Hillary’s Pro-Death Stance

Hillary’s Pro-Death Stance

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Politics is not something I want to write about much since there are so many differing opinions on all the different topics but I am compelled to use the power of the pen to speak against Hillary’s pro-death stance when it comes to abortion. She talks a good game but how she votes and who she supports states a lot more about her than anything else. She says she wants abortion to be “rare” and yet has never done a thing to try and make it rare. Instead, she takes millions of dollars for her campaign from an abortion mill that produced 323,000 abortions last year and 54 million since Roe v Wade. That is not “rare” but disgustingly evil.

Hillary has voted against a prohibition against late-term abortion. A late term abortion is when a baby is fully formed and can live outside of the womb. Lawrence K. Koning, MD, FACOG has said this about late-term abortions “As an OB/GYN physician for 31 years, there is no medical situation that requires aborting / killing the baby in the third trimester to ‘save the mother’s life.’ Just deliver the baby by c/section and the baby has 95+% survival with readily available NICU care even at 28 weeks. C/section is quicker and safer than partial birth abortion for the mother.”

Abortion is a gruesome event for an unborn baby. They will use painful measures to pull the unborn baby out and studies have proven that unborn babies feel the pain. I saw a diagram of a baby coming out of the mother’s womb and how the abortionists takes scissors and slices through the back of the neck to murder the baby. The word medical science uses for this gruesome act is feticide. Some women will have these types of abortions simply because they don’t want a baby and others because their babies are not perfect.

I have a friend that has two Down Syndrome babies and they bring her so much joy. There is no reason to murder a baby who is not perfect. We all started out as an embryo. We were all knit together in our mother’s womb by our Creator. All life is valuable, but the life of a baby and child is to be protected, not violently taken. Jesus said, “Whoever receives one such child in my name receives me, but whoever causes one of these little ones who believe in me to sin, it would be better for him to have a great millstone fastened around his neck and to be drowned in the depth of the sea” (Matthew 18.:5-6).

A nation that doesn’t protect innocent life but instead snuffs it out before he/she is born, will allow all types of evil as we are seeing today. Please, don’t vote for Hillary who is pro-death. Vote for a candidate that values life, especially the life of the helpless and innocent. Are you not thankful that your mom didn’t abort you? We are to treat people the way we want them to treat us (Matthew 7:12). I am not voting for a Presidential candidate but for a Supreme Court Justice, and a platform that values the unborn. By voting for Hillary, you are approving the death of babies as they are coming out of the womb since she will elect Supreme Court Justices who approve this evil practice and erode more constitutional law. Don’t vote for her just because she would be the first woman who can be president. If there is to be a first woman president let’s have one who will be an outstanding role model for America, not one who has a private and public position on abortion yet never defends the life of the unborn. Vote for the person who values the life of the unborn because it’s a very slippery slope to more and more despicable evil when we don’t protect the innocent and helpless among us.

For You formed my inward parts; You wove me in my mother’s womb. I will give thanks to You, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made; Wonderful are Your works, And my soul knows it very well. My frame was not hidden from You, When I was made in secret, And skillfully wrought in the depths of the earth; Your eyes have seen my unformed substance; And in Your book were all written The days that were ordained for me, When as yet there was not one of them.
Psalm 139:13-16

31 thoughts on “Hillary’s Pro-Death Stance

  1. I also try to avoid politics, but I guess it’s that time of year where it’s almost unavoidable. I really find myself unable to support any of the candidates in this election…I honestly just can’t decide what to do. I can’t bring myself to vote for any of these evil people.

    1. We are voting for Trump not because we are fans of his but because he disdains partial birth abortion, proclaims he is pro-life, and has chosen a godly VP. The Republican platform is pro-life and he said during one of the debates that he will elect Supreme Court justices like Scalia who was an amazing man who upheld the Constitution and fought for the life of the unborn. Whereas, Hillary is going to put in Supreme Court justices who promote and heartily approve of the murdering of unborn babies.

      1. I just don’t trust Trump. He says all these things now, but he was pro abortion and democrat for so long (not to mention a good friend of the Clintons). I know people can and do have changes of heart but it’s just so hard to trust politicians sometimes. My husband is voting for Johnson, the libertarian, and I’m strongly considering simply voting the same way he does. He’s never asked me to, but is that the right way to follow his lead anyway? Or would that be in opposition to God’s word if it could cause someone with such evil positions to be elected?

