Progressives everywhere are throwing a hissy fit in the wake of the Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe v. Wade. The fact is, these people love abortion—it is their sacrament into their religion of death and destruction. That goes for those calling themselves pastors, too. The guaranteed right to practice their religious sacrament at the expense of the lives of millions of the innocent has been taken from them.
And they’re angry.
Yet, these same people—the left and center-left progressives who now represent the face of Evangelicalism—will no doubt capitalize on this moment to advance their own political purposes. Those progressives, the social justice warriors, are already using this to prop up the notion that a post-Roe society requires welfare to underprivileged women in exchange for not murdering their children.
I’ve written numerous articles already documenting the progressives who are pushing the “pro-life from womb to tomb” narrative attempting to guilt conservatives into buying into their welfare ideology in exchange for less abortion—it’s not going to happen. But here is a new one, a video dug up by Woke Preacher TV of a pastor saying that anti-abortion Christians actually have abortions because they don’t fund universal child care and other nonsense.
“People who are against transgenders,” he starts off, “you are against God.”
“Until you become prophetic, until you become a pastor, you really have no right to treat them with anything but love and respect.”
He then bloviates into the abortion narrative. “The same folk who say they are right to life, having as many abortions as those who want abortion. See, I know that! I’ve known for a long time. So don’t try to fool with me. I’m not to be fooled with,” he stated.
“You against abortion, but you won’t fund universal child care. You won’t fund quality education, but you’re against abortion. You won’t fund health care for human beings. I’m a prophet! I will not be muzzled by your popular feeling. I see you! I know who you are. I understand the underlying issue is to cause division,” he continued.