Back in 2017, Oklahoma had the opportunity to elect a real governor that knew our history, stood on the Bible and declared that his platform was to abolish abortion and stop regulating it with so-called “pro-life” bills. His name was Dan Fisher. However, when it came time to vote, the people didn’t elect him. Others in the Oklahoma House and Senate have pushed for the real abolition of human abortion only to have a “pro-life” governor refuse to sign it into law. Yet, the people are unshaken and are demanding an end, not more regulations, to human abortion, and on February 11 of this coming year, they’re taking to the capital to voice their grievances against their government for the murder of the unborn in Oklahoma.
On Tuesday, February 11, 2020 from 10 AM – 12 PM CST, thousands are expected to show up in support of turning the tide in Oklahoma and putting an end to human abortion.
According to the Abortion Day events page:
Child Sacrifice (abortion) is currently legal in Oklahoma but the tide is shifting toward its abolition!
The Abolition of Abortion in Oklahoma Act has been introduced in the State Senate by Senator Joseph Silk for the past three years and will be in the Senate again in 2020.
In 2019, for the first time, the Abolition of Abortion in Oklahoma Act had an organized effort behind it with the creation of Free the States.
Last year, we recruited 1,000 people to the capital building to call for the total and immediate abolition of abortion. On February 11th 2020, we are partnering with The Ekklesia of Oklahoma, Oklahomans United for Life, Operation Save America, Missionaries to the Preborn, Apologia Church and Studios, and Abolitionist Societies across the state to gather 5,000 people at the Capital to demand equal protection for the preborn in Oklahoma.
Please join us!
The protest will be held at the Oklahoma State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73105
Previously, Dan Fisher had spoken boldly about the need to abolish abortion, not just pass legislation that regulated it and call it “pro-life.”
In fact, those who believe that regulating abortion is somehow the way to go, listen to former Oklahoma Senator Randy Brogdon, who advanced and got signed into law “pro-life” legislation that continued to allow for the murder of the unborn. His powerful, short video is a testimony to the fact that it does not work.
Randy Brogdon Repents of Pro-Life Compromise
Former State Senator Randy Brogdon on why he regrets passing pro-life legislation.
Posted by Dan Fisher on Tuesday, February 27, 2018
Earlier this year, I wrote about 3 “pro-life” charlatans in Oklahoma who were opposing an anti-abortion bill.
If you wonder why America can’t seem to outlaw abortion, it’s often because of politicians who claim to be “pro-life,” and yet, are more comfortable regulating the murder of the unborn rather than stopping it. The latest evidence of this comes from Oklahoma, a state that had the opportunity to elect a governor who ran on the platform of abolishing abortion, but failed to do so. National Right to Life Vice President Tony Lauinger, and because of pro-life State Senators Jason Smalley (R-Stroud) and Greg Treat (R-Oklahoma City). Lauinger, who also is President of Oklahomans for Life, and their allies in the legislature have constantly opposed an abortion abolition bill while claiming they are pro-life.
SB13 has been opposed by these men who are masquerading as though they are pro-life, when in reality, they are demonstrating that they are pro regulating abortion. In other words, they are deceivers.
“The Abolition of Abortion in Oklahoma Act” reads in part:
“It is the intent of the Legislature to provide to unborn children the equal protection of the laws of this state; to establish that a living human child, from the moment of fertilization upon the fusion of a human spermatozoon with a human ovum, is entitled to the same rights, powers, privileges, justice and protections as are secured or granted by the laws of this state to any other human person; and to treat as void and of no effect any and all federal statutes, regulations, executive orders and court rulings, which would deprive an unborn child of the right to life.”
The Resurgent reports on the men named above as the real reason that abortion remains “legal,” even though it is actually unlawful.
These men, along with their allies in Oklahoma’s legislature, have committed to not hearing SB13, sentencing to death the roughly 5,000 babies who will be murdered in the state this year. In an article at The Oklahomanpublished on Saturday, Smalley and Treat explained that SB13 will not be heard in committee because it is unconstitutional. They’re wrong. The United States Constitution does not contain a right to murder a baby in the womb and no serious individual claims otherwise. According to former Dean of Stanford Law John Hart Ely, himself a supporter of abortion, “[Roe] is not constitutional law and gives almost no sense of an obligation to try to be.” Roe was a transparent power grab by a court intent on becoming the engine of societal upheaval.
