In this episode of Ridiculous Attempts by ‘Faith-Based’ Liberals to Rationalize Embrace of Abortion…
The examples are many; the efforts are epic. The lengths to which pro-abortion liberals who also claim to be devout believers will go to convince voters that their embrace of abortion fits within the theology of their respective faith ranges from outrageous to hilarious and everywhere in between.
“Devout Catholic” Joe Biden, who has been admonished by Pope Francis to stop referring to himself as such, not only supports on-demand abortion until birth; he obscenely refers to the unconscionable practice of killing an unborn human being as an essential health care service.
“Very Catholic Person” Nancy Pelosi, recently excommunicated by San Francisco’s archbishop, refers to late-term abortion as sacred ground. The hypocrisy is exceeded only by the total lack of moral certitude.
Then we have Georgia Democrat, gubernatorial candidate, and “woman of faith,” Stacey Abrams.
In a video Abrams shared on social media in July, as reported by The Blaze, Abrams attempted to rationalize the oxymoronic: “The decision to be pro-choice is exactly part of my faith.” She added: “I cannot strike down another person’s rights simply because I don’t agree.”
Sorry, no. Abortion is not a “right,” Ms. Adams — despite your misguided actions and those of your pro-abortion brethren to lie about the intent of the Supreme Court’s June decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.
As bad, or worse; Abrams’s attempts to exploit the crap out of her “woman of faith” nonsense:
As a woman of faith, I know that my faith should never be used as a sword to strike down others but instead as a shield to protect. I cannot strike down another person’s rights simply because I don’t agree.
Simply, these people have no shame. Worse? They don’t give a damn.
As a woman of faith, I know that my faith should never be used as a sword to strike down others but instead as a shield to protect.
I cannot strike down another person’s rights simply because I don’t agree. pic.twitter.com/xzNAmrYYNc
— Stacey Abrams (@staceyabrams) July 3, 2022
In another mind-blowing moment in the video, Abrams — who again, avidly supports murdering unborn children until birth — incredulously declared that, according to her faith, “You protect the vulnerable and you wrap them in your love.” You wanna tell her, or should I?
Abrams wasn’t simply riffing about abortion for the above video; she has a long history of fervent support for on-demand abortion. During a recent interview, Abrams told Yahoo News she believes politicians shouldn’t interfere with a woman’s decision on whether to get an abortion, and her own religious faith has reinforced her pro-abortion-rights views.
It is a medical decision. And while your faith tradition may tell you that you personally do not want to make that choice, it is not my right as a Christian to impose that value system on someone else because the value that should overhang everything is the right to make our own decisions, the free will that the God I believe in gave us. And my responsibility as a legislator is to make certain that we allow doctors and nurses and medical professionals to make medical decisions and that politicians stay out of it.
Got it. In Abrams’s mind, medical professionals should have the right to make life or death decisions for the most vulnerable among us — human beings who cannot yet make those decisions for themselves.
Coupla questions, Ms. Abrams.
Why should a disinterested doctor or nurse, as you say, have the “right” — given that “right” by a pro-abortion federal government — to end the life of a helpless, perfectly healthy unborn human being, when that decision is not a medical decision, as you claim, but rather a moral and/or faith-based decision?
Oh, and Ms. Abrams? Your statement about the role of politicians in the ongoing battle over abortion is hypocritical as hell. While you claim that other politicians — presumably pro-life politicians committed to protecting the unborn — should stay out of the abortion discussion, you and your pro-abortion comrades not only remain up to your eyeballs in the controversy; you fan the flames incessantly.
Know why? [rhetorical question]
Because, as we both know, you are simply trolling for votes. What a despicable way to live.