BREAKING: Establishment Scrambles for New Excuse to Keep Abortion Legal
Breaking: Sources say Republican Establishment Scrambling for New Excuse to Keep Abortion Legal
Dear Friend of LIFE,
With the announcement of liberal Justice Anthony Kennedy’s retirement from the Supreme Court, many in the pro-life movement expect President Donald Trump to appoint a conservative who will finally be what we need to overturn Roe v. Wade.
The unjust 1973 Supreme Court ruling has been a crutch for some so-called “pro-life” Republicans resistant to ending abortion once and for all.
While no reason is good enough as to why the Republican super majority in Indiana allows Planned Parenthood to keep killing kids, “the courts will strike it down” is a favorite line among establishment politicians.
And sources say they’re scrambling to find a new one.
Yes, my friend, the bad news out of the Indiana Statehouse is Republican leadership is working up a new favorite excuse as to why it STILL isn’t the right time to end abortion in our state.
I don’t know who President Trump will appoint to the Supreme Court, but what I do know is the best time to end abortion has always been NOW.
Because 20 babies will die today at the hand of an abortionist. And 20 more are going to die tomorrow too.
That’s why my mission has not changed. I will fight for our pre-born neighbors until every last one of them is protected at the moment of conception. I’ll fight for them no matter who is appointed to the bench, and I’ll fight no matter what excuses our elected officials throw at us next legislative session.
We have to keep our hands to the plow, my friends, and DEMAND our Representatives end the bloodshed that has stained our land for far too long. We must insist they give Protection at Conception a hearing and a vote in 2019.
If you haven’t signed your Protection of Life Petition, do so right away to let Indiana leadership know you support protecting all innocent life at the moment of conception.
If you’ve already signed, please forward this message to three of your friends you know will sign.
Trust me, as you speak up, your elected officials really do listen. Just look at how Republicans recently changed their platform because of the pressure you put on them to end abortion in Indiana!
They hope you will be satisfied with something less than Protection at Conception.
Those who have fought against the bill to end abortion may even use “the courts” to justify a large regulatory bill in order to appease pro-lifers, but we demand the child killing industry be shut down completely, and not just in part.
NOW, while Republicans are paying attention to Kennedy’s retirement and working up a different lead excuse to not pass Rep. Nisly’s life saving legislation, is a perfect time to let them know you will not accept excuses for legalized child killing.
So please, sign your petition right away.
After that, I hope you’ll consider chipping in $20 or even $10 to help Hoosiers for Life expose anti-life politicians and hold elected officials accountable to their pro-life promises. Every bit you give helps me battle for the pre-born, and even the smallest amount can make a difference.
I am so thankful for your support. We will keep working, together, until our law recognizes every last Hoosier baby’s God-given right to live.
Hoosiers for Life
P.S. While many in the pro-life community are cheering the retirement of Supreme Court Justice, Anthony Kennedy, establishment politicians in Indiana are looking for a new favorite excuse to keep abortion legal in Indiana besides “the courts will strike it down.”
No matter what excuse they come up with next, Hoosiers for Life will still push for a hearing and a vote on Rep. Curt Nisly’s Protection at Conception Bill during the next legislative session.
Sign your Protection of Life Petition right away to let Indiana leadership know you support protecting all unborn babies at the moment of conception.
After you sign, please consider pitching in $20 or $10 to help Hoosiers for Life spread our vital message.
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