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Evildoers among Women

By Judie Brown

Sometimes women do or say things so incredibly wicked that I get chills down my spine. But this is no horror movie of which I speak. This is real life right here in America.

Thirty-six-year-old Ginny Lubitz of West Fargo, North Dakota, drowned her newborn baby earlier this year. She claimed she had planned to have an abortion but then thought she had a miscarriage in November. She killed her baby boy in May of this year by drowning him in an inch of water in the bathtub. Lubitz has pleaded “not guilty.”

Twenty-eight-year-old Alyssa Hazel Baker of Travis County, Texas, gave birth to a baby boy while working at Souper Salad. She then tossed her baby boy—alive—into a dumpster. Thanks to the quick thinking of a coworker and local police, the baby, later named Creighton, lived. Baker is being held on attempted capital murder charges.

Fifty-five-year-old Wendy Davis represented the 10th district in the Texas Senate for several years and is a well-known proponent of abortion, Planned Parenthood, and other evils. Davis came into national prominence when she waged an 11-hour filibuster in the Texas legislature against a law that curtailed late-term abortion. A state senator at the time, Davis failed in her effort but was vindicated later when the Supreme Court ruled that law unconstitutional. Davis celebrated saying, “It’s incredible news for the women of Texas. It’s incredible news for women throughout this country.” It’s no wonder that she finds abortion so “incredible.” In a 2015 interview, Davis said that she aborted her 20-week-daughter “out of love” when she learned that the baby had “irreparable and non-life sustaining brain deformation or malformation.”

Thirty-eight-year-old Chelsea Clinton, Hillary and Bill’s only child, recently claimed that aborting 60 million babies since Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton has added trillions of dollars to our economy!

Economic fallacy

Of course her argument is totally false, as evidenced by the sound economic facts presented by Dennis Howard, founder of the Movement for a Better America. Howard writes:

Abortion has taken the lives of 61.4 million Americans since it was first decriminalized in 1967—an estimated half of them women.

But instead of adding $3.5 trillion to the economy, that loss of lives has caused a cumulative GDP deficit of $62.6 trillion that continues to climb with each passing year. By 2040, that cumulative deficit will likely reach $400 trillion.

In short, it is the biggest drag ever on the U.S. economy, which makes Roe v. Wade the most costly Supreme Court decision in U.S. history.

But facts are not what Davis or Clinton are all about. Their hyper-enthusiastic support for abortion is all that matters to those who will do or say anything to bring the argument back to the idea that pregnancy and babies are bad and reproductive freedom and dead babies are good.

So, when you think about the gruesome actions of mothers like Ginny Lubitz and Alyssa Hazel Baker—mothers intent on getting rid of their babies—don’t ever forget that it is propagandists like Davis and Clinton who plant these seeds in the minds of others.

If abortion is a right, why not infanticide, ladies? Evildoers among women would agree, wouldn’t they?


Learn the facts.

Teach the truth.

Protest the evil.

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