Protecting “Women’s Health”
Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – “Let’s take this to its logical conclusion and pretend that Anthony Kennedy is going to side with Darth Vader Ginsburg and the rest of the progressive culture of death demons. All that one must possess in order to murder babies in Texas, according to Planned Parenthood, is the know-how to do so.” Check out today’s transcript for the rest….
Begin Mike Church Show Transcript
Mike: The Hellerstedt case, how many of you have heard of the Hellerstedt case? Well, the Hellerstedt case that has arisen from the State of Texas. Texas, in 2011, began debating, and in 2013 passed, a law that basically says if you’re going to murder babies in these murder factories we call abortion clinics, if you’re going to murder babies in abortion clinics for mortally sinful women and at the behest of absentee or mortally sinful fathers who are either in concurrence or not informed, if you’re going to murder babies in these baby body part manufacturing facilities, you have to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital. What does that mean? That means that a hospital that administers actual life-saving care instead of life-ending neglect, must have acknowledged that you have sufficient education, accreditation, liability insurance, etc. so that you can see patients and try to prolong their life at their hospital. That’s what that means. So Texas said: If you’re going to kill babies, then you have to have the qualifications of a medical practitioner to do so. It’s Texas’s way of running the aborters, the baby killers, out of the state.
Of course, the usual suspects, Celine [sic] Richards, the daughter of Ann “Ma” Richards – you remember Ma Richards? [mocking] “We don’t lie,” she thundered at the 1992 Democratic National Circus. Cecile Richards and others at Planned Parenthood – an oxymoron if there ever was one – sued. Their case basically says that anyone that knows how to perform the procedure must be allowed to perform it. Think about that. Anyone that knows how to perform the procedure must be allowed to perform it. Let’s carry this to its logical conclusion if the case ends 5-3. That’s the only way Hellerstedt is repealed. By the way, if the SCOTUS does repeal it, let me introduce you to yesterday’s conversation of nullification. Nullify their act. As a matter of fact, this Texas legislature should call – the governor should call a special session and the legislature should convene. They should resolve that if the SCOTUS has the unmitigated gall to try and overturn Hellerstedt, they will, u sing the newfound power called nullification, they will nullify or interpose and not submit to this unlawful order. So go ahead, vote 5-3. See if we care.
The five Catholics – this is where I want to put the eggs in the basket. The five Catholics on that court, if there is any modicum decency left in American government – and there isn’t – the five Catholics would unanimously hold that Texas acted prudently and constitutionally, nay, morally, in passing that act, and they will deny the plaintiff’s challenge to it 5-3. Let me give you the names of the five Catholics on the Supreme Court so we know who is either going to be guilty of apostasy or who is actually going to take their Catholicism / Christianity literally. God’s watching. Anthony Kennedy. Sonia Sotomayor is going to have to stick her finger in Obama’s eye and say: Sorry, Barry, got to go with the majority on this one. Samuel Alito. John Roberts. Clarence Thomas. That’s five. That’s a majority of Christians, supposedly practicing Christians. There’s nothing to discuss here. Texas is right. Planned Parenthood is wrong. 5-3, katy bar the door, be done with it. That’s not the way it’s going to go down; it’s the way it should go down.
Let’s take this to its logical conclusion and pretend that Anthony Kennedy is going to side with Darth Vader Ginsburg and the rest of the progressive culture of death demons. All that one must possess in order to murder babies in Texas, according to Planned Parenthood, is the know-how to do so. [mocking] “Mike, what they actually said was they could be accredited somewhere else and not in Texas. Mr. Church, get the facts straight.”
No, I’m not going to get the facts straight, because what the implication is is if you know how to do it, it’s a woman’s right to choose and you ought to be able to have someone kill, murder your soon-to-be-born child. It’s a medical procedure, right? Everyone agrees this is a medical procedure. If you know how to do it, you should have the right to do it.
You know what I’m going to do? I’m going to go and draw up a little piece of paper on a notepad. It’s going to say: El Jefe Dude, M. Church, MD. It’s going to give my address and everything on it. It’s going to have a couple check boxes on there. I’m going to write some fancy Latin words on there and I’m going to write myself a prescription for Demerol. What do you people want? You want Vicodin? You want tramadol? You want Seconal? You want Haldol? You want Quaaludes? They don’t make those anymore. What do you want? Hey, I know how to write a prescription, and I know how to take the pill, too. Why can’t I write a prescription? [mocking] “Mike, that’s not the same thing.” Yes, it is. It most certainly is.
