Sen. Rand Paul made his antiabortion stance crystal clear on the 48th anniversary of Roe v. Wade by delivering a message that calls for our nation to affirm the sanctity of life and protect this most sacred right from God.
“Today marks the grim 48th anniversary of Roe v. Wade,” Paul posted on Twitter. “Since this ruling in 1973 over 62 million innocent lives have been lost due to abortion. Every single life matters including the unborn. We must protect the sanctity of life & prevent taxpayer dollars from funding abortions.”
As a senator I have introduced several pieces of legislation to halt taxpayer dollars from going to Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers. I have also championed the Life at Conception Act to guarantee equal protection under the law for the unborn.
— Senator Rand Paul (@RandPaul) January 22, 2021
Paul added that, during his time as a senator, he introduced “several pieces of legislation” aimed at preventing taxpayer money from going to abortion providers while also championing the Life at Conception act, which gives equal protection under the law to the unborn.
Other prominent Republicans joined Paul’s somber commemoration of Roe v. Wade, including Republican Rep. Andy Biggs, who posted a video message on his Twitter account.
“48 years,” Biggs tweeted. “Over 62 million unborn babies murdered. Roe v Wade’s tragic legacy continues to snuff out the God-given lives and potential of millions of our little ones. Think of what these babies could have done for our nation and world.”
Let’s compare Paul’s message with that of President Biden’s, which is a promise to defend the slaughter of the unborn.
“The Biden-Harris Administration is committed to codifying Roe v. Wade and appointing judges that respect foundational precedents like Roe,” the statement read. “We are also committed to ensuring that we work to eliminate maternal and infant health disparities, increase access to contraception, and support families economically so that all parents can raise their families with dignity. This commitment extends to our critical work on health outcomes around the world.”
Folks, abortion is murder. Plain and simple. It’s the most vile and egregious sin of them all because it is a violation of the rights of the child.
Murder is the ultimate attack on the Creator. This is why God takes abortion so seriously. It’s an affront to His glory. It needs to be abolished and criminalized. That is the only way to get justice for those who have been killed in this modern-day holocaust.