• Amy Schlichter

Abortion Biz: Abortions are Essential Like the Sun

Dear Friend,

Food. Water. Toilet paper.

All of these could top your list of “essentials” during the Covid-19 pandemic. Some folks might add fresh air and sunshine to the mix.

But, would you ever add “child-killing” to your list of essential activities?

The pro-aborts do.

In fact, Whole Woman’s Health, a Texas based business operating an abortuary without a license in Indiana, asserts child-killing is essential like the sun and water.

In so doing, the abortion provider is insisting that ripping tiny boys and girls to shreds and sucking them from their mothers’ wombs is indispensable, much like the sun and water.

The 8,000 unborn babies who died at the hand of Indiana abortionists last year would disagree.

And the 2,411 babies Ulrich Klopfer killed and stashed on his property would, too.

Abortion is not essential. Abortion is murder.

And murdering people is not an essential activity for society.

It’s time to end this evil practice once and for all.

Our elected officials need to do their jobs and protect every baby at the moment of conception.

For far too long, Republicans have gotten away with campaigning as pro-life but, once in office, taking no action to end abortion in Indiana. Or, worse yet, even killing pro-life bills!

For example, Representative Ben Smaltz went so far as to stage a protest at Planned Parenthood while on the campaign trail, but once elected, he killed the Protection of Life bill four years in a row.

In fact, each member of the Public Policy Committee could have spoken up on behalf of the unborn and urged Smaltz to give babies a chance. But, instead of fighting for their pre-born neighbors, the committee members failed to act and sat back twiddling their thumbs while Smaltz did Planned Parenthood’s bidding.

It is no longer acceptable for candidates to simply say, “I am pro-life.” Hoosiers for Life supporters are demanding an end to abortion in Indiana, and we expect our elected officials to support Protection of Life legislation.

An important part of getting this message out to legislators is for you to speak up and make your voice heard.

Right now is the perfect time to reach out to your Representative and candidates running for office because it’s election season, and that’s when they listen very closely to what you have to say.

Check out the Hoosiers for Life Candidate Survey Results, and then, give your candidates a call.

If a candidate in your district has pledged to support Rep. Curt Nisly’s Protection of Life bill, encourage them to stand firm and follow through with their promises.

Your candidate or current elected official might be refusing to support this life saving legislation or refusing to go on record with their pro-life stance. If so, give them a call, too. Urge them to reverse course and to start protecting every unborn child’s right to live.

I know we are living in uncertain times, but you can be sure of this:  wayward politicians are counting on you and me to lose track of their anti-life behavior.

And, they may just attempt to get away with even more actions against the unborn when they think we’re not looking.

That’s why it’s more important than ever to closely watch candidates and keep pro-lifers in the loop.

The more people who know what our local politicians are up to, the louder our voices can be for the unborn!

Contacting our supporters is vital to our mission, but it does cost money.

I’m hoping to raise $2,900 by June 2nd to put toward our direct mail program.

Would you consider pitching in just $10 or even $5 to help me reach my goal?

Any little bit helps, and if everyone chips in a few dollars, Hoosiers for Life will quickly raise enough funds to reach 3,000 people who want to end abortion in Indiana.

 So, I hope you’ll join us in being a voice for the voiceless. 

We must work together to squash the lies like what Whole Woman’s health is spouting.

Abortion is not essential like the sun or water.

Abortion is destructive like camping on the beach during a category five hurricane. Death and destruction are inevitable.

Most Republicans running for office in Indiana will tell you they’re against abortion. Hold their feet to the fire and ask them what they’re going to do about it.

If you get a response from candidates in your area, I’d love to hear what they had to say!

For Life,

Amy Schlichter

Executive Director

Hoosiers for Life

P.S. Whole Woman’s Health says abortion is essential, but that is a lie. Abortion is legalized child killing, and it’s time for the evil practice to end.

Now is the best time to contact your local candidates and Representatives because they’re listening very closely with the June 2nd Primary Election just around the corner.

Check out the Hoosiers for Life Candidate Survey results, and then, call folks running for office in your district.

If they have pledged to support the Protection of Life bill, urge them to follow through with their pro-life stance.

For those who are refusing to go on record with their views on abortion, insist they come clean and let you know if they will work to protect every unborn baby in our state.

I also hope you’ll consider chipping in $5 or $10 to help me reach more people who want to end abortion in Indiana.

Paid for by the supporters of Hoosiers for Life, a tax exempt non-profit organization under IRC 501(c)(4) which does not endorse, support, or oppose candidates for election.