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American Brood of Vipers

By Judie Brown

Last night, we witnessed the confirmation of a Catholic to the position of associate justice of the Supreme Court, and next week, we elect a president. Given these two facts, is it any wonder the God-despising cadres are howling, growling, and prowling about churning out fallacies far and wide? They adore confusion and doubt because uncertainty serves their evil agenda best.

The ever left-leaning Vanity Fair tells its readers that, with the confirmation of Justice Amy Coney Barrett, America may witness the possibility that the death penalty could be imposed on women who seek abortion! How could they say this? Because Rhode Island senator Sheldon Whitehouse asked Barrett: “Under an originalist theory of interpretation, would there be any constitutional problem with a state making abortion a capital crime, thus subjecting women who get abortions to the death penalty?”

Barrett declined to respond to a hypothetical, sending her detractors up the wall.

Barrett’s adversaries include the reproductive technology industry and, of course, the Planned Parenthood Action Fund. They have told followers that the Barrett confirmation is a sham, arguing that the Supreme Court opening is “the people’s seat” and that Barrett’s confirmation is “an insult to the legacy of Justice Ginsburg, the dignity of the nation’s highest court, and our democracy.”

That statement emanates from a group pursuing our children with constant messages that encourage them to engage in sexual activity of every kind, jeopardizing their health and their souls in the process.

But it’s not just Justice Barrett who irks the brood. They are equally appalled by the election, using every scare tactic under the sun to instill false fear by making senseless claims.

The ever-fanatical Marie Claire tells its readers that not only is abortion on the ballot in November, but every health concern a woman might have is in jeopardy. This is predicated on their belief that aborting a baby is healthcare—a premise that is equal in credibility to the argument that killing your grandmother is elder care.

We find all of this quite typical. Evil always has a way of seeping into even the most obvious situations.

For example, how is it that in Colorado more than 130 doctors and scientists are in favor of a flawed late-term abortion ban, but the very same elite group is not putting their credibility on the line to end abortion once and for all? Perhaps these pillars of society are not opposed to killing babies if they are not yet 22 weeks of age in the womb. We hope this is not the case, but we would really appreciate it if they and the pro-life community promoting this proposal would get it right.

And why would the current Supreme Court say no to South Carolina’s efforts to cut off funding to Planned Parenthood? Some suggest that, with Barrett on the Court, there would be a six-vote majority in favor of defending life, but the current decision calls that into question. So why the hysteria?

Yes, there are many questions and too few answers. Clearly all the screaming about Justice Barrett and the election is designed to create frenzy without substance. That is because abortion is not a political issue, even though the vipers have made it so with the willing agreement of far too many of us.

Never forget that whether we are addressing the killing of an innocent preborn child or the decriminalized act of imposing death on an elderly person, every human being’s life is precious. Until Americans truly acknowledge this fact, all the political hype is nothing but hot air.

And frankly, that is exactly how the snakes like it. But Our Lord Jesus Christ has already spoken the truth about them, saying in Matthew 12:34: “You brood of vipers, how can your speech be good when you are evil? For words flow out of what fills the heart.”

Each of them will have his day before God, and so shall we. Therefore, let us strive always to pursue justice for every innocent person; God will take care of the rest.