Top Republican Candidates Support Killing Unborn Children

CRTL on Trump, Pence, and Glenn: Not suprisingly, while Colorado Right To Life has criticized Republican U.S. Senate candidate Darryl Glenn for being double-minded regarding the dismembering of unborn children (of all things to be double-minded about!) not surprisingly, National Right To Life, the organization that opposes laws and candidates attempting to uphold the unborn child's right to life, has endorsed him.

Consider then from the Durango Herald's Peter Marcus in their Sunday edition:

all-top-republican-candidates-are-pro-choiceDurango, Sept. 4, 2016: Colorado Right to Life’s concerns with [U.S. Senate Republican candidate Darryl] Glenn revolve around a statement he made on abortion that, “As a person who has two adult daughters, I put myself in that situation. ... And at some point in time, maybe they might have to make that decision. But that is a personal decision that they have to make between them and ... God.” [CRTL: Of course, that is Barack Obama's position too. Yet:] Glenn has described himself as an “unapologetic Christian pro-life” candidate.

Bob Enyart, spokesman for Colorado Right to Life, said every top-ticket candidate “will continue to intentionally kill unborn children by their policies,” including Trump.

Enyart called Trump’s running mate, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, a “political opportunist who passes meaningless regulations of child killing to advance his political career.” [See this documented at prolifeprofiles.com/pence.]

“So while many pro-life leaders and groups love being lied to, and go back over and over again to be treated like political harlots, at Colorado Right To Life, we don’t support those who advocate killing children, especially if they claim to be Christian, conservative, Republican, or pro-life,” Enyart added.

Shocking Stand: CRTL is grateful for the Durango Herald and everyone who has helped us to get this vital message out to Colorado voters. While some find this shocking, believe it or not, Colorado Right To Life opposes every person who advocates for the intentional killing of innocent people.

October 2016 Glenn Update: If Darryl Glenn was willing to support exceptions to anti-lynching laws, CRTL would oppose him. Thus as of his October statement to Colorado Public Radio about which children Glenn would consent to killing, CRTL continues to warn voters about this child killer. Because moral corruption leads even to mathematical confusion, Glenn said, "I am 100 percent pro-life... however, [I] support legal exceptions for rape, incest, and life of the mother."

ProlifeProfiles.com: To find out more about Donald Trump and Mike Pence, please visit our sister website prolifeprofiles.com. CRTL has provided much of the research for many of those incontrovertibly documented profiles. For those wondering how influential these profiles are, just Google: trump pro-life. You should see that Google ranks our profile the #1 webpage out of many thousands of related sites.

 

 

CO State & Fed Candidate Survey Responses

At our Colorado RTL Blog: See the Colorado State & Federal Candidate Positions & Survey Responses

And for more, see the CRTL Blog homepage.

At our Colorado RTL Blog: For our 2016 report, please see the Colorado State & Federal Candidate Positions & Survey Responses

And for more, see the CRTL Blog homepage. Also, the CRTL directors thank Ed Hanks for his great help at the capitol and on this blog! 

Historical Archive

9News revisionism on Baby Aurora by Anastasiya Bolton

* The Girl Who Was Not a Person: Denver's NBC news affiliate misreported that Dynel Lane's younger victim "baby Aurora [was found] dead in the bathtub." Defending her May 15, 2016 report (see Tweets, below), Anastasiya Bolton confused questions of legal personhood with the matter of biological death. That Aurora appeared struggling in the eyewitness testimony to the police as recorded in the arrest warrant affidavit is overt evidence of biological life, even in a pro-abortion society that claims that living babies, in and even out of the womb, cannot be "persons" until they take a breath. (Pictured on right: Aurora, the girl who was not a person.)

* Excerpt from the Dynel Lane Arrest Warrant Affidavit: The following image is from the Probable Cause Arrest Affidavit for Dynel Lane in the Boulder County arrest report, page 5.

 










* A Tragic Example of Struggling and Alive but Not Breathing: Here's a little one much younger than Baby Aurora, but this 2-minute video, terribly difficult to watch, will help some people understand what it means to be alive outside of the womb though not breathing.

* Correction Requested from 9News on Behalf of Living Children Everywhere: Colorado RTL requests that Anastasiya Bolton and NBC affiliate 9News issue a correction something along the lines of the following...

Regarding Michelle Wilkin's baby Aurora, on May 15, 2016, 9News wrongly implied that not meeting a legal definition for "person" equates to "dead". We wrongly extrapolated from the coroner's report and claimed that Aurora was found "dead in the bathtub." The prosecutors did not file homicide charges because of testimony that Aurora did not take a breath. But that does not discount the arrest warrant affidavit which states that "David [Ridley] found a small baby [and] rolled it over to hear and see it take a gasping breath." Regardless of Colorado law, it was incorrect to describe Aurora as "dead" when she was found.


* Biological Falsehood from 9News about Baby Aurora
: As described in a radio interview with CRTL spokesperson Leslie Hanks, of course 9News would never report that Michelle Wilkins was carrying a dead baby. But then, when did the precious girl die? Adding biological insult to legal injury, Anastasiya Bolton gets it wrong...

 

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* Tweets To and From 
Anastasiya Bolton:

@abolton9news 
#BabyAurora gasped for air ~ are you re-writing history?
 

@Leslieforlife no re-writing here. that was the original report which the coroner later said was not accurate. she never took a breath. 

