How rich was that moment in the debate when Joe Biden insisted that the only thing he had to do was mention the 230,000 people who have died a COVID related death since March. According to Biden, this is all the indictment needed to charge Trump as an incompetent and flawed President. While I am no fan of Trump the man, Trump the President has done more to bring the real scandal into the forefront and perhaps give us a chance to reconsider the decision to sanction the deaths of the unborn. For what it is worth, it only takes 100 days for the aborted children in America to equal that number of deaths. Sadly, three to four times the number of COVID deaths happen every day, as they did when Biden was VP, without notice -- the legal killing of millions upon millions of Americans! Abortion is not just another issue and this killing machine must be stopped. Think about that when you go to the polls. While it is nice to hope for a President who will secure our wallets, keep our streets safe, prevent foreign entanglements, control pandemics, promote equal justice, and preserve our environment, what does all of that matter when on the side the killing continues. Joe Biden is the kind of Roman Catholic and modern day Christian who presumes that you can be a moral, good, and pious man -- even nation -- and let this offense against God and the babies go on without challenge. Shocking!
Under similar circumstances, how many Lutheran billionaires would ever say:
"You know Joe, I ran because of you. I ran because of Barack Obama, because you did a poor job. If I thought you did a good job, I would’ve never run. I would’ve never run. I ran because of you. I’m looking at you now, you’re a politician, I ran because of you."
President Trump has been a great pro-life and religious freedom president, for which we should be thankful and give him our support and vote. Biden is all for the killing of babies. That's the simple difference. Vote for life. God would.
While it won't suddenly stop abortions, another step in the right direction was taken on Thursday, October 22, by the Trump administration, represented by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Secretary of Health & Human Services Alex Azar, when they led a 32-nation signing ceremony of the Geneva Consensus Declaration On Promoting Women’s Health and Strengthening the Family that affirms there is no international right to abortion.
The declaration serves as a rebuke to the pro-abortion rights U.N. and World Health Organization (W.H.O.), and states, in part:
We, ministers and high representatives of Governments,...
Reaffirm that "the child… needs special safeguards and care… before as well as after birth" and "special measures of protection and assistance should be taken on behalf of all children,"  based on the principle of the best interest of the child;...
Furthermore, we, the representatives of our sovereign nations do hereby declare in mutual friendship and respect, our commitment to work together to:...
Improve and secure access to health and development gains for women, including sexual and reproductive health, which must always promote optimal health, the highest attainable standard of health, without including abortion;
Reaffirm that there is no international right to abortion, nor any international obligation on the part of States to finance or facilitate abortion, consistent with the long-standing international consensus that each nation has the sovereign right to implement programs and activities consistent with their laws and policies;
12. United Nations General Assembly. (1966). “International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights” (Article 10). New York.
Tonight, President Trump's third Supreme Court nominee, Amy Coney Barrett, was sworn in as Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. Previously, Justices Neil M. Gorsuch and Brett M. Kavanaugh had been nominated by President Trump and confirmed by the Senate. The SCOTUS now has five conservative justices.
God willing, there soon will be a case on abortion which the Supreme Court can use to overturn the genocidal decision of Roe v. Wade.
The newest SCOTUS justice, Amy Coney Barrett, will likely participate in some important upcoming cases, including Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, which deals with whether states can put previabililty limits on abortions, based on medical and scientific discoveries regarding fetal development and fetal pain.
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