Will the Real U.S. Government Please Stand Up?
From 2016 until now, 2020, the Democrat leadership has shown itself to be vehemently against the presidency of Donald Trump, proclaiming nothing short of an edict of direct attack on his integrity, with the intention to stop the beginning and continuance of his tenure. Former President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, used and directed the powers of the government to UNSURP the democratic process and utterly end President Trump’s presidency.
They did not succeed.
Donald Trump, a ‘Pro Life’ President, who in his first week of office immediately began taking action steps to curtail and end the federal governments involvement in bankrolling child-womb slaughter, fought all the charges tooth and nail, and then it was proven the Democratic Party leadership, namely those two officials aforementioned, were in fact the initiators of directing and employing the powers of the state to surveil and attempt to cause to falter the newly elected administration.
They foresaw that the new President had aligned himself with the growing Pro life America movement. Charismatic former President Barack Obama, with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, an outspoken proponent of the eugenics abortion ideology of Margaret Sanger, who has lead initiatives to indoctrinate African countries (see book Target Africa, Obianuju Ekeochoa), understood that the tides had changed in respect to the defense of the abortion narrative that growing humans in the womb are ‘property’ of the mother, that the law has to protect this idea of humans as property, and as such, the human can be legally and righteously discarded as a constitutionally-protected human liberty.
President Trump and his administration, have been outspoken defenders of human rights, including the protection of the children in the womb. His placement of former Governor, Nikki Haley as his first U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, stepped up its defense of humanity in the womb effectively ending its involvement in the U.S. federal monetization of abortion internationally (January 2017, Mexico City Policy).
The abortion industry receives an average of $550 million every year from American tax payers, and uses millions of these dollars to support the placement of elected officials in government, the media, and the entertainment industry, who in turn, become supporters of the abortion industry. Using tax payer money to unnaturally sustain the narrative that children in the womb can be legally defined as property is an affront to the founding idea of justice, and to the declaration that we are endowed with certain unalienable rights from our Creator.
The abortion-industry fueled conglomerate of legislators, corporate media, institutions of higher learning, and entertainment get their funding from American citizens, whether these consent to it or not. Likewise, the Democrat agenda that exists besides the abortion contingent, is a mute point to the Democrat leadership who has openly pledged its allegiance to maintaining its prioritization of continuing the ‘humans are property in the womb’ narrative. What this does to any of the other Democrat issues is effectively scuttling them and has re-launched Abortion as the Democrat Party platform.
What kind of government is that?
The abortion industry can control our government and culture to ensure its longevity to continue a system of human slaughter?
The Presidency, our Congress, and our Supreme Court can be purchased? What Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas experienced in his confirmation proves that he was the ‘wrong black man’ because he was not willing to be aligned with the abortion industry. What Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh experienced in his senate confirmation was an abortion-industry led circus too. The abortion industry does not care about America. It does not care about the rule of law. It does not care about God. It does not care about people. It cares about itself only, and it places itself first before anything else — before the Democrat Party and before the importance of having a government for and of the people.