The National Kill Your Preborn Child for Any Reason Action League (aka NARAL Pro-Choice America) isn’t too pleased by President Trump’s executive order designed to shore up the religious liberties of organizations, churches, and individuals from being eroded by federal regulations within the Treasury and Justice Departments. To the advocates of abortion-on-demand, religion is inherently discriminatory because its members have biblical principles.
During a rally outside the White House on Wednesday, NARAL took to Twitter to express its disgust of all things good and moral.
For NARAL, discrimination is a dirty word. For the sensible, it’s a means by which we distinguish differences. When used properly it helps us make informed decisions. Colleges discriminate by enrolling students who have good grades. Business owners discriminate by offering discounts for military and seniors. Employers discriminate by hiring individuals who will best represent the interests of a company. NARAL discriminates by only hiring staff who think tearing the arms and legs off preborn children make women equal.
Religious freedom isn’t just the “law of the land.” It’s a right endowed by our Creator. The idea of an employer or business owner setting standards in compliance with his own religious conviction is incredibly offensive to radical feminists. Principles suggest rules. Rules suggest order. Breaking the rules causes disorder. This is why NARAL and Planned Parenthood celebrate sex without rules. In their minds if there are no rules, there’s no disorder, and therefore no accountability for the consequences.
But we know sex has rules. When you break the rules, what happens? Heartbreak, disease, exploitation, abuse, and even debt from healthcare costs.
In Matthew 10: 11-14, Jesus gives His disciples instructions for preaching:
And whatever town or village you enter, find out who is worthy in it, and stay with him until you depart. As you enter the house, salute it. And if the house is worthy, let your peace come upon it; but if it is not worthy, let your peace return to you. And if anyone will not receive you or listen to your words, shake off the dust from your feet as you leave that house or town.
Why just the young? Why not the old?
Abortion advocates love telling Christians: “Jesus never said anything about abortion!” as a defense of feticide. Well, neither does the Constitution. So how can they claim it’s a constitutional right? If something is a constitutional right, then it’s because the Constitution mentions it.
In fact, we can’t think of anything NARAL won’t equate with “reproductive freedom,” including the environment, equal pay, voting rights, or immigration. There must be an office memo dictating that whatever social justice issue is a hot topic that week must also be synonymous with reproductive freedom.
But this tweet makes as much sense as cotton balls in your coffee. Put in context with all of NARAL’s other tweets, is it for or against religious liberty?
But what if the Muslim community welcomes that wedge?
Female-only gyms and colleges? DISCRIMINATION!
A business owner might open his doors to everyone, but that doesn’t require the business owner to serve everyone. These people have every right to deny service for legitimate reasons.
“We’ll show you what winning looks like.”
Um, who’s president of the United States?
Religious freedom is why the United States came into existence. We have the right to practice our faith without NARAL, Planned Parenthood, and their government friends telling us how to practice it. Our Constitution forbids them from doing so. For all the whining about bodily autonomy and “controlling women’s bodies,” the agencies celebrating the deaths of millions of preborn children are working to control how people practice their faith with the end goal in mind—abolishing it.