A Generation Soaked In Blood

Still Have To Protest

In the 1960’s and 1970’s, people like this woman fought for the right to kill their own children. Their ‘success’ has resulted in 60,000,000 dead Americans. But what did they succeed in doing, exactly? This is the ultimate question when it comes to human rights. Their ‘accomplishment’ was convincing a majority of American’s that we should once again strip a group of human beings of their human rights. Until Roe v. Wade, prenatal Americans were protected by the Constitution and possessed human rights. After this unjust decision by the same Supreme Court that once declared that Africans weren’t human beings, America has slaughtered millions of her own young.

This woman won’t give up the fight to kill prenatal children because she, and those like her, are so soaked in blood that they cannot allow themselves to pass away without believing that what they inflicted on our society was for the common good. The reality is that they ushered in our world’s only remaining holocaust. In fact, the number of lives lost to abortion has eclipsed every other cause of death in recorded history, combined.

They have to keep protesting for the right to kill because people know that slaughtering prenatal children is wrong. This isn’t some philosophical abstraction. Abortion literally rips living human beings to pieces. It destroys the fabric of humanity and has negatively impacted each and every one of us. Women don’t need to fight for the right to kill their children to be equal to men, they need to fight for the right to be cared for and protected while they are caring for and protecting the most precious resource America has — her next generation.

Don’t believe the lie that women can’t be equal unless their children die.

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