100 Feminists Tell Supreme Court Abortion Is "Right" - Why They're Dead Wrong...
That's an ACTUAL headline. Women talking about why abortion was "right" for them. Like a car insurance commercial.
An abortion case will be argued in front of the Supreme Course Wednesday (yet another reason why the next President is of pivotal importance), and a group of over 100 women have submitted briefs outlining how their past abortions benefited them in an effort to sway the Justices. Scientific? No. Anecdotal and gross? Absolutely. They claim the ability to run their own lives, be prepared for children, and free-spiritedly pursue a career made the decision to kill their babies the "right" decision.
But as noted in the brief filed by more than 3,000 women arguing against abortion, the procedure has been shown to be anything but right or good for women.
“Because abortion is such a difficult and painful decision,” the brief said, “the initial reaction may be relief because the trauma of the actual event is over and the decision making process is over, but that may sow the seeds of trauma and emotional injury that lasts for decades.”
Tossing aside the grave physical and psychological dangers of abortion, these hundred, SJW, leftist feminists are so warped in their worldview that they genuinely seem to believe killing the living, growing baby human inside themselves was a good decision. If only to get ahead of some office paperwork.
Which brings us to the living, growing baby humans that you murdered, ladies. Yes, you. You murdered them. Sugarcoating? Oh, that's the next blog down. Sorry not sorry.
Let me say this before we continue. Pregnancy can be a scary thing, especially for young girls. I get it. I don't think any woman walks into an abortion clinic thinking, "Today I want to murder my unborn child because I'm a horrendous monster." In fact, quite the opposite. I believe the reason most women suffer trauma following an abortion is because of the overwhelming guilt and regret over what they've allowed an abortion doctor to to do to both them and their child. Yes ladies, consent still applies here too. You can tell the man with the lab-coat and forceps that "no means no." To those of you in this boat, I'm not talking to you. Those of you who are seeking healing can find it and there are many great organizations out there that exist specifically to help you. Use them.
Today, I'm talking specifically to these 100 women who are so deplorable they no longer recognize their baby as a human, seeing them as nothing more than a sacrifice at the altar of self. To those of you saying abortion was right for you, here's a question. Have you ever thought about a single person other than yourself? Maybe if you stepped outside of your privileged, entitled little echo-chamber now and then, you'd realize in the grand scheme of things, your SJW, pseudo-feminist movement isn't all that relevant. Maybe your cackling screeches of "my body, my choice!" when it comes down to it... don't matter all that much. Maybe you'd realize that the world doesn't revolve around you.
But murder? Well, that's always relevant. Especially when that child was 100% innocent of any wrongdoing. Yet because of your own actions, you rejected that child and sentence it to death as both judge and jury and found a willing executioner to carry out your sentence.
Your baby was an "inconvenience"? You "weren't ready"?
Say, some might call it an "inconvenience"e to be yanked from your mother's womb and brutally murdered! Maybe your baby wasn't ready to experience that, either?
And while you may not see it in this moment, no. Abortion wasn't good for you. It let you focus on your career? Right. Tell that to your family on your death bed. Assuming anyone's around to listen. No. You're going to look back and remember the time you spent (or didn't spend) with your family and friends, and regret the choice you made. But you weren't ready for a kid? Who is? In reality, is anyone ever "ready" to be a parent? And even if you were incapable of caring for your baby, there are hundreds of families waiting to gladly adopt a child. So not only have you taken a life, but you've actually turned what could have been an incredibly blessing to a wanting family, into a tragedy. But, your womb, your choice and all that, right?
It's time to give up the excuses. Your "choice" destroyed a life. Life is precious, period. Yes, even yours, though you've done everything in your power to taint it with your annoying, corrosive, SJW leftism.
So you can lobby the Supreme Court all you want. You can birkenstock-stomp in all the marches people will tolerate, start all the #Hashtags you want. The fact remains, when your child died, a part of you died, too. A part of you you'll never regain. And that's not "right" ladies. It's downright evil.