It’s no secret that Hillary Clinton and Planned Parenthood are in bed together. Spiritually, financially, and politically, if you ask me they are in cahoots. I have seen this first hand. During the last year my wife worked at Planned Parenthood, Abby was awarded Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast’s “Employee of The Year” award. (Abby had a conversion to Pro-life in 2009. You can look that up here, ATTWN) Abby received a plaque and a front row ticket to PPGC’s annual fundraiser in Houston, TX. The main event of the night? Hillary Clinton would be attending to receive Planned Parenthood’s highest honor…The Margaret Sanger Award.
I don’t remember much about that night. I remember we saw a couple of celebrities. (America Ferrera & JoAnna Garcia Swisher) That was neat. The food was okay. Everyone was nicely dressed. There was a huge police presence to go along with all the pro-life protesters outside the venue. And then there was Hillary’s speech. I always knew Hillary supported abortion, I just didn’t know to what degree. That night, I walked away knowing that without a doubt, abortion is a crucial part of what Hillary sees as her “America.”
Fast forward to today, and it has never been clearer that Hillary loves and supports Planned Parenthood and their agenda. PP obviously returns the love for Hillary. Just look at all the money and publicity they throw her way. I could go on and on quoting Hillary on morning shows, political rallies, and interviews, but I’ll just let you google that. I really want to focus on something else in relation to Hillary’s beaming pride as a mega supporter of abortion.
A couple weeks ago, my wife and I were in Rome for the canonization of Mother Teresa. It was a fantastic trip and the canonization was beautiful. We were traveling with about 20 other people, so there was plenty of conversation to go around. At one point, someone brought up the encounter in 1994 between Hillary Clinton and Mother Teresa. During the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington in February 1994, Mother Teresa gave one of her most famous anti-abortion speeches.
“By abortion, the mother does not learn to love, but kills even her own child to solve her problems. [Abortion is] really a war against the child, and I hate the killing of the innocent child, murder by the mother herself,” said Mother Teresa. “And if we accept that the mother can kill even her own child, how can we tell other people not to kill one another?”
It has even been rumored that in private, a very short yet to the point conversation also took place between the two women.
“Why do you think we haven’t had a woman as president yet?” First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton asked her guest over their lunch at the White House.
The little woman sitting at table with Mrs. Clinton did not hesitate in her reply.
“Because she has probably been aborted,” said Mother Teresa.
We couldn’t help but wonder… Could this experience have any influence on Hillary and her deep unrelenting desire to become president? I think, yes. How could it not? How could she not want to prove that it is possible to be a woman who supports abortion to become the president of the United States? Just to rub it in that the first woman president was not aborted, she was, in fact, the World Heavyweight Champion of abortion.
I feel like I am spending a lot of time watching Hillary try to drag us all, pro-abortion or not, to her side. If she becomes president, there is no doubt that she will appoint the most pro-abortion, pro-Planned Parenthood, and pro-contraception Supreme Court Justices she can find. Wave good-bye to your tax dollars as they are spent funding abortions, “On demand and without apology!!”
Not only that. Have you caught Hillary’s quotes about religion and Christianity in general?
“Rights have to exist in practice — not just on paper,” Clinton argued. “Laws have to be backed up with resources and political will. And deep-seated cultural codes, religious beliefs and structural biases have to be changed.”
If that isn’t a slap in the face of religious and Christian values, I don’t know what is. She claims to be a Bible reading Christian, yet she wants to change our core beliefs to match hers. Will there be a new gospel according to Hillary? What kind of ego do you have to have to believe you can change anything about Church teachings by forcing unjust laws into practice? Our beliefs are in stone, lady. They cannot be changed to fit the times so people can live as they choose.
What do you think? Could Hillary be a little bit driven to become president, change century-old Christian beliefs, and fund abortion with other people’s money, simply to prove that she has always been right? Could a precious little old lady have intensified her drive that much? There’s no right or wrong answer. You never know how a conversation or experience will influence a person. Big or small, it could be forgettable or burn in the back of your head for all eternity.