'Faith' Leaders Ignore 'Thou Shalt Not Kill' and 'Bless' Texas Abortion Clinic Instead


A group of pseudo-religious leaders gathered outside an abortion clinic earlier this month to “bless” the facility and the culture of death it houses. Because much like ancient cultures that use to burn children alive to appease their pagan gods, nothing says "spirituality" quite like killing infants.

The group, who are about as godly as I am a mermaid, gathered outside the Whole Women's Health clinic in McAllen Texas to sing songs and affirm the clinic's work, including their legally sanctioned ability to poison and suck the brains out of a living reborn infant.

"We do this to support the community, to tell the world that people of faith don't all think the same thing about abortion," Sonia Miller with the Texas Freedom Network told KGBT-TV. "There are many people of faith and leaders that are 100 percent with women having their choice.”

The Rev. Cari Jackson, a United Church of Christ minister and Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice member, added that it’s "ungodly" to keep women from getting abortions.

As if that weren’t quite nauseating enough, in a perverse twist, the group included Christian children’s anthems during their “blessing” of the murder mill, singing, "This little light of mine, I'm gonna let it shine.”

According to KVEO, “The group who gathered in McAllen claims there is no singular and universal religious message about abortion in the Bible.”

Apparently, everyone in the group missed “Thou shalt not murder” in their copy of the 10 Commandments.

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