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Senate Vote: Life in Prison For Abortion! | God Bless Alabama: Abortion Law Could Stop America's Holocaust (Vital Videos)

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Shame on false prophet Pat Robertson for saying Alambama went too far!  No more watering down the pro-life position to appease the moderates and the Left. If you believe life is sacred and worthy of protection, then that means just that. The circumstances of conception do not determine the value of the child’s life. Alabama’s law is morally right and good for this country.

The country’s strictest abortion bill was previously approved by the Alabama House of Representatives and will now go to Republican Governor Kay Ivey, who has withheld comment on whether she would sign but is generally a strong opponent of abortion. —

The law, which passed 25-6, would take effect six months after being signed by the governor, but is certain to face legal challenge from the American Civil Liberties Union and other groups which have vowed to sue. —




You’re NOT Pro-Life if It’s Only SOME of the Time

Jon Miller

God Bless Alabama: Abortion Law Could Stop America’s #Holocaust



Most restrictive ban in U.S. has no exceptions for #rape, #incest

Abortion advocates already are threatening lawsuits against an unprecedented abortion ban adopted by the Alabama Senate overnight and now heading to the governor.

Regarded as the strictest in the nation, it makes performing an abortion at any stage of pregnancy a felony punishable by up to 99 years in jail, unless the life of the mother is in danger. And there are no exceptions for rape and incest. Women who have an abortion are not punishable under the law.

The lawsuits are exactly what supporters of the bill want.

Their intent is far greater than banning abortion in one state; they want to overturn Roe v. Wade, the 1973 Supreme Court decision that created a right to abortion.

They point to Roe’s fatal flaw, noted in the majority opinion by Associate Justice Harry Blackmun, that the ruling falls apart if the “personhood” of the fetus could be established. reported there were several hours of “contentious debate” before the Senate voted 25-6 to pass the law.

A similar measure already had been approved in the House.

Supporters fought off several attempts to add rape and incest exceptions because they want a “clean bill” that opens the door to court cases and a path to the U.S. Supreme Court for a review of Roe.

Republican Gov. Kay Ivey now will have to decide whether to sign the law, veto it or let it become law without a signature.

Even as lawmakers were voting, abortion advocates were protesting outside, promising the court challenges, which is exactly what the law’s authors and supporters want.

A spokeswoman for the governor has said she will review the final plan before commenting. But observers pointed out that the lopsided vote means an override would be likely.

State Sen. Clyde Chambliss, a Republican, explained: “Roe v. Wade has ended the lives of millions of children. While we cannot undo the damage that decades of legal precedence under Roe have caused, this bill has the opportunity to save the lives of millions of unborn children.”

The vote was part of a national movement to overturn Roe amid the appointment to the U.S. Supreme Court of two conservative justices.

Just a day ago, James Dobson, president of Dr. James Dobson’s Family Talk and the James Dobson Family Institute, said he’s praying that a Georgia law that is part of the campaign would play a role in overturning Roe.

If that happens, the legality of abortions would rest with individual states.

Georgia’s legislature recently adopted a “heartbeat” bill banning abortion after an unborn infant’s heartbeat is detected, making it the sixth state, the fourth just this year, to set that standard. At least half a dozen other states are working on similar laws.

When Blackmun wrote the Roe opinion, science was unclear about the personhood of the unborn.

Blackmun wrote, “If this suggestion of personhood is established, [the pro-abortion] case, of course, collapses, for the fetus’ right to life would then be guaranteed specifically by the [14th] Amendment.”

Staci Fox, a spokeswoman for Planned Parenthood of Alabama, which stands to lose considerable income because of the law, said Alabama politicians “will forever live in infamy” for trying to protect the lives of the unborn.

If it becomes law, it would be effective in six months. Randall Marshall of the American Civil Liberties Union of Alabama told AP a lawsuit already is being drafted. reported bills to protect the lives of the unborn already have been proposed in more than a dozen states this year, with several signed into law.

