Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – Here is what is being combatted by the Prolife Women’s Conference. You hear Laura talking here. You’ve heard Marjorie Dannenfelser of the Susan B. Anthony List talking about these issues and the battle against the diabolical forces of the cult of death. It’s always helpful, though, I think, to be reminded of what these people actually sound like. Check out today’s transcript for the rest….
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Mike: Here is what is being combatted by the Prolife Women’s Conference. You hear Laura talking here. You’ve heard Marjorie Dannenfelser of the Susan B. Anthony List talking about these issues and the battle against the diabolical forces of the cult of death. It’s always helpful, though, I think, to be reminded of what these people actually sound like. Here’s an example, Laura.
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Ilyse Hogue: I am a fourth generation Texan. Texas women are tough. We approach challenges with clear eyes and full hearts. To succeed in life, all we need are the tools, the trust, and the chance to chart our own path. I was fortunate enough to have these things when I found out I was pregnant years ago. I wanted a family, but it was the wrong time. I made the decision that was best for me, to have an abortion and get compassionate care in a clinic in my own community. Now, years later, my husband and I are parents to —
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Mike: Shut up. That’s Ilyse Hogue. I heard that in real time at the Dumbocrat national cult of death circus last August and knew that we had, as a civilization and a society, had either gotten to the bottom or about as close to the bottom as we could get. There’s a woman on international television boasting to loud cheers and applause as she killed her soon-to-be-born child. It doesn’t get any lower or worse for humanity than that, in my humble estimation. Whenever I hear about anyone that is going to stand opposed to Ms. Hogue, Planned Parenthood, and all the rest of these genocidal, infanticide maniacs, I’m already in. You had me at prolife. There’s such a stark contrast to talk to you, mother of four or five?
Laura: I have four living children. I have seven children in Heaven, which is why I do what I do.
Mike: That’s a story in and of itself. We could talk about that if you want to. I won’t pressure you into that.
Laura: That’s what I do.
Mike: To talk to you and to talk to Mrs. Youngblood, who has nine and also has a few in Heaven, I have friends that have ten, seven, six, five, and seven, there is such a contrast in the way prolife women comport themselves publically and privately and the way that what you just heard there, which to me is the exact opposite of feminism — that’s denying your femininity. Also, for a diabolical extra credit, denying life to what may have been another woman. She didn’t get into that. To me there’s such a stark contrast there. People that are publically prolife just conduct themselves differently. The way they sound is so much different from the way those people sound. I look forward to hearing more. Do you know Ms. Hogue? Have you ever done personal battle with Ms. Hogue?
Laura: Not to my knowledge.
Mike: I bet you could take her, Laura, I really do.
Laura: I think I could. I know a lot of Texas women. They are tough. I love them to death. That’s where Abby Johnson is from Texas. A lot of our ladies are from Texas. They’re tough cookies. They could take Ms. Hogue, too.
Mike: I’d like to see her taken, actually. This is on international television. You heard the women cheering in the background. You’ve been doing this for a lot longer than I have, and I do it safely behind a microphone. When you meet women like her that have actually done this, they’ve actually had abortions, some of them are going to be speaking at your conference, I believe, what’s the difference between the ones that have seen the error of their ways and her?
Laura: The acceptance of healing. That’s what it comes down to. You get angry because if you kill your own child, you have to kill a part of yourself. You have to kill your conscience. You have to kill the part of you that hears God, that knows what’s right and wrong. We are all made with that innate knowledge, that natural law. You can’t escape it; you can just run from it until it catches up with you. When you hear that anger and you hear the vitriol, it’s almost grasping and justifying because the healing hasn’t happened. There’s a denial of it, and it’s really sad, and scary sometimes.
Mike: Scary to just consider that what Ms. Hogue did at the Democrat national cult of death circus was to encourage anyone else that might have listened and might have viewed that favorably to repeat it. You used the word justify. She attempted to justify, “Time wasn’t right for me.” That’s one of the common threads that runs through the thought process, the word “me.” It wasn’t right for me. It wasn’t my time. We weren’t prepared. It’s a stunning, shocking lack of humility. There’s just a me. There’s not an us. To say you made the decision that was right for you, there’s another human being involved here, the one that’s gestating in your womb. I don’t know. You say you’ve been in these battles for a long time. I’ve never actually met any —
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