The 43rd anniversary of the Roe vs. Wade ruling is today, January 22nd, 2016. Since then almost 59 million babies have been murdered.
In honor of this anniversary, the Center for Reproductive Rights has released a series of videos that feature celebrities reading the true accounts of women who had “doctors” murder their unborn children.
One of these accounts says:
“What I remember most about my experience is how the women I love stepped up to support the decision I was choosing to make, because the life they were most concerned about was mine.”
I ask, “What about the life of the child that was murdered?”
Another of these accounts says:
“I’m proud I had the guts to make the right choice for myself. When I become a parent, I’ll teach my children that the bravest thing they can do is plan for their future. How can we trust women to make smart choices for their children but not trust them with the decision to have children?”
I ask, “So is the smart choice for your child to murder your child?”
I also wonder if when this woman becomes a parent, she’ll realize that she murdered one of her children.
One woman reflects on her mother’s support in the murder of her grandchild:
“I will never forget what she said to me: ‘Being a parent should be a gift, not a punishment.’ My amazing mother drove me to the clinic; she even paid for the procedure. Our nearest option was hours from where we lived and at a time when I could barely afford gas. She was my only lifeline. I was really lucky to have that lifeline. What about the women who don’t?”
I ask, “Who was the lifeline for your child that your mother paid to have murdered?”
And for the women who don’t have a mother who supports the murder of her grandchild, I’m sure they have Obamacare and wonderful caring organizations like Center for Reproductive Rights.
I realize that all I have done is ask questions, but these questions are about the rights of the unborn. Right now, the unborn do not have any rights if their mother can legally have them killed. Children have a right to life or they do not. Mothers have a right to kill their children or they do not.