Here’s another one. I’m going to write you a prescription for marijuana. Toke it up, boys. Dr. El Jefe Dude prescribes Kentucky blue grass for me. Why not? I know how to write a prescription. I know how to administer it. Why not? Open your mouth, stick your tongue out. I’ll put a little Vicodin on there. Take a sip of water and swallow. By the way, you might need a whole one of those frosted mini-wheats that Ted Cruz was chomping on last night. Choke it down with a little food. They say it’s better for your tummy. There you go, Dr. Mike delivered.
Folks, we are at the end of perverted days. This is the defense that Planned Parenthood wishes to bring to bear so that babies can continue to be killed. You want to tell me this is about some sick definition of liberty? No, it’s not and it never has been. It is about imposing and then getting people to adapt their minds to the imposition that the culture of death is the way to go. It’s good. Come on in, the water is warm. Death rocks. If this isn’t diabolical, then nothing ever has been diabolical. This is not happening in the USSR. It is not happening in Czechoslovakia under Nicolae Ceausescu. It’s not happening in Italy under Il Duce. It’s not happening in Germany under Hitler. It’s not happening in Japan under Hirohito. It’s not happening in China under Mao Tse-tung. It’s not happening in Cambodia under the Khmer Rouge. It’s not happening in Cuba under the Castro brother – one of them is dead now. It’s not happening in Venezuela under Hugo Chavez. It’s not happening under Daniel Ortega and the Sandinistas in Nicaragua. It’s happening in America, right here in the alleged land of the free, mobile home of the brave. We are surrounded by the demonic, by the diabolical. We won’t even acknowledge, or most of us won’t acknowledge, that there is such a thing as sin. You have to hear this about this case because I don’t think anyone else is going to tell you about it.
Sean Fitzpatrick writing at The Imaginative Conservative website this morning:
Abortion that is “safe and legal” is a fallacy, though it is the perversion of truth that moral relativists rely on in pushing their escapist, liberal agenda of inconsequentialism. As murder, abortion is never safe and defies the natural parameters of law. A further couching of the contradiction is that the killing of an unborn baby is labeled a matter of “women’s health.” In all cases where the principles of relativism are upheld, however, it is not long before the illogical will arise. The question is, whether it will be acknowledged or ignored—which is a big question nowadays. On Wednesday, March 2, arguments were heard at the Supreme Court of the United States in the most significant case concerning abortion in more than two decades, and one where the contradictions of the culture of death are glaring and the stakes for the future are high.
Mike: Then he tells the story about Dr. Kermit Gosnell. You remember the one who was killing babies that were about to come out of a mother’s womb as she was in contractions, sticking drills into their heads and drilling their brains out, preserving some of them in jars in formaldehyde so he could sell the parts? This is absolutely ghastly. Women were dying as a result of Dr. Kermit Gosnell’s treachery. It was all legal, all safe and legal.
After Gosnell’s conviction for murder and multiple malpractice crimes in 2013, a law was passed in Texas to prevent such extreme cases . . . [Mike: I gave you the setup for the cases. I gave you what’s going on, what the question is before the SCOTUS.]
Pro-abortion groups have paradoxically fought this Texas law for health in the name of “women’s health” all the way to the Supreme Court. In the full regalia of mismatched positions, Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt examines whether abortion clinics should be forced to meet the legal standards of health and safety as found in outpatient clinics in providing “safe and legal” abortions for “women’s health.” The Court here takes another look at what constitutes a state-imposed abortion restriction . . . [Mike: I told you what is actually being decided upon.]
In the end, what is at stake with this ruling is significant. The Texas law could be viewed as an attempt to truly, and perhaps even finally, protect women’s health by putting heavy restrictions on abortion mills, which could effectively end their ability to operate on the scale that they currently do. [Mike: This is significant, folks.] Even now, similar laws are working their way through lower courts . . . The law viewed in this way says in effect, “This clinic is not safe enough for a woman to kill her child in. Close it.” [Mike: Folks, there is no clinic that is safe enough for a woman to kill her child in.]
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The modern desire, or determination, to break free from moral consequences presents a culturally slippery slope. “Safe and legal” abortions can, in fact, lead to Gosnell’s house of horrors. It is no secret that the abortion trade is not known to attract the squeakiest-cleanest, wonderfully-highly-skilled physicians; or to operate under much regulatory oversight; or to take place under optimal conditions . . . This could serve as a springboard to prevent the murder of innocent children and protect women’s health from people posturing as ministers of women’s health.
Mike: Mr. Fitzpatrick, there is a moral statement or a moral tradition that is actually at stake here. There is a moral vocation, a moral action, a moral paradigm that is at stake here.
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