Georgia, Ohio and Mississippi are among the states that have adopted such laws. In Arkansas, North Dakota, Iowa and Kentucky the laws have been approved but blocked by courts. Each of those cases also could wind up in the Supreme Court.

States where the idea is being developed include Louisiana, South Carolina, Tennessee, Teas, Missouri, Florida, West Virginia, Minnesota, Maryland, Kansas, Illinois and New York.



‘The frontlines of this battle are drawn’

James Dobson, president of Dr. James Dobson’s Family Talk and the James Dobson Family Institute, says he’s praying that a new Georgia law will impact the the nation by playing a role in overturning Roe v. Wade.

The 1973 U.S. Supreme Court decision created a right to abortion, a precedent allowing business operations through which Planned Parenthood gets tens of millions of taxpayer dollars each year.

Georgia’s legislature recently adopted a “heartbeat” bill disallowing abortion after an unborn infant’s heartbeat is detected, making it the sixth state, the fourth just this year, to set that standard. At least half a dozen other states are working on similar laws.

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp signed the law, prompting abortionists and their supporters to erupt in fury. Some Hollywood personalities are demanding their industry now boycott the state, which is popular among filmmakers, offering financial incentives.t

Dobson, who was inducted into The National Radio Hall of Fame, has written dozens of books and created countless resources to equip families raise children and defend their faith.

He offered his gratitude and congratulations to Georgia lawmakers.

They, “in defiance of the abortion industry and the mainstream media, stayed true to their convictions and the people of Georgia who elected them to office,” by adopting the abortion restriction, he said.

“What makes Georgia’s heartbeat bill historic and so important to the wider pro-life fight, is that it acknowledges both biblical truth and natural rights by enshrining into law the inherent humanity of an unborn child.”

He recently interviewed Republican Rep. Jody Hice of Georgia on the issue.

Hice said the bill “does not refer to a fetus … it’s a baby, it’s a person, it’s a child.”

“That personhood aspect of the Georgia heartbeat bill, I believe, is the key element that will eventually make it to the US Supreme Court, and hopefully carry with it the potential of overturning Roe v. Wade,” she said.

Pro-life activists have been plain in their goal of overturning Roe v. Wade, a decision reached at a time when scientific knowledge of fetal development was far less advanced.

In fact, the author of the majority opinion, Justice Harry Blackmun, acknowledged that the concept of personhood for the unborn was the key to the issue.

At that time, science was unclear about the personhood of the unborn.

Blackmun wrote, “If this suggestion of personhood is established, [the pro-abortion] case, of course, collapses, for the fetus’ right to life would then be guaranteed specifically by the [14th] Amendment.”

Dobson wrote: “We at JDFI say yes and amen to Rep. Hice’s words. We pray this bill will have a profound impact not only in Georgia, but also throughout the entire country by overturning Roe v. Wade once and for all. The frontlines of this battle are drawn at the state level.

He noted there are six other states that have signed heartbeat bills, most recently Ohio.

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‘Do you see us being subjected to this sh**?’

The Created Equal organization stages displays on college campuses to persuade people that abortion is wrong.

Plain and simple.

But something about that message has pushed buttons on the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill campus, where a woman grabbed a sign out of the hands of Created Equal members and walked away with it.

To her dismay, however, she walked right into the arms of a police officer and was arrested for larceny.

Caught red handed, she told the officer: “I was going to give it back.”

See the video:

Created Equal is a pro-life group that focuses on training students to defend life, using a traveling photo exhibit.

The group noted the video of the theft again features Austin Beigel, a member of its outreach team who was shown being assaulted in a previous video.

“For years, we have documented violence against young members of our team. But perhaps even more shocking than violent outbursts is the incredulity some perpetrators show when held accountable,” the organization explained.

Created Equal President Mark Harrington said students “being groomed on college campuses to be leaders, writers, and thinkers of the Left are increasing in censorship and violence against those with whom they disagree.”

