This morning’s Twitter hits …

I don’t know where we would be without Judicial Watch, pit bulls for justice in the USA!

This …

and this …

Another step in the protection of the unborn. This may end up at the Supreme Court. I pointed out facts to pro-aborts yesterday in tweet storms, particularly against those who ask, “what about rape and incest?” I answer them this way:

1) Rape and incest account for less than 1% of abortions;

2) Compounding the crimes of rape and incest by then murdering the unborn child does not help the child OR the mother, who is left feeling that she has done something wrong, and that her child is dirty and tainted in some way. She is first assaulted physically, then emotionally and psychologically.

A baby in its mother’s body has unique human DNA and a beating heart three weeks after gestation. How can someone say that it isn’t a living human being?

Today, let’s celebrate the American medical community; nurses, doctors, and surgeons! Here is Mick Jagger, just weeks after surgery to replace a heart valve. He’s dancing, and has just announced the Rolling Stones’ new tour dates. The first two concerts will be in Chicago on June 21 and 25.

The agents of darkness still fight on against life for the unborn. And this is a reminder that our great country – unlike Canada – cannot legally silence their political enemies, in this case those who are for LIFE! Thank GOD and our forefathers for the Bill of Rights!

Let’s end with something a little different.

Have a great day, everyone! I’m sure this is just the beginning of the news for this day. In my life, the sun is shining, the grass is green, the trees have leaves, and my backyard smells like lilacs!

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5 Responses to This morning’s Twitter hits …

  1. jeans2nd says:

    That latest SCOTUS decision overturning stare decisis (last week), will hopefully play a major role in overturning Roe v Wade. There are more states coming after Alabama in passing a heartbeat bill. Lord willing, it will happen.

    As usual, Dennis Prager has the most succinct argument against killing babies (2:22) –

    Thank you for the Feynman clip. Dr Feynman has been my hero for years. The most interesting person I’ve ever researched, and that has been more than a few. Amazing man, amazing life. amazing teacher.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. auscitizenmom says:

    I like this thread, Stella.

    Liked by 2 people

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