  2. I’m not voting for Hillary, but we already know that laws against abortion will not be very effective. Women will have abortions with or without a doctor, but without one won’t be safe or legal.

    1. There would be many fewer abortions if they were not free and so easily available, even for fully formed unborn babies. Those are very dangerous procedures for the women and deadly for the baby even though they are legal.

    2. Making abortion legal has greatly increased the number of abortions. Most women wouldn’t get an abortion if it was illegal. Sure, some will try to have an unsafe abortion if abortion was illegal, but not very many. Making things illegal reduces the incidence of those behaviors in every other area (murder, theft, etc) and would do the same with abortion.

    1. Ken and I believe the same in how to vote and we always have since we have the same morals and values. We base our beliefs upon the Word of God so we have always voted the same. However, I would vote however he wanted me to vote if we disagreed on something since I am called by God to follow his lead.

      1. Thank you Lori, Antony and I are the same, I follow his lead. I don’t like voting and have always felt that the women who fought for us to vote did me no favors.
        Love to you and yours!
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  3. I am curious about something, you said:
    “Please, don’t vote for Hillary who is pro-death. Vote for a candidate that values life, especially the life of the helpless and innocent. ”

    Is that a statement directed at your male readers? I ask because previously you have said women shouldn’t vote.

      1. I see you have since removed it from facebook, but I saw there the other day one of your hand written post talking about women voting. Maybe I read it wrong. Are you saying women should vote for whoever their husbands decides even though it was given to us by feminists?
        If so, I agree with that.
        Thank you.

        1. I would post it here if I was able. I removed it since one of my posts was going viral at the time and there were so many nasty comments on it.

          What I was saying is that the woman’s right to vote was gained by feminists to gain independence from men (their husbands if they were married) and choose what they believed was right without any discussion of what their husband’s thought.

          We shouldn’t idolize our right to vote since it isn’t a right given to us by God but we should submit to and follow our husband’s lead since this was given to us by the Lord.

  4. Lori,

    Yes, we will have to hold our noses when voting for the candidates who support what would be our choice for nominating future Supreme Court Justices, and who would most closely represent our view on the life of every human individual, from the unborn to the elderly, etc. Taxes and borders and guns and other issues are other matters altogether, but HUMAN LIFE, living souls is where our focus is this election year, as it has been every year since we first began voting at 18 years of age.

    Unfortunately, the popular vote does not elect US presidents. We surely need to pray, pray, pray for the outcome of the November election.

    *hugs*
    Kelley~

    1. Yes, we must pray, Kelley, and the right to life for all is what is most important to us since it is most important to the Lord. It’s too bad the Republicans couldn’t have chosen a more respectable candidate.

  5. This is one of the things I can say I wholeheartedly agree with you on. Abortion is evil.

    I realize the alternative to Hillary is not so good either, but we are voting for president not a pastor.

  6. Lori – Thank you so much for this post. During the debate Hillary stated her position on Roe vs. Wade and the Marriage Equality Act. There is no doubt that her views on these two issues are in direct opposition to God’s word. I am election weary and tired of the tabloid like news reporting. Since I do not know if the reports I hear are lies, half-truths or the truth; I look to scripture and vote for the one who I think will come closer to following it. I do believe that Hillary’s record proves that she supports abortion and marriage equality. There are so many rabbit trails in this campaign. I want to stay focused on what is really important and why it is important. The media cannot do this for me – God’s word makes my decision to vote and why I vote much simpler.

    1. There are both terrible candidates but, in our opinion, Hillary is worse, especially for her stand on abortion. To many, abortion isn’t an issue with them but I am positive they are all happy that their mothers chose to give them life or they wouldn’t even have the choice to debate this issue.

  7. My house is voting Trump for this reason and many others. It is appalling that Hillary was able to so eloquently and unwaveringly support the death of a nine-month-old baby inside of his/her mother. The truth about Planned Parenthood was exposed yet they refuse to see it or prosecute it! The devil is a twister of truth and a deceiver. My husband and I see that clearly in Hillary and Tim Kaine. Her actions of hiding emails and receiving money from foreign governments have been treasonous and that shows just how corrupt our highest law in the land is… She is actually allowed to run for president! Lord Jesus, open our eyes! God could actually use a carnal Samson, but he could not use a demonic Jezebel.

    1. Hillary should be in jail in our opinion. We never liked her husband as President and how he desecrated this position by his behavior. He was the one who popularized oral sex! Now our young don’t believe this is sex and it has exploded among teenagers.

