Texas City Now a ‘Sanctuary City for the Unborn’

While part of the country is fighting for “sanctuary cities” for illegal immigrants, where they can come live and dwell in the United States illegally, and others are fighting for the “right” to an abortion, an East Texas city is setting the bar.

Waskom, Texas has declared their little town a sanctuary for the unborn. Essentially stating that the unborn are safe there and even ‘voted unanimously to ban abortions within the city’s corporate limits.’

Local news KLTV reports: 

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The actions on the two Right to Life ordinances came during the City Council’s meeting Tuesday evening.

Two days earlier, Right to Life of East Texas and First Baptist Church of Waskomheld a rally.

Dr Ivy Shelton

June 9, 2019 Pro Life

Posted by First Baptist Church Waskom on Sunday, June 9, 2019

In a Facebook post, Right to Life of East Texas says the Resolution for Life declares “that all human life, including fetal life at every stage of gestation, must always be protected and that society must protect those who cannot protect themselves.”

The group goes on to claim that the action makes Waskom the first sanctuary city for the unborn in Texas.

I agree with the group and think that the city has a great idea. The entire country should be a safe haven for unborn Americans. There is absolutely no reason to murder off our future generations.

Abortion is selfish, vile, and downright evil. It is nothing short of murder.

Bro Rusty Thomas

June 9, 2019 PMRight to Life East Texas

Posted by First Baptist Church Waskom on Sunday, June 9, 2019

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