“Their surprise when held accountable indicates college campuses have become safe spaces for pro-abortion violence. Students at UNC and campuses like it are in dire need of remedial First Amendment training.”

The video shows the woman taking the sign and marching off, only to be halted by a police officer.

He asked, “Did you steal their sign?”

“I just moved it.”

She said the sign “restricts women’s rights.”

She gave up the sign and started walking away, but the officer halted her: “You’re not going anywhere.”

When the officer said, “You stole his sign,” she responded, “He has it back!”

The officer then explained she didn’t have the right to take someone’s property. The officer then informed her of the group’s constitutional rights, pointing out that if she didn’t like their message, she could ignore it.




“Why’d you rip it out of his hands?” the officer asked.

“Because this restricts women’s rights,” the woman responds, as she taps the pro-life placard.

Upon further discussion with the officer, the student tried to portray herself as the victim of injustice.

“Do you see us being subjected to this sh**?” she protested.

The officer explained: “This is a public display. They have a right to be here. If you don’t like their speech, you can go away. You don’t have to watch it.”

“They’re here because they want us to watch them,” the student noted.

“OK, but you can ignore them,” said the officer. “If you ignore them, that takes away their power. It’s just that simple.”

The woman, who seemed on the verge of tears, responded: “It doesn’t matter how much you ignore them. They’re gonna come back, and they’re gonna come back again. And this is why women have such a problem getting abortions in North Carolina. And y’all just let them get away with this sh**.”

Told she’s under arrest for larceny, she was incredulous.

“All I did was walk it over here. I was going to give it back to him,” she told the officer. “I cannot believe this is happening. … Is there something else I can do?”

Online comments were not sympathetic to the young lady’s viewpoint:

“I should try the ‘I just moved it’ excuse when ‘moving’ a laptop from the local electronics store.”

“[She] refused to take personal responsibility, and then put her own spin on what happened as if she was a victim. Are students on campuses really this childish?”

“She wanted the government to use force of arms to censor people who hold views different from her own. She’s a little totalitarian!”

“The fact people think theft and bodily harm is acceptable when you disagree with someone’s opinion, belief, or moral compass scares me for this country’s future.”

“Kindergarten covered keeping your hands to yourself … and The Ten Commandments covers stealing and murder … but she can’t believe she was being arrested. 2+2=5”

“The look on her face when he told her she’s under arrest is the same look she had on her face when she woke up and realized Trump was President. Zero notion of personal responsibility. Zero notion that her feelings don’t negate the rights of others. Excellent police work.”

The incident resulted in a misdemeanor citation against the attacker.

#prolife #NOabortion #prophecy #americashameabortion 


The Bible tells us that every human has sinned and fallen short of the glory of God which is  is a heart-penetrating truth. He has provided a way to cleanse us of our sins since we can never be “good enough” to cleanse ourselves. That avenue to God’s grace, mercy and forgiveness (the cleansing of our sins) is through His only begotten Son, Jesus Christ of Nazareth Who is equally God.

 Not one of us are guaranteed a “tomorrow”. Has your time run out? Will you continue to ignore the promptings of God the Holy Spirit or have you awakened to the essential need for God, risking eternal damnation?

God the Holy Father, God the Holy Son and God the Holy Spirit are One God, the true, living, uncreated God Who is ever-present, all knowing, all powerful and all loving. He desires that every single person be forgiven, saved and to live eternally with Him. He is our only real protection and His love for you is unchanging. Accept Jesus Christ as your Savior, the true Messiah, today.

 You can’t take your salvation for a test drive. You’re all-in or not.

 Admit to Him that you are a sinner in need of forgiveness, that you are truly sorry for your sins.  Acknowledge that He died for your sins, rose from the dead and lives forevermore. Invite Him into your life and to help you to turn from sin. Rejoice! You just became a Christian! Now trust in Him and get to know Him through the Bible which tells us everything we need to know and through prayer/talking to Him. He eagerly desires relationship with you. —-


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