WASHINGTON, DC, Sep 26 — Many of us wake up in the morning from horrific nightmares. Can it be that the “proud” Catholic president of the United States thinks he’s God and brashly offers a new definition of sin? Then, you pick up a newspaper and you came across another story that has you confused about the Governor of California who is actually on the verge of enacting a law that makes murder legal while at the same time, he’s using Scripture to promote the state’s abortion business. Certainly, you say to yourself, “has the world gone mad?”
Let’s start with America’s Panderer-in-Chief, Joe Biden. Greedy for a following that might ensure his position and that might have the power to guarantee a do-what-he-says progressive Congress, Mr. Biden is publicly denouncing the teachings of his own church. He calls himself a reverent, practicing Catholic yet he uses his position as President of the United States to promote abortion.
Biden is being widely criticized for his approach. As Bishop Thomas J. Tobin, of Providence, Rhode Island, twittered last week, “President Biden cannot be both a devout Catholic and a pro-abortion zealot. The two are mutually exclusive. He is a poor, lost, and confused soul. Truly, we need to pray for him, every day.” Though he boasts about his religious beliefs, Biden apparently never read the Catechism of the Catholic Church, which states: “Since the first century the Church has affirmed the moral evil of every procured abortion. This teaching has not changed and remains unchangeable. Direct abortion, that is to say, abortion willed as an end or a means, is gravely contrary to the moral law.”
Question: is he lying or is he suffering from the onset of dementia, as Congressman Greg Murphy, M.D. [R-NC] suggests?
Meanwhile, California Governor Gavin Newsom has a bill sitting on his desk that, if and when he signs it into law, would extend abortion — or murder, as some call it — beyond the actual birth of a child. According to the Epoch Times, “Under the legislation, if a person withholds or omits care from an infant—which a coroner might note as an ‘unattended fetal death’—whether that infant is full-term, premature, or born alive but subsequently dies due to lack of care, the person would be immune to civil or criminal liability or penalty, no matter what the coroner finds.”
Jordan Sekulow, executive director of the constitutional law firm American Center for Law and Justice, says the legislation’s language “could effectively legalize infanticide up to twenty-eight days after the baby is born [the perinatal period] ‘for any reason’.”
Sekulow said the ambiguity of the language of the legislation can mean whatever you might want it to mean because; it is “open to interpretation.” And that could allow “doctors to claim an infant’s death was ‘due’ to something that happened in utero, or before birth; the language would ‘effectively bar’ any investigation. “People would be protected regardless of whether the death of the child was caused by their actions or their omission with regard to their pregnancy and their care of the infant born alive.”
Newsom also appears to have taken a tip from his overlord, Joe Biden; he’s gone public with a multi-state, broad-based billboard campaign that uses religious themes to draw abortion business from other states. “Need an abortion? California is ready to help,” boasts one such outdoor advertisement that quotes Jesus Christ who said, “Love your neighbor as yourself. There is no greater commandment than these.”
What the footnote means is anybody’s guess but Kathleen Domingo, executive director of the California Catholic Conference, is appalled. She told the Catholic News Agency that “It is unconscionable that these ads distort Scripture to support abortion, specifically in states that have already dramatically limited abortion in favor of supporting life.”
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