Monday, January 24, 2022

March for Life, despite COVID and frigid Temperatures, Raging Success

By Douglas V. Gibbs
Author, Speaker, Instructor, Radio Host

On January 22, 2022 the 49th anniversary of Roe v. Wade was upon us.  The annual March for Life rally in Washington D.C., despite Winter-worthy temperatures and society hanging tight to the tail end of a mandate and lockdown driven period of tyranny under the guise of a pandemic called COVID-19, the numbers were somewhere between 50,000 and 150,000 depending upon how willing the news source was willing to allow the numbers to rise based on their observations and willingness to report the truth.  Since the abortion floodgates were thrown wide open by the United States Supreme Court in 1973 over 62 million innocent babies have been sacrificed to the sinister alter of convenience and promiscuity-denial.  

From a Constitutional Point of View the federal government has no expressly enumerated authority to make any decisions regarding the issue of abortion.  Even the argument of "guaranteeing a woman's constitutional right to exercise her reproductive freedoms" is a misnomer.  While it is the task of the federal government to "secure" the Natural Rights of the citizens of the United States, it is not their job to fund, legalize, or interpret any rights, especially when their definition of a Natural Right is so far off the moral beaten path.  If you take note of the negative language regarding our Natural Rights in the Bill of Rights it is apparent that the instructions are not for government to protect or guarantee our rights.

First Amendment: Congress shall make no law...

Second Amendment: ...Shall not be infringed

Third Amendment: No soldier shall...

Fourth Amendment: ...shall not be violated...

The Bill of Rights, using that language, is saying "hands off our rights".

Since our Natural Rights are God-given, that means they are a gift from the Creator.  So, in determining if a woman even has the right to terminate the life of a person residing inside her body during the early developmental stages of human life in the first place begs us to ask ourselves if God would sanction such a thing.  After all, if He is the one who gave us our Natural Rights, and he would not sanction an activity because it goes against His moral code and love for innocent children, how could it be possible that a "woman's choice" to have an abortion could possibly be considered a right?

The Tenth Amendment reads, "The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people."

So, based on a lack of authority to the federal government Roe v. Wade is unconstitutional because abortion is a State issue (it is neither granted to the federal government, nor prohibited to the States), and the U.S. Supreme Court ruling literally outlaws a Texas State Law (and therefore all State laws) regarding an issue that only the States are supposed to have legal jurisdiction over.

What's worse is the unconstitutionality of Roe v. Wade goes even deeper than that.

Article I, Section 1 of the U.S. Constitution states that "All legislative Powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress of the United States."

The word "vested" means "to be legally transferred to," and "the received powers are irrevocable."  In other words Congress was granted legislative powers by the delegates of the States at the Constitutional Convention (which was ultimately ratified by conventions of the several States), which means the courts have no authority to legislate (create law, modify law, or repeal law) so the act of "making abortion legal" through Roe v. Wade is unconstitutional ... the judges may not legally legislate from the bench.

In short, the idea that abortion is legal in the United States, and that all States must comply with such an order, is unconstitutional at many levels; without even getting into how evil such a barbaric practice is.

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