It is disgusting out there.
A woman in Yale, Michigan, has decided to offer her hotel to women seeking abortions from the several states that just passed restrictive abortion laws. Shelley O’Brien, general manager of the Yale Hotel, put out an invitation on Facebook: “Dear sisters that live in Alabama, Ohio, Georgia, Arkansas, Missouri, or any of the other states that follow with similar laws” restricting access to abortion. “We will support you with several nights lodging, and transportation to and from your appointment.”
Maybe it’s the nation’s first bed & bloodshed.
The Detroit Free Press reports that O’Brien, a 55-year-old mother of three and grandmother of seven, thought of the Underground Railroad when planning her offer to abortion-seekers.
Actually, it would be like the Underground Railroad if she were offering a room for expectant mothers to deliver their children. Smuggling people up north to kill other people, instead of freeing them from brutal bondage, is nothing like the Underground Railroad.
Slavery was inhumane. It was not tolerable to treat another human being as less than human. Pro-slavery activists argued that black people were chattel, not people. Black people were their property.
That’s exactly the same argument we hear from the pro-aborts. They consistently tout the ability to “control their own bodies” but ignore that the child in the womb is not a woman’s own body. The abolition of slavery was the triumph of the truth that people are not property and demonstrated that the people in this nation would go to almost any lengths to uphold the rights of everyone.
Pro-aborts cannot say that they are controlling their own bodies when they condone killing the persons inside them. They can no longer look at a pregnancy as “just tissue,” because science won’t let them. Their only recourse is to stand on the argument “my body, my rights.” This means they see their children as their property – the same values as slavers. Slavers saw no difference between a horse and a black man. Pro-aborts see no difference between their own offspring and a sack of potatoes. According to the Free Press:
“This is important,” said O’Brien. “This is my line. There’s no coming back from this. You start taking away the right for women to control their own bodies, and we’re done for as a civilization.”
Actually, we are done for as a civilization as long as women like this don’t see how they are killing future generations. Pro-aborts are a mixed-up bag of crazy pills.
O’Brien admits she’s had some pushback in her community.
“I have had one person call to say that he thought it was wrong,” O’Brien said. “He didn’t have Facebook, but he heard about it and he wanted to let me know that he thought what we are doing is wrong. And I’ve been called a baby killer. And it’s like, ‘No, I’m not killing babies in the basement. I am just giving someone a place to stay or maybe a ride.’”
No, no, she’s not killing the babies herself, she’s just aiding other people to kill babies. She’s the Underground Railroad to help other people kill babies, is all. She has contorted her mind into accepting the logic that abortion is like freedom, when it is actually torturing, killing, and shrugging off responsibility. The Underground Railroad was put in place to save slaves from brutality and even death. This Underground Railroad will certainly end in death for innocent persons.
And though women like O’Brien think they are on the side of right, as evil always does, she may not be operating a bed & bloodshed very long. Even though the Michigan legislature has passed a restriction on “dismemberment” abortions, the pro-abort Gov. Whitmer has vowed to veto it. However, in Michigan, a citizen-led ballot initiative can, with help from the legislature, pass the law without the governor’s signature.
A similar ballot initiative gained enough signatures in 2013 to bypass a veto by then-Gov. Snyder. The initiative sought only to stop government subsidy of abortion in ObamaCare.
It is entirely possible that the governor’s veto won’t matter and the dismemberment bill will eventually become law. That would be a testament to the true feelings of the people of the state. A heartbeat bill has just been introduced in Michigan as well.
Jen Kuznicki is a contributor to Conservative Review, a blue-collar wife and mom, a political writer, humorist, and conservative activist, a seamstress by trade, and compelled to write. Follow her on Twitter @JenKuznicki.