Abortion Is Cancelled

Crab Dance

Every action has a reaction, as Democrats who've sponsored barbaric late-term abortion bills in states like New York and Illinois have now discovered.

The tide is turning decisively against proponents of baby murder, as Georgia's governor has signed a heartbeat bill that's sending Moloch worshipers into paroxysms of rage.
Georgia’s Republican Gov. Brian Kemp signed a law Tuesday that will ban most abortions on preborn babies with detectable heartbeats, defying left-wing celebrities’ threats to boycott the state and welcoming an inevitable legal challenge.
House Bill 481 forbids abortions once a fetal heartbeat can be detected except in cases of rape, incest, physical medical emergencies, and pregnancies deemed “medically futile.” If allowed to take effect, it will ban abortions in all other cases as early as six weeks into a pregnancy starting in January 2020.
Kemp signed the bill Tuesday morning, Fox News reports, declaring Georgia a “state that values life” and “stand[s] up for those who are unable to speak for themselves." While pro-abortion activists are expected to sue to block the law from taking effect, Kemp declared it the state’s job to “do what is right, not what is easy...we will not back down. We will always continue to fight for life."
The Georgia bill prompted witches to call for a sex strike against conservative men. Hilarity ensued.

Women's Walkout

The Alabama state legislature responded by passing one of the most comprehensive abortion bans in the nation.
On Tuesday, April 30th, the Alabama House voted 74-3 in favor of HB 314, the Human Life Protection Act, which would — according to the text of the bill itself — “make abortion and attempted abortion felony offenses except in cases where abortion is necessary in order to prevent a serious health risk to the unborn child’s mother.” The bill “would provide that a woman who receives an abortion will not be held criminally culpable or civilly liable for receiving the abortion.” Only the doctor committing the abortion would be held criminally liable.
Nearly all House Democrats walked out of the chamber in protest before the vote was taken, with a few Democratic members remaining. One, Rep. John Rogers, made controversial statements on the House floor about how unwanted children should be killed by abortions now to avoid death by electric chair years later.
Tonight, the Alabama Senate passed the bill in a 25-6 vote. As ABC News points out, this bill is different from “heartbeat bills” like the one that was recently signed into law in Georgia. Alabama’s bill, which now heads to Governor Kay Ivey for her signature, provides no exemptions for rape or incest, but allows an exemption “in cases where abortion is necessary in order to prevent a serious health risk to the unborn child’s mother,” according to the bill. Ivey is pro-life, and in the past has reportedly “made statements supporting pro-life positions, including bans without exceptions for rape or incest,” according to AL.com, though she has not publicly stated whether she would sign the bill.
Some Alabama legislators tried to add an exception for rape or incest, but it was removed from the final version.

As for whether Governor Ivey will sign the abortion ban into law, even if she doesn't, the state legislature can override a veto with a simple majority.

But anti-child-sacrifice offensive keeps on going! Michigan's legislature has strengthened their state's partial birth abortion ban with a further ban on dismemberment abortions.
The Republican-led Michigan State House and Senate voted to ban dismemberment abortions today.
House Bills 4320 and 4321 and Senate Bills 229 and 230 would modify the state’s existing partial-birth abortion ban to include dismemberment abortions, often referred to as dilation and evacuation abortions. Dismemberment abortion is one of the most common but also most gruesome second-trimester abortion procedures, as it involves ripping the arms and legs off an unborn baby’s body with a pair of forceps. The bills include an exception if the mother's life is in danger.
The Senate voted 22-16 in favor of both bills, while the House voted 58-51 in favor. Every Democrat voted against banning dismemberment abortions.
If signed into law by Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, the legislation would make dismemberment abortion a felony. However, Whitmer has previously promised to veto pro-life laws that arrive at her desk, telling Planned Parenthood last month it has a “powerful backstop in a veto from my office.”
“If she refuses to sign it, we'll find 400,000 people who will and bypass her veto!” Right to Life of Michigan vowed immediately following the vote.
You can't help but notice a pattern here. Democrats sure do love them some baby killing.

As if it wasn't already clear, you can't be a Christian and a Democrat. No one can serve two masters, and the Democrat Party serves Moloch.

Before anyone objects that these bills will certainly face legal challenges from the cannibalistic Morlocks at Planned Parenthood and the ACLU, that goes without saying.

In fact, the Alabama state legislature is counting on a lawsuit because their bill was tailored specifically to make SCOTUS revisit Roe v Wade.

After 45 years of failure, Pro-Lifers may be pessimistic about a new Supreme Court ruling. But consider: We now have a 5-4 Conservative majority, including Punished Brett.

Plus, Ginsburg herself has derided Roe as a based on faulty jurisprudence and warned that it would be overturned.

It is a disgrace that it's taken almost half a century to make it this far. Pro-Life incrementalists take note: Sometimes you need to go for the touchdown instead of this, "Gain 20 yards, lose 10, repeat," approach.

Make sure to pray for victory. And keep these states' Republican legislators in your prayers, as well. They're in for some serious persecution.


  1. “There is not a square inch in the whole domain of our human existence over which Christ, who is Sovereign over all, does not cry, Mine!”
    ― Abraham Kuyper

    The mission we have been tasked with is to conquer all of the Earth for Christ our King.

  2. God bless Alabama, Georgia, and Michigan Christians pushing these wonderful bills. The Alabama law might be allowed to stand just so the sacred Moloch murder law isn't challenged.

