BREAKING: Indiana House Speaker Forbids Abortion Ban
A warning has been issued to Indiana legislators: do not attempt to ban abortion in 2020.
You would expect such a threat from Planned Parenthood.
But, I hate to report, it came from a Republican.
Sources say the Speaker of the Indiana House of Representatives, Brian Bosma, conducted a secret meeting, instructing fellow legislators on his 2020 agenda.
Behind closed doors, Bosma barked orders to Republican Representatives, forbidding attempts to end legalized child killing.
Since 2020 is an election year, the House Speaker commanded there would be no “controversial” issues during the legislative session.
Rep. Bosma doesn’t want you to know these are the orders he issued.
But I think you deserve to know the truth.
And the truth is, Brian Bosma not only refuses to end abortion himself, but he also expects other lawmakers to follow suit.
And that’s not all we are up against.
The abortion industry is hard at work in Indiana.
Planned Parenthood recently joined forces with other pro-aborts, hoping to fight pro-lifers and expand their child killing services in our state. New abortion clinics opened, and an abortuary in South Bend is even operating without a license.
Not to mention, an Indiana abortionist hoarded his victims’ bodies, collecting and storing them in his garage and the trunk of his car.
Furthermore, Indiana abortion rates are climbing. The number of deaths increased by over 700 in the last two years.
My friend, more babies are dying.
And Indiana Republicans were instructed not to save them.
Pro-life Hoosiers are demanding an end to the slaughter of unborn children and expect their legislators to act pro-life after promising to be so during the last election.
But, Planned Parenthood has even sunk its claws into Indiana Republicans, and so far, most of them are obeying orders to keep child killing legal.
However, there is one legislator who stands strong for the pre-born and keeps his pro-life promises, no matter what Planned Parenthood throws at him--Representative Curt Nisly.
For three years in a row, Rep. Nisly filed his Protection of Life bill, which would treat the unborn like other living individuals. Year after year, there are plots to kill the bill, but, nevertheless, Rep. Nisly pushes on and fights to end abortion, proving himself to be a champion for the unborn.
Thankfully, Rep. Nisly has pledged to file the Protection of Life bill in the upcoming 2020 legislative session, once again presenting Indiana legislators with an opportunity to end abortion in our state.
What your Representative does with the Protection of Life bill should tell you a lot.
Will he make pro life promises on the campaign trail, and then, stand with Planned Parenthood, refusing to end abortion? Or will he stand with you and follow through with his pro-life stance.
Rep. Bosma doesn’t want to save babies because it’s an election year, but Indiana abortionists and Planned Parenthood shouldn’t get a free pass to slaughter the unborn just because Bosma has a campaign to run.
Every single child deserves to be protected at the moment of conception, and we won’t let Brian Bosma’s mandates stop us from demanding our legislators do their jobs and secure a pre-born baby’s right to live.
Unborn babies should not be sucked from their mothers’ wombs, election year or not.
I want to send a message to Brian Bosma and the rest of the Statehouse saying just that.
I have 40,000 digital petitions insisting our elected officials support Rep. Curt Nisly’s Protection of Life bill.
And I want to slap them on Brian Bosma’s desk.
But I need your help.
In order to print these petitions in time to make a difference in 2020, I need to raise $2,400 by December 15th.
I know that’s a lot of money, and most people can’t afford to give such a large chunk all at once.
But, if you could chip in $100, $50, or even $25 or $10, it would quickly add up to help us meet our goal.
I want to hit the Statehouse like a tidal wave in 2020, demanding our elected officials listen up and save all babies from abortion.
Printing the petitions and delivering them to Indiana Republicans would make a strong statement to our legislators that pro-life Hoosiers mean business.
And with the 2020 primary taking place not long after the legislative session, politicians will be listening closely.
But, I need to get those petitions delivered.
$2,400 will cover the cost of printing and delivery, and I have a deadline of December 15th in order for them to be done in time. So, I hope you’ll chip in $50 or $25, or whatever you can afford, today to help make it happen.
Thank you so much for your ongoing support of Hoosiers for Life. I will keep fighting until every last baby is protected from abortion.
The new session will be here before we know it. Let’s come out of the gate strong and get those petitions on Bosma’s desk.
Hoosiers for Life
P.S. House Speaker Brian Bosma issued secret orders to Indiana lawmakers, forbidding any attempt to ban abortion in the upcoming 2020 legislative session.
Thankfully, Rep. Curt Nisly has pledged to once again file the Protection of Life bill anyway, giving legislators yet another opportunity to end abortion in our state.
I want to send a strong message to Brian Bosma and the rest of the Statehouse, and I have 40,000 digital petitions to print and deliver which will do just that.
In order to cover the cost of printing and delivery, I need to raise $2,400 by December 15th. I hope you’ll consider pitching in $25 , $10, or more today to help!
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