@Leslieforlife I'm familiar w the original story. I reported it based on what was said. we don't change the story - just report facts.

Bolton of course would not describe all the babies born in the maternity ward in Longmont United Hospital as "dead" until they took their first breaths. And 9News interviewing a pregnant woman wouldn't ever refer to her unborn child as "dead" just because it hadn't yet taken a breath. Clearly, Bolton feels better about reporting that Aurora was not a person by thinking of the girl as dead. But she was not dead. She was killed... that girl who was not a person.


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Nat'l RTL's Tony Lauinger Meets Abolitionists

Founder of Abolish Human Abortion Confronts Nat'l RTL VP: In the Oklahoma capitol building National Right To Life's vice president Tony Lauinger meets AHA's T. Russell Hunter and other abolitionists. The extraordinary battle in Oklahoma City over Senate Bill 1118, supported by 22 state senators and opposed by National Right To Life, which would have ended all state-sanctioned child killing by acknowledging that abortion is murder.

  

Support Personhood in 2016!

 

Some establishment pro-life groups are trying to get rid of the Personhood movement.  They say the Personhood strategy has failed and therefore should be abandoned.  Ironically, they suggest we go back to the same incremental "chip away" strategy that's been failing for 40 years.


The fact is, public opinion has been split on abortion 50/50 for that whole 40 year period, plus or minus a point.  Yet Personhood has been driving a shift in public opinion here in Colorado toward a 100% BAN ON ABORTION!

2010 Amendment 62 YES votes
: 509,062 (29%)

2014 Amendment 67 YES votes: 702,544 (35%)

In 2014,
200,000 MORE Coloradans voted to end abortion than just 4 years before!  That's despite being outspent 1300 to 1 and the GOP nominee for US Senate chickened out and come out against Personhood!  No other strategy has the power to change public opinion at that rate.  Certainly not the "chip away" strategy that's been failing for 40 years.

  • Since 1967 Gallup Polls show a consistent 48-52% opposition to abortion. That's not changing... except in Colorado, where an increasing number of voters want to end all abortion

  • Supposedly, incremental regulations have reduced the number of abortions in states where they've been tried.  But they're counting only surgical abortions, whereas chemical abortions (using abortion pills) are killing millions of already-conceived human children every year.

  • By definition, Personhood protects the "human person" -- Personhood doesn't ban birth control.  Personhood laws can't affect anything that doesn't kill a human child.  Personhood says killing a human being is murder, no matter what tool is used.  Some forms of birth control will kill a developing human child. Every other form of birth control is NOT AFFECTED!

  • Anti-slavery activist William Wilberforce is often cited as having used incremental regulations to end slavery, but that's not how it happened!  In 1818 he realized even though he'd banned the slave trade, the British public was still pro-slavery.  Why?  He realized he'd cleaned up the industry, and the public figured a "well regulated" slave industry was painless and ethical.  Wilberforce embraced the Personhood strategy, and banned slavery in the British Empire in 1833, having taught the British public that Black people are human beings with rights.

  • Regulations that "draw the line," saying abortion can happen here, but not there, fail to teach the humanity of the unborn child.  Instead, the public learns to see the unborn as a dehumanized commodity (as owned property), and "the abortion debate" as merely a squabble between advocates of two extremes.  Personhood, instead, teaches the public about the humanity of the unborn child -- it's a human rights crusade!  If the population speaks, it doesn't matter what courts say.


The "Substantial Obstacle" Test: In both 1992 (PP vs. Casey) and 2007 (Gonzalez v. Carhart) the US Supreme Court  indicated any law which poses a "substantial obstacle" to "the abortion right" would be considered unconstitutional.  In other words, any pro-life law that's effective, they've already said it's unconstitutional!!!


The only way around that is...


The Blackmun Loophole: In the text of Roe v. Wade, Justice Blackmun concluded: “(If the) suggestion of personhood [of the preborn] is established, the [abortion rights] case, of course, collapses, for the fetus’ right to life is then guaranteed specifically by the [14th] Amendment.”  Over and over, in the written and verbal discussions of Roe v Wade, Supreme Court justices identified Personhood as the trigger that invokes 14th Amendment protection. Society has shown a willingness to accept “human being = person” and the courts may also, especially  if the public does.


Do the Math
: Personhood will save more babies over time, while "chip away" can't save many at all.  In Colorado Personhood has already gone from 27% to 35% of voters saying "End all abortion now!" So it's not unreasonable to believe Personhood could succeed in abolishing abortion within 10-15 years.

  • If regulations save 12,000 babies a year for 20 years that’s 240,000 babies saved over 20 years.

  • If regulations save 100,000 babies a year for 20 years that’s 2 million babies saved over 20 years.

  • If Personhood takes 10 years to pass, but protects 100% of babies from legal abortion, that’s 10-20 million babies saved over 20 years!

Personhood will save more babies than regulations in the long term. But pro-lifers are busy spending millions of dollars and thousands of volunteer hours pushing ineffective "chip away" regulations instead of Personhood!

-Colorado Right To Life

p.s. Not convinced yet? See another way of viewing this!

CRTL in Newsweek's Cover Story: Any politician willing to kill a single person is disqualified.

The cover story for the October 9, 2015 issue of Newsweek magazine quotes Colorado Right To Life saying about the anti-abortion personhood amendment, "Any politician willing to kill a single person is disqualified." Subtitled, Colorado is the future of American politics, the story by Nina Burleigh reports on marijuana, guns, and God.

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