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Abortion Advocates Push To Let Roe v. Wade Live    

  By: Dr. Jake Jacobs
   Published : August 24, 2018

In a 1946 essay, “Politics and the English Language,” George Orwell perfectly summarizes the pro-abortion movement in America.

“Political language is designed to make lies sound truthful and murder respectable,” Orwell wrote.

Nothing epitomizes Orwell’s statement more than the pro-abortion darlings of Hollywood, the Democrat Party, and even an ice cream shop in Portland, Ore.

What’s the Scoop has joined forces with the National Abortion Rights Action League (NARAL) and will be donating half of the sales of its new ice cream flavor “Rocky Road vs. Wade” to NARAL Pro-Choice Oregon. This mockery is using ice cream in a bizarre attempt to make the murder of innocent unborn babies respectable. The infamous Roe v. Wade (1973) Supreme Court decision has been responsible for the death of almost 60 million unborn babies.

It got even more Orwellian, with comments by Chelsea Clinton at the “Rise Up For Roe” rally on Saturday, Aug. 11, an event dedicated to stopping President Trump’s pick of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.

"It is not a disconnected fact – to address this t-shirt of 1973 – that American women entering the labor force from 1973 to 2009 added three and a half trillion dollars to our economy. Right?” Clinton said. "The net, new entrance of women – that is not disconnected from the fact that Roe became the law of the land in January of 1973."

Chelsea Clinton calls these so-called facts “social” and “economic justice.” In reality, she is advocating a vile, fascist utilitarianism that smacks of the Nazi euthanasia program of WWII called “life unworthy of life.”

In July, Oprah Winfrey in the “Inspiration” section of her popular “O” magazine enthusiastically endorsed Amelia Bonow, founder of the “Shout Your Abortion” movement where women unabashedly and proudly proclaim that they are not ashamed about killing their unborn children.

Just this past Sunday, pro-abortion actress Alyssa Milano, in a desperate attempt to stop Kavanaugh’s confirmation, took to social media to advocate her truth. Milano posted on Twitter a photo of herself dressed in a costume worn on the TV show Handmaid’s Tale. The costume included a red robe and white bonnet, part of wear depicting how women are enslaved to the infertile upper class and are forced to deliver the children of the elites. In the caption line, Milano wrote in hashtag format: “RiseUpForRoe” “StopKavanaugh” and “WeAreNotProperty.”

A day earlier at another “Rise Up For Roe” event in Los Angeles, Milano made a profanity-laced declaration.

“F---ing absurd that we are still fighting for Roe v. Wade… [Roe v. Wade] has been the law of the land for 45 years and we’re still having this f---ing conversation?”

Here is a note to Milano, Oprah, Clinton, Nancy Pelosi, Maxine Waters and all the Rocky Roe v. Wade ice cream eaters. This conversation on Roe v. Wade is being had because for the last 45 years who has been listening to the silent screams of the millions and millions of murdered unborn babies? Just because it is the law of the land does not make it right and righteous.

In 1857, the Democrat-controlled Supreme Court ruled in its infamous Dred Scott decision that black Americans were equal to animals and could never be equal citizens. In 1868, a Republican-controlled Congress passed the 14th Amendment, declaring in part: “Nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property without due process; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.” The 14th Amendment was designed to protect everyone, all persons, from the unborn child to the elderly senior citizen.

The Roe v. Wade decision turned the 14th Amendment against itself in a ridiculous manner and deprived an entire class of human beings equal protection under the law. In the name of so-called social justice, economic justice, and reproductive justice, an evil injustice has plagued this nation for nearly a half century. It is time to change.