Roe v Wade -- the most egregious U.S. Supreme Court decision since Dred Scott.
Daniel, Baby Boy Killed by Abortion, Calls to Mississippi ‘Close Down That Clinic’
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JACKSON, Miss., —On January 22nd, 40 years since the killing of unborn babies was made legal by the infamous Roe vs. Wade Decision, Daniel, a baby boy killed by abortion, will call for justice for his 55 million murdered brothers and sisters. Though he is dead yet shall he speak!
- What: Memorial for 55,000,000 Children
- When: Tuesday, January 22, 2013; 11:00AM - 12:30 PM
- Where: Steps of the Mississippi State Capitol, Jackson, Mississippi.
All eyes are on Mississippi this week, as the last abortion mill in the state is in its death throes and America will commemorate the 40th anniversary of Roe v Wade—the most egregious U.S. Supreme Court decision since Dred Scott.
Pro-life Mississippi and Personhood Mississippi have worked tirelessly for decades to proclaim the God-given, inalienable right to life of every human being and to reestablish legal protection at every stage of development. Their efforts helped elect a Godly governor, whose heart is to protect every innocent child, in the womb.
Governor Bryant ran on a Personhood platform and fortuitously just last week, Alabama’s Supreme Court issued a historic ruling stating, “The decision of this Court today is in keeping with the widespread legal recognition, that unborn children are persons with rights that should be protected by law.”
Recently, Governor Phil Bryant eloquently expressed his strong desire for Mississippi to be abortion free. As America’s founders intended, every officer of the judicial, legislative and executive departments, at every level and in every branch, is required to use all lawful means to protect every innocent life within their jurisdictions.
Jackson Women’s Health Organization abortionists have hit a brick wall in attempting to obtain hospital privileges in Jackson, MS. Therefore, Governor Bryant now has the opportunity and duty to interpose himself between Diane Derzis or any other individual who thinks they have the right to kill innocent children in the state of Mississippi.
Reverend Flip Benham, of the States of Refuge campaign explains, “The people of Mississippi placed a man of God in the Governor’s office, for such a time as this. Governor, Bryant, seize this historic juncture to put an end to legal child killing in your state, so that other leaders will rise up and follow your courageous example. No innocent baby boy or girl should ever be intentionally killed in the womb on your watch, from this day forward.”