      No, Trump was not our choice for the Republican candidate at all but he is a lot better than Hillary. Just look at his VP choice compared to Hillary’s. We agree with you, Marie.

  8. As a sidenote Lori, shame on the body of Christ if we do not start to adopt the children of neglect and sexual sin and empty out the foster care system. How can we outlaw abortion without doing what Jesus said, take care of the orphans! What better way to change the culture than to raise these precious little ones in Christ honoring homes. My husband and I are getting our financial house in order so we can adopt. I know every family cannot do it but many can. And the ones that can’t raise children could financially help those that can as well.

    1. You are sure right, Marie. Thank you for adding this. God cares for the orphan and so should we. My two sisters had foster children in their homes but I was too sick to even think about doing it.

  9. Even an unborn baby recognized Jesus.

    And it came to pass, that, when Elisabeth heard the salutation of Mary, the babe leaped in her womb; and Elisabeth was filled with the Holy Ghost: And she spake out with a loud voice, and said, Blessed art thou among women, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb. And whence is this to me, that the mother of my Lord should come to me? For, lo, as soon as the voice of thy salutation sounded in mine ears, the babe leaped in my womb for joy.
    Luke 1:41‭-‬44 KJV

    I had a very early ultrasound with my second pregnancy, pretty much right after discovering the joyful news. The ultrasound showed a tiny blinking dot which was the beating heart! The young doctor pointed out it was “tissue” but to me it was a baby! How awesome it was to see my baby so early! Thank you for taking on this subject Lori!

    1. The young doctor said tissue has a beating heart? This is how the medical schools must be brainwashing the young doctors now. This is very sad but in order to accomplish their evil agenda, they have to teach them these lies. The devaluing of human life is tragic. Thank you for your comment, Holly. Yes, unborn babies are still valuable since it is the Lord who has created these little ones and knit them together in their mother’s arms.

  10. Ok Lori,
    So if Hillary had a godly, faithful husband, was truthful in all of her engagements (including emails), was pro life, and promised to choose Scalia-like Justices, would you vote for her then?

    1. I sure would, Monica, although I always prefer a man leading nations since God always had male Kings and leaders, such as Moses, who were the ones leading nations. The one rare instance was when Deborah was a judge when Israel was in rebellion to the ways of the Lord.

  11. Hi

    I am from the UK but have been following a little of the election. I watched the debate and heard the comments on abortion, and the impression I got was that Abortion was not a priority for Trump. He said he would give the right to decide back to each individual state, so even if he did get elected and got his judges in the Supreme Court it would still be possible to get an abortion? Correct me on that if I’m wrong I don’t understand the ins and outs of the American legal system. I am a Christian and believe in God but have a more liberal view on abortion, I personally couldn’t foresee having one myself but I feel that if a woman chooses that option it should be her choice. The late term abortions you are talking about are not legal in the uk unless for medical reasons, the limit for a convenience abortion here is 24 weeks I believe. I still think that is too late but it is better than being able to terminate right up until birth. It also puzzles me how it is an issue discussed in debates and people make their choice based on that, in the uk I have never heard any political candidate asked to give their view on abortion or discuss it.

    It is everyone’s right to vote for who they choose but after reading your blog for quite a while and enjoying and adopting some of your ideas I’m kind of confused how you could vote for trump. You and your husband seem like lovely people with considerate attitudes towards others, reading his comments and watching him on tv he just does not give that impression. I wouldn’t have you down as Hilary voters either but I think in your position I might have chosen not to vote at all.

    1. Hillary is pro-death and will elect pro-death Supreme Court justices. Trump is pro-life and will elect pro-life Supreme Court justices. Hillary doesn’t have one thing that we agree with in her management of our country, whereas Trump has many. No, we don’t care for many things that he has done, but he has chosen a godly VP so we hope that if he wins, he surrounds himself with other great men. God supports life from the time of conception and so do we.

      Blessings, Amy!

    2. Hello Amy

      I am also in the UK. Did you know that abortion is allowed *right up to birth* for disabled babies? In the House of Lords, there was a speech about this by a Lord who is disbled. He pointed out the inequity of this “search and destroy” mission against the disabled.

      Ironic, really, since 1/3 of us will be disabled at some point in our lives, thanks to injury or old age or disease.

      I think that the way we worship physical perfection and youth is behind the drive for euthanasia, the Liverpool Care Pathway, etc.

      Thank you for this post, Lori.

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