abortion must be considered as a crime, without exceptions. This is the consistent position. Consistency is something that is most lacking amongst these modern heretics. They will try to portray themselves as being in support for human life in one moment, but in the next they will advocate some form of violence against the innocent.
Lets see what happens with the Supreme Court. God willing something good will finally come against the evil eugenist institution.