The War on the Unborn
Series Crosstalk America
Despite the fact that Roe has been overturned by the Supreme Court, there is still a war on the unborn. What the major media won't tell you is that according to LifeNews.com, there have been over 100 pro-life organizations, pregnancy centers and churches that have been victims of arson, vandalism and threats since May when someone leaked the draft of the Supreme Court abortion decision.
The radical group, Jane's Revenge, has taken responsibility for at least some of the attacks, and despite the fact that there have been calls for an investigation and arrests by Senate Republicans, this group still fails to make the list of domestic terrorist groups by the Southern Poverty Law Center.
With more on this issue, Jim welcomed Pastor Jim Harden back to Crosstalk. Pastor Harden is the president and CEO of CompassCare Pregnancy Services in New York. He pioneered the first measurable and repeatable medical model in the pregnancy center movement, helping over 650 centers nationwide become more effective at reaching more women and saving more babies from abortion. He has written extensively on medical ethics, executive leadership, and pro-life strategy.
One of the most surprising aspects surrounding this issue has been the comments of Democrat Senator Mazie Hirono of Hawaii who indicated that in light of the Dobbs decision, this is literally a call to arms in our country.
In response, Pastor Harden described Senator Hirono as "late to the game" as arms have already been taken up against pro-life individuals. For example, Jane's Revenge has targeted many pro-life organizations without a single arrest in over 50 attacks on pregnancy centers.
|Sep 15, 2022