Pro-abortionists do not have their morals intact, and I don’t believe you can convince me otherwise.
As if supporting the murder of unborn babies was not horrible enough, pro-choicers are now attacking Alabama Senator Garlan Gudger, threatening to rape his wife .
Gudger stands by his statements that “abortion is murder” and “an unborn baby is a person who deserves protection, even in the most difficult of circumstances,” following the new abortion bill in Alabama. The bill bans abortions except in the case of the mother’s health.
Earlier this month, Alabama Republican Gov. Kay Ivey signed into law the Alabama Human Life Protection Act, which criminalizes abortion for any reason other than to “avert (a mother’s) death or to avert serious risk of substantial physical impairment of a major bodily function,” or “if a second physician who is licensed in Alabama as a psychiatrist” diagnoses a “serious mental illness” with a “reasonable medical judgment that she will engage in conduct that could result in her death or the death of her unborn child.”
Because the law bans more abortions than any other pro-life law in the country, its passage has been met with joy from pro-life activists, outrage from the abortion lobby and its allies, and some strategic disagreement among conservatives. It is meant to provoke a legal challenge that pro-lifers hope will reach the U.S. Supreme Court, possibly leading to the overturn of Roe v. Wade.
However, as pro-lifers rejoice, those who oppose the bill are getting nastier and nastier.
Senator Gudger revealed just how hard it’s been on his family to support this bill.
“It’s been tough dealing with the balancing of my wife and my children being attacked,” he said, “I obviously don’t like that part. No one should be attacked or threatened with harm for a difference of opinion. But overall, I’m doing well, besides that.” He elaborated that “people have contacted my 15-year-old son on Snapchat and social media,” while “my wife had been contacted that they were going to break into our house and rape and do other things to her.”
“It’s been a lot of stress at our household — and a lot of the other colleagues on the floor the same way,” Gudger continued.
Despite the attacks, the senator says he will not waiver in his beliefs, nor apologize for them.