Startling headlines like this one—“Court Exonerates Mom in Newborn’s Death, Rules 6-Day-Old Baby Not a ‘Person’”—always give me a jolt.
The mother in this case, Jennifer Jorgensen, “was speeding, intoxicated, and not wearing a seatbelt when she crashed her car while she was eight months pregnant. Jorgensen’s blood alcohol level was .06 and the anti-anxiety medication Clonazepam was in her system.”
The doctors delivered her baby by caesarian section, and for six days the child clung to life, but then died. The mother was initially found guilty of manslaughter, but on appeal a five-member majority of the court of appeals overturned the conviction, arguing that “the law criminalizing such conduct is located in the statute on intentional self-abortion, where the offense is ‘no greater than a misdemeanor.’”
In other words, a chill wind has once again blown against personhood among the most vulnerable in our midst. Now this newborn child, like her countless numbers of preborn brothers and sisters, has fallen victim to judicial fiat and an official denial of her undeniable humanity.
Reading a decision like this reminds me of countless manipulations Planned Parenthood has used in courts across the land to free itself from the encumbrances of moral sanity and ethical actions. Just this past week, an Alabama judge ruled that even though the state had decided to defund Planned Parenthood, the state had to restore the funding. Why? Because just like the pronouncements made by the Obama administration, “defunding Planned Parenthood for reasons not related to the quality of care provided would violate federal law.”
Since when does killing a preborn child equate with quality health care, you might ask? Well, the answer is clear.
What was once deemed wrong is now right; what was once considered a criminal act against innocent persons is now considered business as usual.
This is the state of things in our nation today. Sadly, pro-life America is all too familiar with it. Let us count the ways.
- Planned Parenthood’s slaughter of over six million human beings. The resulting destruction of families in every community.
- The butchering of human beings for experimentation and profit-making off the sale of their body parts.
- The heartless laughter of “professionals” responsible for heinous crimes against humanity and getting filthy rich off their heinous labor.
- A relentless propaganda campaign lying about the virtues of death and tyranny against helpless victims.
- An equally guilty news media driving to protect death and those responsible at any cost.
- A public that is sleepy and numb and indifferent to sin, slaughter, and suffering.
- Politicians gorged on blood money and willing to protect and promote evil for the good of the dictatorship.
- Christian shepherds silent, invisible.
This is not 1939 Nazi Germany. This is 2015 America. The New Reich is Planned Parenthood.
The decline in morality in America today, starting with ignorance toward the humanity of the preborn child from which flows the evils of Planned Parenthood and its allies, can only lead one to conclude that, without God and His laws, demonic influences will continue to grow among us.
To prove my point, please read the responses from two well-known American exorcists on the topic of whether or not there is something diabolical about abortion.
Fr. Gary Thomas articulated, “Abortion is a doorway to the demonic because it involves the destruction of an innocent human being. . . . This decline in morality is growing rapidly and provides the opportunity for Satan to have a foothold in a family’s life. I do not believe that most people who are believers in ‘choice’ realize this. That is part of the seduction of Satan who will disguise his presence in these choices.
Fr. Vince Lampert stated, “Anything that attacks human life has to be viewed as evil, for the human person is created in the image and likeness of God.”
And there you have it. The NEW REICH has unleashed the demons of death and destruction among us.
God alone will help us drive them out! Pray for the nation and for the strength to persevere. The babies are counting on us.