Welcome to the JLL Letter.
It is always a blessing to be
able to post good news when it comes to stopping abortion and saving lives. And there was very good news. Since the Dobbs decision taking abortion back to the states, it is now estimated that 32,000 unborn children were spared death by abortion. We would like to see all abortion banned. Now that the laws are decided in the states, it was inevitable that in some states baby killing would be reinforced. Nevertheless, every baby is a miracle and a blessing, and we must acknowledge and give thanks to G-d that in 14 states, the babies that likely would be killed by abortion are being saved.
With good news comes the bad. In several radical abortion states, ballot initiatives were introduced that invalidated some state pro-life laws. But it's worse than that. In states like Minnesota and Ohio, the baby killers included measures that are more horrifying and evil beyond anything we've seen in the past. Voters said YES to codifying their state Constitutions to allow for all abortions all the time, for any reasons without exceptions or limitations.
How did the baby killers do it? With massive inflows of cash for pro-abortion PACs. Three PACs raised $41 million dollars. The abortion forces were well-funded were able to outspend pro-life groups, enabling them to engage in deceptive advertising and promote a false message. The twisted language in these initiatives are devised to deceive voters. "The Right to Reproductive Freedom with Protections for Health and Safety," obfuscates what Issue 1 will do. Now that it was approved, parents will not have a right to know if their minor children are being taken in for abortion operations or given dangerous chemical abortion drugs which can be sent by mail. Sexual abusers and adult males who impregnate children are protected by law. Abortion will be allowed for any reason for all nine months of pregnancy. Sex-change surgeries and hormones for minors is now a Constitutional right in Ohio.
And the worst part is, now that the ballot initiatives are codified into state constitutions future conservative legislators may not be allowed to change the laws.
If Ohio voters had read "The Truth About Issue 1" would they have voted differently? One would hope so.
But what happened in Montana indicates otherwise. In 2022, Montanans voted on LR-131. The language was clear:
"An infant born alive is a legal person for all purposes under the laws of the state and is entitled to the protections of the laws, including the right to appropriate and reasonable medical care and treatment."
Montanans rejected saving the lives of born children, 52 to 47%.
The Democrats are planning to introduce similar ballot initiatives in states like South Dakota, Florida and Texas.
Something is wrong in America and the evil and menace that has taken over isn't getting reversed at the ballot box. It's true that our messaging is not getting out. But it's more than that. The COVID dress rehearsal in forced public compliance proved that Americans would gladly gave up all their freedoms for the "common good." But the voters sent the same Democrats who took away their freedoms back to office in November 2022.
Nothing is guaranteed or off limits. People are inherently bad or inherently dumb. They tend to look for the good in everything at their own peril. Or they look at what is evil and they embrace it.