Federal judges and their bloodthirsty gods...

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Yesterday, a female federal judge appointed by President Obama subverted the will of the people of Indiana by issuing a temporary injunction against our new state law outlawing the murder of certain unborn children. House Enrolled Act 1337 passed by our legislature and signed by our governor says a woman may not pay a doctor to murder her child because she doesn't like the child's sex, race, or handicap. The law also requires mothers and the doctors they pay to murder their child to dispose of the child's body respectfully, by cremation or burial. No longer will they be allowed to throw their murdered children into the dumpster or down the sewer.

Indiana's attorney general issued a statement telling citizens to respect Judge Tanya Walton Pratt's decision because the ability to "question the constitutionality of the statutes is an important safeguard in our system of checks and balances."

No, I will not respect this decision, nor the judge who made it, nor the President who appointed her, nor the law school profs who trained her, nor the family members who eat dinner with her each evening. She is a moral monster. She is also a judicial poser operating entirely outside the rule of law. The rule of law begins with the protection of those at the margins of society who are unable...

to protect themselves—the elderly, the unborn, the newborn with genetic abnormalities, the feeble, and the poor.

Judge Tanya Walton Pratt has made a mockery of the rule of law. She deserves not one iota of respect. She ruled solely on the basis of her own religious commitments to sacrificing children on the altars of her own gods who are manifestly bloodthirsty demons.

Who are those demons controlling her?

We can identify them be reading the statement issued by another woman, Betty Cockrum, who runs the baby-killing operations of Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky and is delighted by Judge Tanya Walton Pratt's ruling:

This cruel law painted a grim picture for Indiana women with its blatant, unwelcome intrusion into private, independent decision making. HEA 1337 is a violation of the sacred doctor and patient relationship. Today's decision shows Gov. Mike Pence that he cannot force his religious ideology on Hoosiers. It is further compelling recognition by the courts that legislation interfering with women's reproductive rights will not be tolerated.

If you're going to speak of abortion over this Fourth of July holiday, do it truthfully. Speak of mothers who murder their little baby because they don't want a girl or a boy, because they don't want a handicapped child, because they don't want a white or black or Hispanic child. Speak of the doctors they pay to do the murder. Speak of Planned Parenthood hiring the doctors and providing the buildings and equipment to murder the child, taking a cut from the proceeds of these murders. Speak of the unsanitariness of our sanitary landfills where these babies bodies are dumped and fry in the hot summer sun. Speak of law schools that produce lawyers who know how to keep this machinery of slaughter up and running using lies built upon other lies.

Don't use language that lowers the decibel level. Doing so betrays the babies, and a baby is no one's enemy.

And they were bringing children to Him so that He might touch them; but the disciples rebuked them. But when Jesus saw this, He was indignant and said to them, “Permit the children to come to Me; do not hinder them; for the kingdom of God belongs to such as these." (Mark 10:13, 14)


Tim Bayly

Tim serves Clearnote Church, Bloomington, Indiana. He and Mary Lee have five children and big lots of grandchildren.

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