During the 1980’s and 90’s, I spent much of my time writing letters to the editor to local newspapers. I wrote about moral issues, primarily about abortion. I’m in Maryland, so the greater percentage of newspapers are uber liberal. They published most of my letters because the editors loved the hateful rebuttals which would flood in.
Most people who rebutted my stance on abortion as ‘murder’ would argue that in the early stages of development the ‘fetus’ was merely a mass of unrecognizable cells. This was and is the same argument used to talk frightened girls and women into having the abortion with no regrets. “It’s simply a mass of cells” they say.
I wrote back and argued that as time passed, the horrific disregard for life would prompt doctors to murder the unborn in late state gestation. I was laughed at for suggesting such a thing!
And here we are, brethren, blood thirsty people marching in our streets, and voting for murdering babies ‘after’ they are born. This is DEMONIC and is one of the main reasons that God’s fierce judgment against us is a certainty!
Conservatives on Twitter tore into Montana residents after they voted “No” on a Republican-backed referendum to ensure medical care for babies delivered alive at any point in pregnancy, including those delivered after botched abortions.
On election day, Montana voters were given the option to affirm or deny Legislative Referendum 131 being signed into law. With nearly all the votes in as of Thursday afternoon, The Associated Press called the race.
With 95% of the vote in, 52.4% of Montana resident voted “No” on the referendum, as opposed to 47.6% who voted “Yes.”
Abortion-rights supporters promoting their position at the Kentucky Capitol. (AP Photo/Bruce Schreiner, File)
If residents had voted “Yes,” the referendum would have enacted a law guaranteeing any infant born alive at any stage of pregnancy protections as a “legal person” and would impose criminal penalties on any health care worker that doesn’t provide adequate medical care to these babies.
The measure comes from House Bill 167, sponsored by Republican state representative Matt Regier. Kaiser Health News reported that Regier intended the bill and referendum “to protect infants who have survived abortions from being denied medical care and being left to die.”
Pro-life Twitter users were outraged that Montana voted to deny the referendum, accusing the state’s residents of voting “to let babies die.”
Abbey Williams of Brandon, Miss. holds a sign at the Capitol in Jackson, Miss., voicing her opposition to state legislatures passing abortion bans that prohibit most abortions once a fetal heartbeat can be detected, Tuesday, May 21, 2019. In addition, there are no provisions for rape or incest. Mississippi is among the states that have passed and signed into law such legislation. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)
Defense attorney and conservative commentator Marina Medvin tweeted, “Police are required to give medical care to homicidal maniacs who shoot at them. Society demands that convicted serial killers be given medical care and food in prison. But Montana says that innocent babies should not be given milk or medical care. This doesn’t compute.”
Pro-life user “Eudaimonia” tweeted, “Colorado moved to legalize shrooms and Montana says that babies born prematurely aren’t legal persons but tell me more about the slippery slope ‘fallacy.’”
Pro-life activist Abby Johnson was disturbed by the results of the vote, tweeting, “I’m horrified that even ONE person would vote in Montana to deny babies healthcare after they’ve already been born. They’re basically saying they want the babies left out to die. We need Jesus to save our nation. Desperately.”
Daily Wire senior editor Cabot Phillips remarked, “Montana has voted to let babies die on operating tables if they survive an abortion attempt. We deserve the judgment we will face for our wickedness.”
Protesters hold a green sign protesting Roe vs. Wade being overturned in New York City. (Peter Gerber/Fox News Digital