2/20 Biden celebrating abortion

Throughout the off-year state elections in Virginia, the Democratic Party saw that abortion was the big-ticket winner. The democrats pounded the airwaves characterizing their opponents as Trump anti-abortion extremists. Now Joe Biden is taking his political preborn killing strategy nationwide. Katie Cox, the woman who sued Texas so she could abort her baby has been invited to Biden’s State of the Union as an honored guest. Cox will be sitting next to First Lady Jill. Cox lost her case at the Texas Supreme Court, but she had already traveled out of state for an abortion. This is portrayed by the pro-death crowd as a horrible, extremist violation of her rights. But there’s a lot more to the story.

In July 2023, 15 women sued Texas saying that the state’s abortion law didn’t provide exceptions for if the mother’s life was in jeopardy. The case went to the Texas Supreme Court and lost because the women couldn’t prove that their lives were in danger. Cox and another Biden supporter OB-GYN Dr. Austin Dennard had out-of-state abortions. They both had very similar situations and both are lending their stories to the Biden campaign to position Republicans and Trump as right-wing extremists. Dennard has done a campaign ad chuck full of problematic claims upon which the Biden folks are building their entire campaign in an effort to brainwash people that killing their preborn kids is righteous.

In the commercial, Dr. Dennard, the married mother of three living children, says, “I never thought that I would need an abortion for a planned pregnancy, But I did. Two years ago, I became pregnant with a baby I desperately wanted. At a routine ultrasound, I learned that the fetus would have a fatal condition, and that there was absolutely no chance of survival. In Texas, you are forced to carry that pregnancy, and that is because of Donald Trump overturning Roe v. Wade. The choice was completely taken away. I was to continue my pregnancy, putting my life at risk. It’s every woman’s worst nightmare, and it was absolutely unbearable.” Obviously, Trump did not overturn Roe v Wade, the US Supreme Court did. The fatal condition of the fetus she speaks of, anencephaly, poses no risk to the mother’s life.

Dennard testified that she had a previous abortion because the fetus was diagnosed with Noonan Syndrome, a disability, but also not life-threatening to the mother. This demonstrates a pattern that Dennard did not want to have a child with a disability, not that her life was endangered. She said, “I recognized that day in that moment that I was not critically ill. I was not hemorrhaging. I was not septic.” Dennard chose to kill her preborn children because she didn’t find them acceptable. Psalm 127:3 says, “Behold, children are a heritage from the Lord. The fruit of the womb is a reward.” This is not about Trump or the Supreme Court in either Cox’s or Dennard’s cases. But it is about extremism—the radical fanaticism of celebrating abortion as a “right” to destroy the heritage from the Lord.






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Bill Wilson