This Must Mean That “Abortion Rights” are a Godless, Satanist Value and the Leftist Media Understands This
In their article titled “Why Satanists may be the last, best hope to save abortion rights in Texas,” Brett Bachmann writes about how the “nontheistic organization” sent a letter to the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) demanding and pressuring them for access to abortion pills for its members.
You read that correctly. Apparently, the organization will hold “abortion rituals” where the Satanic Temple members will “need abortion pills” based on the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
So, is this a “nontheistic” organization, or not? If the Satanic Temple is using Religious Liberty laws, that sounds more like they are trying to be a religion of Satan, after all.
“I am sure Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton will be proud to see that Texas’s robust Religious Liberty laws, which he so vociferously champions, will prevent future Abortion Rituals from being interrupted by superfluous government restrictions meant only to shame and harass those seeking an abortion,” Satanic Temple spokesperson Lucien Greaves told the San Antonio Current.
Greaves went on to say that “the battle for abortion rights is largely a battle of competing religious viewpoints, and our viewpoint that the nonviable fetus is part of the impregnated host is fortunately protected under Religious Liberty laws.”
On top of the whole Satanism issue, it would seem Salon.com is trying to make it seem like there are no ways out of a rape or incest pregnancy. This couldn’t be farther from the truth.
The Texas law absolutely allows for abortions not only before six weeks for any reason, but after those six weeks you can for incest and rape. I wonder why Salon believes before six weeks is “before most women know they are pregnant” and lumps that in with the rape issue. If you are raped as a woman, you should head straight to a hospital for a rape kit. This entire process will get you the medical treatment you need and you will know WELL before six weeks if you are pregnant.
Six weeks shouldn’t be an issue.
Are you as sickened by not only Salon.com’s admittance but also the Satanic Temple’s “abortion rituals” as we are? Let us know in the comments below.
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