Abolitionist Strategy Doesn’t Change

Whether it's Congress or the Court, Abolitionist strategy doesn't change

Women’s Health Protection Act Fails

You may have seen the headlines about the federal Women’s Health Protection Act (WHPA) since it passed the House last September. I am glad to say that this evil piece of legislation failed in the Senate when it came up for a vote there just recently.

Leave it to the wildly pro-abortion forces to call a bill that would have consigned millions of innocent babies to death a “Health Protection Act.”

Sometimes you wonder if words have any meaning anymore…

In Roe, the Supreme Court ignored the Constitution and ordered states to allow the murder of babies.

To take things further, the WHP Act aimed at adding another layer of protection for abortion by securing “abortion rights” in all the states by Federal statute and weakening the ability of states to impose regulatory laws on the practice of abortion.

We shouldn’t be surprised by this. When the Bible says that, “All who hate Me love death” it is talking about wisdom and the God who gives it. In the battle against the evil of abortion, we see the rejection of righteous wisdom and the love of death in more extreme ways all the time.

Pro-abortion advocates often show that they are willing to fight tooth and nail to make sure more babies will die. Their demands become more and more evil.

Recently in Maryland, pro-abortion Democrats proposed legislation that may make allowances for withholding the equal protection of the laws even to born babies for days or weeks after birth.

That’s just the logical outcome of their pro-death stance. They are simply moving the line of protection a few more weeks.

Do you wonder where they will stop?

I do.

I mean, is four weeks after birth enough? How about two months or two years? What’s the difference anyway?

These things aren’t about women’s health. Everyone can see that.

How do we fight the growing evil?

When it seems like evil is winning…

What do we do?

The simple answer is we trust God and continue to do His will His way because that’s what He will bless. And we can only expect success when we have God’s blessing on our efforts.

That’s why we submitted our Supreme Court brief in the Dobbs v. Jackson case that the Court is deliberating on right now. You can add your name to our brief right now!

You see, it really doesn’t matter whether we are talking about the Supreme Court issuing an unconstitutional ruling or Congress trying to pass unconstitutional legislation…

Our answer is the same…

We must follow God and the Constitution regardless of court opinions or federal statutes.

When it comes down to it, it’s really not that complicated.

God’s commands are clear. He says “You shall not murder.” He tells us that we must not pervert the justice due to the fatherless or establish partiality in our laws or judgments. God hates these things. We should never do what God hates.

Wisdom begins by fearing the Lord, and the fear of the Lord includes hatred of evil. If He hates something, we must hate it too.

That is enough to tell us what to do, but we also have the US Constitution agreeing.

The 10th Amendment to the Constitution declares that, “The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.”

The supposed “right to abortion” that Roe is protecting isn’t in the Constitution. There isn’t one syllable to support it. You could search between the lines with a magnifying glass and you still wouldn’t find it.

Pro-abortion legal advocates don’t even argue that it’s in there. They claim the “right” to abortion is in the penumbra (or the fuzzy shadow) of the Constitution, which is just a fancy way of saying, “it’s not in there.”

This means that the 10th Amendment protects the RIGHT of the states to abolish abortion.

Besides that, the 14th Amendment requires states to provide the equal protection of the laws to all people. “No State shall … deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.”

This means that it is the DUTY of the states to abolish abortion and establish equal protection for ALL people, including those who are still in the womb.

The ONLY Abolitionist Supreme Court Brief

Our Legal Brief explains all of this to the Supreme Court.

There were scores of legal briefs submitted in this case by Pro-Life and pro-abortion attorneys…

But ours is the ONLY abolitionist legal brief submitted. We are the only ones arguing for Constitutional equal protection for preborn babies and the right and duty of states to abolish abortion in obedience to God and the Constitution regardless of what the Court decides.

Nearly 50 years after the Roe v. Wade decision, the Court needs to hear arguments like this. They need to be challenged to repent of their evil decision.

But the interesting thing is that whether the Supreme Court overturns their evil decision or not, our strategy doesn’t change.

Whether Congress passes evil legislation or not, our strategy still doesn’t change.

We don’t need elaborate strategies for how to chip away at evil unconstitutional court opinions or legislation. We just need to follow God’s commands and trust Him for the results.

That’s why we need you to add your name to the growing list of Americans who have signed our Supreme Court brief.

You can add your name to the brief TODAY and let the Supreme Court justices know that you want them to obey the Constitution. They will be able to see your name listed with all the other signers.

If you haven’t already done so, this is an easy way to help put attention on abolishing abortion in our highest court.

Thank you for signing!

For life, for justice, and for the glory of God,

Bradley Pierce
Bradley Pierce
Abolish Abortion Texas