You don’t need to be a rocket scientist or a prophet to know that, in the aftermath of Roe v. Wade, it’s going to get very ugly on the streets of America. As I tweeted, “The overturning of Roe v. Wade is revealing the real spirit behind abortion. It is murderous, violent, angry, and full of venom and hate. The attacks on churches and pro-life clinics are par for the course. Abortion has become a pseudo-religious rite; it was never a moral right.”
We know, of course, that not everyone involved in the abortion industry is dead set on evil. Think of the teenage girl who agonized over her decision to terminate her pregnancy, living with regret in the years that followed. But in the heat of the moment, she felt abortion was her only choice.
Or consider the parents wrestling with what to do with the report that their beloved, precious baby in the womb has a severe congenital defect, destined at best to live a few months or a year, and that in great agony. Is not abortion the merciful thing to do? Isn’t that better than watching your child die slowly in front of your eyes, dominating