Alabama Democrat State Rep. John Rogers finally says what we all know was happening, he just blurted out the truth in his confusion. In opposing a ban on abortion in his state, the pro-baby murderer stated, “It ought to be a woman’s choice. . . . Some kids are unwanted. So you kill them now or you kill them later. You bring them into the world unwanted, unloved, then send them to the electric chair.”
Here’s the video of Rogers making the Nazi-like statement.
Here’s Democratic state rep. John Rogers opposing an abortion ban in Alabama: “It ought to be a woman’s choice. . . . Some kids are unwanted. So you kill them now or you kill them later. You bring them into the world unwanted, unloved, then send them to the electric chair.” pic.twitter.com/WMvTKBWipg
— Alexandra DeSanctis (@xan_desanctis) May 1, 2019
“I’m not about to be the male tell a woman what to do with her body,” he said, not mentioning that the body being slaughtered was not the woman’s but the baby’s. “She has a right to make that decision herself.”
“Some kids are unwanted, so you kill them now or kill them later,” he said. “You bring them into the world unwanted, unloved, then you send them to the electric chair. So you kill them now or you kill them later. But the bottom line is that I think we shouldn’t be making this decision.”
Doh! I’ll bet Democrats cringed at that statement because they’ve been trying to hide what they actually advocate and that is the murder of unborn American children.
In a statement, Alabama Senate Majority Leader Greg Reed (R) called Rogers’s remarks “chilling.”
“‘Kill them now, or you kill them later’?” he said. “His comments should be condemned at the state and national level.”
“Every human life, no matter how weak or small, has inherent dignity because we are all made in the image of God. House Bill 314, which the House passed 74-3, recognizes and protects the dignity of human life, and the Alabama Senate looks forward to debating and voting on this important pro-life measure in the coming days,” he added.
— Alabama Senate GOP (@ALSenateRepubs) May 2, 2019
Well yes, but sadly, Republicans have been advancing what they call “pro-life bills,” which are little more than abortion regulation bills. Still, Reed is correct. Not only should Rogers’ comments be condemned, but so should abortion. No one has the right to choose to end another’s life.
“This is stomach curling,” Donald Trump Jr. wrote as he called on Democratic presidential candidates to respond.
This is stomach curling and makes Ralph Northam look like a moderate on abortion.
Every Democrat running for President needs to be asked where they stand on this. The extreme turn we've seen from Dems on abortion recently is truly sickening. https://t.co/KchZfqvQMK
— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) May 1, 2019
I agree with Trump, Jr., but how about we also deal with his father unconstitutionally funding Planned Parenthood that actually performs these murders? How about we get the White House to respond to that instead of making this out to be a purely political move?
Yeah, nobody wants to touch that one or it might have election consequences, right? Hypocrites!
Republican state Rep. Bradley Byrne, who is running against Democrat Doug Jones for his US Senate seat used the opportunity to promote his campaign for the Senate.
“Alabama deserves a 100% pro-life voice representing us in the US Senate,” Byrne wrote on Twitter.
It’s an abomination that Alabama has a Senator in @DougJones who is unabashedly pro-abortion & refuses to stand up to this type of extremism from members of his party in defense of innocent human life.
Alabama deserves a 100% pro-life voice representing us in the US Senate. https://t.co/Mpz5EbXhaI
— Bradley Byrne (@BradleyByrne) May 2, 2019
Here’s Rogers talking about his baby murder bill.
AL.com reports on the bill that Rogers was standing against.
The “Human Life Protection Act,” or HB314, approved in the Alabama House of Representatives and now pending in the Senate, would make performing – by a doctor or someone else – an abortion a Class A Felony, punishable by 20 to 99 years in prison, or attempting to perform an abortion a Class C felony.
The bill makes no exceptions for a pregnancy as a result of rape or incest, but does make exceptions for “serious health risk[s] to the unborn child’s mother.” The bill compares the number of aborted fetuses to those who died in the Holocaust and the Rwandan genocide.
Rep. Terri Collins, R-Decatur, said HB314’s purpose is solely to challenge the U.S. Supreme Court’s 1973 decision in Roe V. Wade.
During the House debate Tuesday, she tabled two possible amendments to the bill aimed at changing the rape and incest language because it would hinder the bill’s chances of being challenged by the Supreme Court. Collins said she hopes after the Supreme Court overturns Roe V. Wade Alabama will be able to make a completely different law that determines abortion laws in the state.
Rape and incest are irrelevant when it comes to life. You don’t punish the innocent for the crimes of the guilty. Furthermore, I wish these people would understand that Roe v. Wade is not law and does not apply to anyone except in the case that bears its name, and even in that, it is an unlawful ruling. When people finally get it through their heads that the Supreme Court has zero authority to legislate, then maybe we’ll get back to ignoring them when it comes to abortion… and marriage… and Obamacare… and the Second Amendment, and a host of other unlawful rulings they’ve issued that have no basis in American government, Common Law or the Bible.
Article posted with permission from The Washington Standard
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