With the recent SCOTUS ruling ending Roe vs Wade and sending the issue of abortion back to the States, I think it is time that we understand this simple fact:
There Is Not Now, Nor Has There EVER Been A ‘Right’ To Murder An Unborn Child!
This is 100% fact, and every lawyer who has bothered to study the Founders knows this. I will now prove it. Stay with me, this will not take long.
“Before the formation of this Constitution, it had been affirmed as a self-evident truth, in the declaration of Independence, very deliberately made by the Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled that, “all men are created equal, and are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights.” This declaration of Independence was received and ratified by all the States in the Union and has never been disannulled. May we not from hence conclude, that the doctrine of Liberty and Equality is an article in the political creed of the United States.”
– Samuel Adams, United States Founding Father, Signer of the Declaration of Independence, “Father of the American Revolution”, Governor of Massachusetts, “The Writings of Samuel Adams”, Harry Alonzo Cushing, editor (New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1908), Vol. IV, p. 357, to the Legislature of Massachusetts on January 17, 1794.
Why does this matter? Because a key player in the creation of this nation, the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution said that the Declaration is our founding document, not the Constitution. What’s more, according to Sam Adams, if the Declaration has not been disannulled (and it hasn’t, it’s only been severed from the Constitution), then it is still in force. Which means this clause is law, and even a first grader can understand what it means:
“We hold these Truths to be self-evident, that all Men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life,…”
FULL STOP! Right there, in our founding document, we see that we are created with the Right to life — period! Creation is the moment of conception, therefore, this ends the debate. But I will go one further, to provide a second witness:
“Human life from its commencement to its close is protected by the common law. In the contemplations of law life begins when the infant is fist able to stir in the womb by the law is protected.”
— James Wilson, signer of the Declaration and Constitution
There you go: abortion would have been considered murder by our Founders. But wait! You say this allows abortion up to the point where the child first starts to move? Wrong! The reason this is the point stated by the Founders is because — in their time — this was the earliest you could be sure you were pregnant. You see, they did not have early pregnancy tests back then. So, they set the point where it was clear that a woman was with child: the quickening.
There you go: a proof so simple a child can understand it.
The Declaration of Independence is our founding document and it carries the weight of law.
The Declaration states that Rights are granted by God, and that the Right to life begins at the moment of conception (creation).
Common law recognizes the unborn as a person and protects the child’s life while still in the womb.
Now, please, stop trying to justify murder! And stop saying that you have a right over your own body: the unborn child is not your body. If you cannot be responsible for your actions, then do not have sex!
Otherwise, accept it: you want to be allowed to murder an innocent child, and you do not want to be judged for your irresponsible behaviors, but you also want others to tell you you are the victim and to even pay for your evil acts. NO! I will do none of that!
Now, STOP THIS LAWLESSNESS!
Either abstain from sex, or accept the responsibility for your actions. Just don’t claim you have a right to murder an innocent person.
[NOTE: YES! I am saying that all the lawyers who disagree with this post are wrong! NO! I do not need a law degree to say so! The Supreme Court knows this is all true, and if they don’t, then they are not qualified to hold their seat. The Court is not stupid; they just don’t care. The truth is simple: there are so few people left in our legal system who actually know what a fact is — let alone how to find them; and so few people who know what an oath is — let alone bother to keep theirs — that it is seen as an act of subversion when a principled officer of the law states facts and defends the law. So many of our ‘debates’ could be ended if we were to just read the Founders’ words and stop with what they said. But then, this would not allow the tyrants among us any room to subvert and destroy this nation, so we can’t have anything like that — not so long as they have power…]