In 2016, Lauinger wrote a letter advising senators against supporting SB1118 (the 2016 version of SB13) because ending abortion would repeal the pro-life regulations Lauinger helped pass. A five-part video series showed Lauinger in a tense confrontation with supporters of SB1118 further explaining his reasoning. In doing so, Lauinger either outed himself as the densest lobbyist in the country, not understanding that to end abortion, you have to get rid of regulations that allow abortion, or he is admitting that his priority is not ending abortion but maintaining his own legislative victories. There is simply no other explanation for his opposition. Lauinger continues to lobby against SB13 today.
According to The Oklahoman, Treat also said that passing SB13 and then losing a legal challenge could “hurt the pro-life movement.” This idea comes straight from Lauinger who has fraudulently argued that a hostile judge could strike down the parts of SB13 that end abortion while upholding the parts of SB13 that repeal pro-life regulations. Line 19 of page three makes SB13 inseverable. Lauinger and Treat either haven’t read the bill or aren’t being truthful.
Keep in mind that Smalley is chairman of the Oklahoma Senate Health and Human Services committee where SB13 has been assigned and Treat is the Pro Tempore of the Oklahoma State Senate.
Oklahoma State Senator Joseph Silk (R-Broken Bow) is the author of the bill. He has previously put forth legislation to abolish abortion alongside his counterpart in the House. However, “pro-life” then Governor Mary Fallin vetoed the legislation. Some pro-lifer, eh?
For Silk’s part, he is much like former Oklahoma Senator Randy Brogdon, who repented of trying to regulate abortion, he has begun to push for the complete abolition of it.
“The Senators who oppose SB 13 have zero knowledge of the Constitution and how our republic is supposed to work,” Silk said. “They believe that the courts are all powerful and can decide whatever they like whether it is constitutional or not. They also have no intention of doing what they campaigned on and actually protect innocent life.”
Getting Serious about Senate Bill 13
Interview with Abolitionist Senator Joseph Silk regarding Senate Bill 13, what it says and does, and how we are going to Free the State of Oklahoma from its participation in the American Abortion Holocaust. #SB13 #AbolishAbortionOK #FreeTheState
Posted by Free the States on Friday, December 21, 2018
That’s exactly right. Let’s call them what they are: cowards, criminals and controlled opposition.
The Resurgent seems to get this point too.
Smalley and Treat are participating in the charade that pro-life politicians have been putting on for some time. They claim their hands are tied, ignoring the fact that their oath is to the Constitution, not the Supreme Court. Their oath to the Constitution obligates them to ignore Roe v Wade. When the Supreme Court so egregiously and intentionally violates the Constitution as to legalize murder, the only appropriate response is to tell the court to pound sand.
Indubitably, all fifty states are presently in defiance of the United States Constitution. If Smalley and Treat have read the Constitution, they know this. By allowing abortion, they mock their oath of office and rebuff their Creator.
State legislatures allowing nine justices’ unconstitutional, arbitrary, and evil whims to rule the union is anarchy. Rejecting the court to re-institute the inalienable right to not be murdered would be a return to the Constitution. Nothing less than abortion’s total abolition and Roe’s total nullification will satisfy the demands placed upon us by the Constitution and Declaration of Independence, and most importantly the sixth commandment.
If Smalley and Treat subject their constituents to the tyranny of the Supreme Court and Oklahoma’s babies to the abortionist’s knife, they should be primaried by people who aren’t cowards.
If any of these show up and remain unrepentant, they should be called to repent and pushed outside of the protest, in my opinion. Traitors should not be welcome to poison the well of what is going on here.
Many movements are taking place across the country in various states seeking the abolition of human abortion. Among those movements, my home state of South Carolina is also advancing on the issue of personhood, which has the ability to abolish it in the state too.
I recently spoke with the president of Personhood South Carolina, Dr. Matt Clark, about how things are going in the Palmetto State.
Take a listen.
Finally, if you are in Oklahoma and able to attend Abolition Day, I would highly encourage you to do so. After all, your biggest enemy is not Democrats, nor Republicans, but the God who sees the murder of the unborn and will not be mocked concerning it.
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