ROE V. WADE IS DEAD!
This is a wonderful time to be alive.
Greetings and Shalom!
I have been involved in the pro-life movement for over 30 years. I never thought I'd see the day when the Supreme Court would overturn Roe v. Wade. I still can't believe it.
The justices ruled that there is no Constitutional right to abortion. Of course, pro-lifers always knew that's true. It is never a right to kill another living human being.
Once the draft decision was made public, I was concerned that it took so long for the final decision to be released. Because of the terrorist attacks on the justices and the assassination attempt on Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, I thought one of the five justices would reconsider and change their vote. Thank G-d they did the right thing and now it is up to the states to decide.
One day, I am hopeful there will be a Personhood Amendment that will protect all human life nationwide from conception onward.
We are still susceptible to the legal maneuvering of demonic pro-aborts in their defense of baby killing. The Democrats are trying to pass a federal statute that would codify Roe v. Wade on the federal level. That may mean a nullification of state pro-life laws despite the overturning of Roe v. Wade.
We need a Personhood Amendment.
Judges who support Roe v. Wade are already blocking new abortion bans in red states. Why can't pro-life judges do the same thing, by stepping in to reverse pro-abortion laws in blue states?
Maybe a lawyer can help me out with that question...?
In my current article I talk about what to expect in the aftermath of the Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe. Abortion zealots are coming out in droves, attacking pro-life pregnancy centers and destroying churches including the total destruction of a church that was a national landmark. Pro-abortion violence is out of control.
It's obvious that Attorney General Merrick Garland is doing a terrific job investigation these federal crimes. Oh, and what is happening with the investigation of the leaker? Nothing. Whoever was responsible did not get what he/she wanted.
First and foremost, we must thank G-d. G-d works through imperfect people to make wonderful things happen.
Second, we should thank President Trump. Back in the days when President Trump hosted The Apprentice, or the 1970s when he was building his real estate empire in NYC, did anyone dream that he would become a one-term president who would nominate three justices who would overturn Roe v. Wade?