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Justice Ginsburg Gets Her Biology Wrong -- A Pregnant Woman is a 'Mother'

The Justice Foundation
May 29, 2019

SAN ANTONIO, Texas, May 29, 2019 /Christian Newswire/ -- The Justice Foundation, on behalf of Operation Outcry and The Moral Outcry, acknowledges that the Supreme Court correctly held today that a state has a right to give human dignity to the remains of aborted children by proper burial. (Click here to view.)

However, Justice Ginsburg in her concurrence stated: "A woman who exercises her constitutionally protected right to terminate a pregnancy is not a 'mother.'" This is a denial of the basic reality of motherhood which seems to be necessary if one is going to support abortion. Abortion is not a fundamental human right; it is a crime against humanity.

The Moral Outcry Petition, through its founder, Melinda Thybault, has already gathered the signatures of over 175,000 people who believe abortion is a crime against humanity and strongly urges the Supreme Court to reject the extreme rejection of biological reality of Justice Ginsburg. The Supreme Court should reverse its abortion cases.

Justice Ginsburg has previously stated in Gonzales v. Carhart that she agrees with the majority that abortion is a "painful and difficult" decision. The fact that women somehow know they are "mothers" is why it is a difficult and painful decision for everyone.

The Women of Operation Outcry, which has collected over 4,600 legally admissible written testimonies of women with abortion in their past, know the pain, agony and trauma of abortion. Their brief on behalf of 180 women hurt by abortion in Gonzales v. Carhart led the Supreme Court to admit that:

    "...some women come to regret their choice to abort the INFANT LIFE they once created and sustained." ... "Severe depression and loss of esteem can follow." -- Gonzales v. Carhart, 550 U.S. 124, at 159 (2007). (emphasis added)

We also salute Justice Thomas for his acknowledgement of the historical racial basis for abortion in his concurrence (p. 3). He has invited further national discussion of race and abortion in future cases. As an African American, he is sensitive to racial discrimination in abortion. His concurrence is a must read (click here).

The racial roots of Margaret Sanger, the Founder of Planned Parenthood, and Alan Guttmacher, one of the earliest presidents of Planned Parenthood are extremely well documented in his concurrence. Killing Black "infant lives" in the womb because of their race is atrocious.

SOURCE The Justice Foundation

CONTACT: Allan E. Parker, 210-614-7157, info@txjf.org

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