Tell Me, Pastor Hagemyer, How Many Times Have “We” Been Pregnant?

From the New York Times:

Demonstrators flooded the National Mall on Friday morning in anticipation of a historic moment for the anti-abortion movement: the first sitting president to address the annual March for Life in person.

Roy Hagemyer, 62, a pastor from Mohave Valley, Arizona, who was standing at the corner of 15th Street and Constitution Avenue giving out signs reading “Human Rights begin in the Womb,” could barely contain his excitement ahead of Mr. Trump’s speech.

“The president is going to speak here today, the first time in history,” he said, smiling. “That really puts a lot of horse power behind our movement.”

Mr. Hagemyer said Mr. Trump’s support makes him even more optimistic about the future. “I firmly believe that in my lifetime we will see Roe V. Wade overturned,” he said referring to the landmark 1973 Supreme Court ruling that extended federal protections to abortion. “The tide is turning. People are starting to realize abortion is not something we should be doing.”

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3 thoughts on “Tell Me, Pastor Hagemyer, How Many Times Have “We” Been Pregnant?

  1. There was an announcement on the news this morning that Tennessee’s governor announced he’s once again pushing a bill that would make all abortions illegal once a heartbeat can be detected. He was surrounded by men when he made the announcement. The fact that he wouldn’t, and probably couldn’t, get a single woman to stand next to him just highlights how little he cares about how much this will affect women.

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    • Yes, and these same “right to life” people are the first ones to turn their backs on kids once their born. They only matter to them when they’re in utero. As I’ve always said and will continue to do so, it’s not about protecting the “unborn.” It’s all about controlling those pesky women.

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