Civil Rights for the Unborn

Gage Skidmore

Evangelist Alveda King is the director of civil rights for the unborn for priests for life.

On December 3rd, when a group of national and local pro-life leaders, including myself, arrived at the door of the campaign headquarters of Democratic Senate candidate Raphael Warnock on Edgewood Avenue, we wanted to deliver messages drawn from Bible teachings about the sanctity of all human life.

The campaign staff immediately locked the doors and refused to meet with us.

Our peaceful protest march started and ended in Ebenezer Baptist Church, where Warnock has pastor for 15 years and where my grandfather, Martin Luther King Sr.; Father, Rev. AD King, and Uncle, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., was a pastor and preacher during the civil rights movement.

But Warnock’s Church is not the church – literally or figuratively – that is so prominent in the King family legacy. My family preached from the historic Ebenezer Baptist, an altar of God based on 1 Samuel 7:12.

“Then Samuel took a stone and placed it between Mizpah and Shen and called it Ebenezer and said,” So far the Lord has helped us “(1 Samuel 7:12 King James Version)

Warnock’s pulpit is located in Ebenezer’s Horizons Chapel, which opened in 1999. It’s across the street but couldn’t be further from the church I knew. Warnock’s pulpit is an altar to Baal dedicated to child sacrifice.

“And you are not to let any of your descendants go by fire to Molech, nor are you to profane the name of your God: I am the Lord.” – Leviticus 18:21 NKJV

Warnock “clearly” believes in a mother’s right to end the life of her own child. I wonder if he understands that abortion affects the black community: babies born to black mothers are three times more likely to be aborted than white babies, resulting in 20 million black children being legally killed in America since 1973, questioning the main civil rights issue our time.

I hope Warnock also knows that most of the women who have died from “safe and legal” abortions in recent years have been women of color.

Warnock often spits out the nonsensical, all-too-frequent refrain that abortion takes place between a woman and her doctor. But I wonder if he knows that the vast majority of abortions are done in freestanding abortion companies, where doctors are only seen during the procedure itself. These are not doctors who know their patients, know their medical history, and have their best interests at heart. These are abortionists who make profit on patients and see women only for the time it literally takes to rob them of their lives.

The other Democratic candidate running for the second seat in the US Senate is abortion friend Jon Ossoff, whose claim to fame prior to this campaign is that he lost an expensive, planned parenting-backed election to the US House Has. His supporters in his Senate race include NARAL Pro-Choice America, the Planned Parenthood Action Fund, and Planned Parenthood Southeast Associates. So not much has changed in that time.

While both candidates’ support for abortion is well documented, I would love to hear how they answer the question of whether they support:

  • Force taxpayers to pay the bill for the abortion
  • Rescuing babies who survive abortion and are born alive
  • Pass federal law repealing the most sensible abortion regulations, such as: B. Parental involvement and clinic regulations.

The softball questions the media gently asks these candidates of their choice never get to the heart of the matter. I want to go there.

Joe Biden (and the Democratic Platform) plan to abolish the Hyde Amendment, which in most cases protects taxpayers from having to pay the bill for the abortion. Can Warnock and Ossoff force their constituents to pay for abortion even if they object to the consumption of innocent human life on religious, moral, or humanitarian grounds? This is something voters need to know because even a lot of pro-choice people don’t want that blood on their hands.

Democrats in Congress have repeatedly refused to even consider the Live Abortion Survivors Protection Act, which would ensure babies born alive after a failed abortion receive adequate medical care. I would like to know if Warnock and Ossoff, if elected, would support such a bill. This is not an abortion bill; This is about babies outside the womb. Surely a Christian pastor like Warnock would at least so far overcome the partisan difference?

Finally, I want to know what every candidate thinks about the Women’s Health Protection Act, a radical law introduced at the 116th Congress that is sure to raise its ugly head again in the democratically run house of the 117th Congress. If enacted, this law would negate any law in all 50 states that seeks to protect unborn babies, protect their mothers, safeguard parental rights, and enable health care workers to exercise their rights of conscience.

Every voter in Georgia deserves to know where Warnock and Ossoff stand on these issues that are vital to women, the black community and the precious unborn child.

I am the one asking the questions, but we all need to know the answers.

Evangelist Alveda King is the director of civil rights for the unborn for priests for life.

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