January 22, 2020, was the 47th anniversary of the infamous United States Supreme Court's Roe v. Wade decision which granted the federal government's imprimatur to abortion on demand as a newly 'created right' suddenly discovered hidden within the U.S. Constitution. Since that horrible decision, over 60 million babies have been aborted in America. The devastation extends to the millions of mothers who are damaged physically and emotionally, many of whom die themselves as a result of abortion. Friday, January 24, 2020, was the annual National March for Life in Washington DC. President Donald J Trump made history at that event by becoming the first president to address the March in person.
This author has been ardently pro-life for about 40 years or so. Along the way, I have participated in some protests by marching with thousands and in others by praying alone in front of Planned Parenthood clinics, as well as helping establish Crisis Pregnancy Care centers in two communities. During this time, I have also followed the antics and proposals of the "pro-choice" crowd closely and written much about the evil nature of the "pro-choice" philosophy. Earlier this year the vile doctrine of the Left plumbed the depths of evil to the very bottom by politicians in New York and Virginia promoting killing the baby up to, and even beyond, leaving the womb. Or so I thought. I should have known better. I actually underestimated how grotesque "pro-choice" actions can, and have become.