    In lighter news...
    Finally!!! I'm "protesting*" at the right time! Give me dopamine likes, everyone.

    *I work from home and today is a light work day so far.

  3. I never understood the Left's desire to die on this particular hill. Since we are talking about killing babies, they can't possibly believe they have the high moral ground here. Yet they act like it's some kind of religious sacrament they are trying to protect, rather than murder. It boggles the mind.

    As to the sex strike stuff, I wasn't planning on having sex with Alyssa Milano in any case (The Wife frowns on such things), so no loss.

    1. Most of the Alabama House Democrats walked out in protest. All 22 Democrat presidential candidates support abortion up to the 9th month.

      This sort of zealous misanthropy, along with the tranny stuff, is incomprehensible when viewed through a political lens.

      You may not realize it, but you had the correct interpretive key. The Left really is a Christianity-profaning death cult. Abortion really is one of their sacraments.

      And rest assured, they are utterly convinced they have the moral high ground and that we are irredeemably evil infidels.

      Lest you thought I was engaging in rhetorical hyperbole all the many times I've called the Left a hysterical death cult, allow me to clarify.

      The Left is a fanatical, diabolically influenced heretical death cult.

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    3. The end result of freedom and liberalism demands a hierarchy of who gets to be more free since elbows eventually bump due to the competing appetites of atomized individuals.

      In that case the loser is the one who can't fight back and has no power to speak. Even better if you can declassify them as human beings with irrelevant terminology.

      Whatever helps you sleep at night. You've come a long way, baby.

    4. Once a society throws out reason, all that's left is will to power.

  4. I apologize ahead of time if this is out of bounds and feel free to delete this comment.


    Notice where the conversation is going beyond the abortion debate. Apparently it's a bad thing that 25 white guys were the ones that got us this victory. Of course it follows that racism charges will be thrown around. Notice the one that started it is a Deacon in the Catholic church (none other than male feminist Steven Greydanus.) Reasons I'm not Catholic is those are the Deacons your church employs on what otherwise would be a very good news day.

    1. The racism call is quite ironic. Margaret Sanger (the patron saint of Planned Parenthood) was an ardent eugenics supporter. Her whole fight for "reproductive freedom" was a way of ensuring the "wrong" people didn't breed.

    2. "Reasons I'm not Catholic is those are the Deacons your church employs on what otherwise would be a very good news day."

      That's not a reason. That's ex post facto rationalization of an emotional reaction.

    3. Do not pick a religion for any reason other than what it teaches.

      Steven Greydanus drank the cultural kool-aid long ago. There's a certain set including him and Mark Shea that use the Church as cover for their broken modern morality and bleeding heart boomerism that is as irrelevant with history as it is with Gen Z. They care about talking point and image, not the Truth.

    4. "Do not pick a religion for any reason other than what it teaches."

      Hear, hear!

    5. "That's not a reason. That's ex post facto rationalization of an emotional reaction."

      That was a poorly worded sentence on my part and truth be told no one person should keep me from seeking the truth. As an evangelical I know first hand the bad leaders in my realm of Christendom. In fact we probably have more bad by far. We were the ones that started the Emergent Church movement after all. I actually agree with JD Cowan's first statement. I'm just angered by our supposed leaders more in love with the world than the truth.

    6. "I'm just angered by our supposed leaders more in love with the world than the truth."

      As well you should be. Church leaders' accommodation with the World is infuriating.

      And this is the condemnation, that light is come into the world, and men loved darkness rather than light, because their deeds were evil. (Jn 3:19)

  5. Deus vult.

    This is such good news. I was shocked how emotional it made because I am not given to such things usually. But man, oh man. It's like seeing a bunch of lights flare up in the darkness. My wife cried tears of joy.

    1. This is the day the Lord has made.
      Let us rejoice and be glad!

  6. Brian,
    Will the Democratic party explode when Roe is overturned?will the Republican party split apart ad well?

    1. Both parties existed long before Roe v Wade. They'll continue to exist if it's overturned.

      Overturning Roe v Wade won't be the end of the battle. It'll be the start of many new battles at the federal and state levels.

      If the Democrats get crazy enough to drop the mask and openly advocate for baby murder qua baby murder, you'll probably see the last of the blue dog and Reagan Democrats leave the party.

    2. Brian,

      Thanks for the analysis.

      Here's something that's come to mind.

      Why are pro abortionists so horrified by the prospect of adoptions?
      On the one hand I understand they're entralled by antilife demons.
      On the other, shouldn't they be on the forefront of totally revamping and reforming adoption so that all children are wanted?
      Or do they harbour false images of a Dicken's dystopia for orphanages that drive them to kill babies as they would be better off dead than adopted?

  7. If Alabamans side with God, family, and tradition, they might hold off the worst of the SWPL/SJW/Boomer-retiree invasions destroying swaths of North Carolina, Georgia, Texas, Tennessee, etc.

    Perhaps this victory signals the GOPe is losing the war for the soul of the party. The Mammon-worshippers in Georgia and Texas invited in Californians and Hollywood with "muh tax breaks" and "muh jobs" -- a blunder if there ever was one.

    Best course of action for these states is to veer hard right, erect the Ten Commandments in front of all courthouses, ban abortion, make desecrating Confederate monuments a felony, and issue periodic declarations that Jesus Christ is Lord and Savior.

    Also, Facebook and Google have data center sites in North Alabama, so I look forward to the REEEEEs from their HQ-based SJW's.