House Dems Pass Statute Attacking State Pro-Life Bills

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Primarily along party lines, the Democrat-run House of Representatives Friday, September 24 passed H.R. 3755, what they call the “Women’s Health Protection Act” – a twisted and dark title for any woman who happens to consider the undeniable truism that her “healthy” life started… in the womb.

The vote (218-211) saw a tsunami of Dems support it (only one human-donkey hybrid voted against) and all members of the GOP who were present vote against.

And in her infamously supercilious way, haughty Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) soon took to the mic in front of a globalist “Build Back Better for Women” sign, to say:

In some ways, this is a great day for the women, and, indeed, all of the families of America.

Which is curious, since most families are built through the God-given process of procreation, while some are composed of parents adopting children – who have not been exterminated by so-called “doctors.”

Perhaps when Pelosi uses the term “families” she means the Manson “Family.” It’s very difficult to tell.

Of course, no Pelosi word-maringue harangue would be complete without a petulant swipe at federalism, at the reality that life begins at conception, and at the US Supreme Court, which recently found constitutional a Texas statute that bans the willful taking of a human life six weeks or more after conception.

To her crowd of gathered gatherers Pelosi said:

In another way, it’s sad because this is so necessary, because of the actions of that Supreme Court supporting actions that are shameful, in every way, to our country and what we are about.

What we are about…

Be sure to bow in acquiescence when this tax-parasite displays the gall to tell you “what WE are all about.”

And be ready for the Biden Administration to tell you, also, for, as Jerry Pierce reports for Decision Magazine online:

’In the wake of Texas’ unprecedented attack,’ the White House said, ‘it has never been more important to codify this constitutional right and to strengthen health care access for all women, regardless of where they live.’

If you detect a hint of “let’s divide and concur” by race, you’re correct. As Pierce explains, the Dems in the White House, and Pelosi’s gaggle in the House House, have utterly no shame to paint their move with a false veneer of “social justice,” even when more Americans are becoming aware of the fact that abortion in the US and other nations has a long-term connection to anti-minority eugenics.

The text of the bill also includes race in its rationale for the measure, apparently seeking to position abortion rights at least partly as a racial justice issue.

‘Reproductive justice seeks to address restrictions on reproductive health, including abortion, that perpetuate systems of oppression, lack of bodily autonomy, white supremacy, and anti-Black racism.’

So, get this… These self-important narcissists who violently suck off the sustenance we create through peaceful market exchange actually have written IN THE BILL's text that claims their attempt to nullify state laws protecting life is made, in part, to fight anti-Black (with a capital B?) racism…

Related: Biden 'Justice' Department Files For Injunction Against TX Pro-Life Act | MRCTV

Surely, Margaret Sanger, the eugenicist founder of abortion mill Planned Parenthood, who, in the early 20th Century, openly stated her desire to reduce the population of “Black” people, would applaud – right?

Surely, abortion-on-demand through Sanger’s organization – an organization receiving oodles tax cash thanks to “woke” politicians like Pelosi – surely that hasn’t been one of the deadliest forms of “anti-Black racism” in the history of the world…

As Catherine Davis and Bradley Mattes wrote for the Washington Examiner last year:

The tragic reality is that 79% of Planned Parenthood abortion facilities are located within walking distance of neighborhoods that have proportionately higher populations of black or Latina women.

And they add something else the Dems like Pelosi and Biden might want to run up their flagpoles:

Since Roe v. Wade legalized abortion in 1973, abortion has killed an estimated 20 million black babies — more than the entire black population of 1960.

And the high-octane, racist narrative flip is just one aspect of the up-is-down inversion visible in the bill and in its supporters’ so-called rationales.

This is further evidenced by the fact that the House Dems led by “Roman Catholic” Pelosi and “Roman Catholic” Biden not only call murder a form of “family planning” and add to the insult by claiming their support for a century-old, deadly, race-based purge is, somehow, “pro-Black,” they don’t even bother to recognize the document they swore to protect and defend.

Hint to Nancy and Joe: that would be your US Constitution.

Simply put, their “Constitution” leaves it to the states to define capital murder crimes, and only allows federal intervention if criminals travel over state borders or a crime happens as the accused and the victim move over state lines. The definition of murder is supposed to be a state matter, and since the Fourteenth Amendment requires states to protect all equally, it means that if a state has statutes prohibiting murder, then, as I wrote two weeks ago for MRCTV:

(S)ince, upon conception, a fetus is a distinct person -- a distinct living human being -- laws in any state that supposedly protect non-fetuses from attacks by others are supposed to protect ALL people.

This would mean that the recently passed Texas “Heartbeat Bill” prohibiting the taking of a human life at or after six weeks from conception should be superfluous, since TX laws against murder should include all human life.

But, sadly, too few people understand the axiomatic truth that human life begins at conception. They don’t face the undeniable facts that a fetus is human, with its own distinct DNA, and it is alive, on the great continuum from beginning to demise. As a result, the Texas government passed the extra law, actually excluding humans who only have had up to six weeks to live.

The key, on this new, national battlefield, is that Pelosi and the Bidenistas want to skirt the Constitution to nullify laws like that passed in Texas, and they are so desperate to make it seem like a “civil rights versus racist state politicians” issue, they are exhibiting the chutzpah of claiming to support “Black” Americans, when abortion is a weapon that, for over 100 years in the US, has been used to destroy black human beings.

The Constitution not only doesn’t give them this racialist cover, it already prohibits states from NOT protecting fetuses if those states have statutes prohibiting murder.

And that inversion of reality, that twisted, sick rhetorical attempt to hide their end-run around the Constitution has been made even worse by their pals at the abortion-loving Washington Post.

As the final insult, the report on this, written by the Post’s Felecia Sonmez and Ann E. Marimow appeared with the headline:

House passes bill to create statutory right to abortion as a battle over Texas law heats up

That’s right. The Post used the term “statutory right,” when there is no such thing.

This is the level of ignorance on display in the pop media. This is: the people at the Post thinking that a right can be created by government, by politicians passing statutes, when statutes are supposedly passed to protect the rights we have PRIOR TO AND APART FROM the polis.

Our rights are given to us by God, upon our creation, not by the state.

But perhaps the editors at the WaPo know this, and believe that by repeatedly attacking the idea of God-given rights tied to our God-initiated creation, they can get more and more people worshipping at the altar of the government and make rights as easily revocable as a library card.

And perhaps they do this knowing full well that it will facilitate more abortions in the death cult of government-worship.

More abortions seems to be what they want, as shown by the High Priestess, Nancy Pelosi, and the High Priest, Joe Biden – those “avowed Catholics” -- leading the abortion cult in their incantations of political power. The Senate likely will not pass this, but that is beside the larger points, which are matters of principles and morals.

 

Related: USA Today’s Armour: Women’s Sports Depend on Abortion | MRCTV

 

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