Monday, June 27, 2022

Unholy Trinity Formed By WA., OR., and California

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The headline of Governor Inslee's E-Message Friday reads: "West Coast States Launch New Multi-State Commitment to Reproductive Freedom, Standing United on Protecting Abortion Access in face of U.S. Supreme Court Decision on Roe vs. Wade"

California, Oregon, and Washington, he notes, will continue to be a safe haven for all people seeking abortions and other reproductive health care services in these states.

"The governors of California, Oregon, and Washington today issued," he says "a Multi-State Commitment to defend access to reproductive health care, including abortion and contraceptives, and committed to protecting patients and doctors against efforts by other states to export their abortion bans to our states." 

Justice Clarence Thomas is questioning if other so-called "rights" said to be constitutional, actually are. Like same-sex marriage.

Biblical, pro-life citizens are rejoicing---and rightly so. God has answered the prayers and efforts of tens of thousands who have stood and marched for life.

However, in one sense the battle has just begun.

Progressive Governors Inslee, Brown, and Newsom are desperately trying to hold on to the past, while conservatives are trying to repent for our nation and move forward toward renewal and honoring the sanctity of life.

Be informed, not misled.

The Multi-State Commitment affirms the governors’ commitment in response to the U.S. Supreme Court’s "unprecedented decision to strip away a constitutional right that has been in place for half a century, leaving abortion regulation to the states."

The Governors, note that the "sweeping decision means that for patients in more than half the country, home to 33.6 million women, abortion care is illegal or inaccessible.

When you read the multistate commitment, it sounds and feels more like a religious document than a political one. 

The Governors have also produced a strong video testimony to their seemingly religious commitment to abortion. Watch the 1-minute 17-second video and you'll see the depth of their commitment to killing unwanted, unborn babies.

The document: A statement of deeply held beliefs. 

Washington State:

Governor Jay Inslee promises to "fight like hell" for the right to dispose of unwanted children.

  • Inslee says, “The law remains unchanged in Washington state, but the threat to patient access and privacy has never been more dangerous. Even in Washington state, Republicans have introduced about 40 bills in the past six years to roll back abortion rights and access to reproductive care.”

His comment, "Even in Washington State" is indicative of the confidence in the unholy trinity's agenda he and others hold in the state. A creed affirming that pro-life people can never prevail. 

  • Inslee continues, “The right of choice should not depend on which party holds the majority, but that’s where we find ourselves. More than half the nation’s population now lacks safe access to a medical procedure that only a patient and their doctor can and should make for themselves."

This is a lie. God Himself, and only God is ultimately the giver and taker of life. Including in the mother's womb. The progressive Left is not God, nor should they pretend to be. That never ends well.

That line fooled Eve. Don't let it fool you.

  • The Governor proclaims: "Law enforcement, vigilantes, and judicial systems can force patients to bear the burdens of forced pregnancy and birth."

"Forced pregnancy?" Does he know how children are conceived?

There's more from Gov. Inslee in the unholy trinity's statement of belief, but I'll leave you with this quote: 

  • "Washington state remains steadfast in our commitment to protecting the ability and right of every patient who comes to our state in need of abortion care, and we will fight like hell to restore that right to patients all across the country.”

I believe him. I'm certain he and others will fight like h***, and the keepers of hell will cheer him on.


  • Oregon Governor Kate Brown says, “Abortion is health care, and no matter who you are or where you come from, Oregon doesn’t turn away anyone seeking health care. Period. Let me be clear: You cannot ban abortion, you can only ban safe abortions — and this disgraceful Supreme Court decision will undoubtedly put many people’s lives at risk, in addition to stripping away a constitutional right that disproportionately affects women and has been settled law for most of our lifetimes."

Kate is still living in the past. Abortion is not a "constitutional right" according to the highest court in the land. A court she has celebrated in many of their rulings. 

  • Her promise: “For all the Americans today feeling scared, angry, and disappointed — for everyone who needs an abortion and does not know where they can access safe reproductive health care –– please know you are not alone, and the fight is not over.”

"Come unto me," she suggests, "all you who are scared, angry, and disappointed---and I will give you support. And know that I will not leave you, nor forsake you--- you are not alone."

"The fight is not over," she promises.


  • California Governor Gavin  Newsom declares, “The Supreme Court has made it clear – they want to strip women of their liberty and let Republican states replace it with mandated birth because the right to choose an abortion is not ‘deeply rooted in history.’ They want to turn back the clock to a time when women had no right to make decisions about their own bodies, when women had to seek care in the shadows and at great danger, when women were not treated as equal citizens under the law. 
  • This is another devastating step toward erasing the rights and liberties Americans have fought for on battlefields, in courthouses and in capitols. This is not the America we know – and it’s not the California way, California has banded together with Oregon and Washington to stand up for women, and to protect access to reproductive health care. We will not sit on the sidelines and allow patients who seek reproductive care in our states or the doctors that provide that care to be intimidated with criminal prosecution.

Gov. Newsom also swears to hold on to the past when progressive, not constitutionalist ideology dominated the Supreme Court. 

He too, promises to "fight like hell to protect our rights and our values." 

Fortunately, we now have a Supreme Court whose majority has ruled that the United States Constitution does not afford the barbaric "right" to kill unwanted, unborn children.

So the message from the unholy trinity is, "Progressives must hold on to the past, and do everything possible to return to the barbarism of legalized abortion on demand."

Informed people like yourself, have probably read or heard what the majority on the Court said about Roe v Wade.

Bottom line: The Constitution does not give that right regardless of what the Left calls abortion. Roe v Wade has been overturned, as even the late hero of the Left Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg predicted it could be. 

Now the matter of abortion is in the hands of the states. Each state-- individually. 

And more work needs to be done from a constitutionalist perspective. And constitutionalist Justice Clarence Thomas is asking questions.

Justice Clarence Thomas: "What about same-sex marriage? Is it constitutional?"

In a solo concurring opinion to Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, Justice Clarence Thomas said the Supreme Court should reconsider other opinions. 

Specifically, he pointed to Griswold, Lawrence, and Obergefell, which concern contraception, same-sex relationships, and same-sex marriage.

Thomas said in his opinion: 

“The Court’s abortion cases are unique…and no party has asked us to decide ‘whether our entire Fourteenth Amendment jurisprudence must be preserved or revised,” he wrote. “Thus, I agree that “[n]othing in [the Court’s] opinion should be understood to cast doubt on precedents that do not concern abortion.

“For that reason, in future cases, we should reconsider all of this Court’s substantive due process precedents, including Griswold, Lawrence, and Obergefell,” he continued. “Because any substantive due process decision is ‘demonstrably erroneous’…we have a duty to ‘correct the error’ established in those precedents…” 

He also said "other questions" need to be considered, such as, "whether the Privileges or Immunities Clause protects any rights that are not enumerated in the Constitution, and, if so, how to identify those rights."

He says "the court should reconsider rulings that protect contraception, same-sex relationships, and same-sex marriage."

His questions sent a chill across progressive land this weekend because it cuts to the heart of the matter of a "living Constitution" which can be shaped to mean whatever progressives want it to mean, as opposed to literally interpreting the Constitution for what it says.

Daniel Webster said, "Hold on, my friends, to the Constitution and to the Republic for which it stands. Miracles do not cluster, and what, and what has happened once in 6000 years may not happen again. Hold on to the Constitution, for if  the American Constitution should fail, there will be anarchy throughout the world."

Be Informed. Be Discerning. Be Vigilant. Be Engaged. Be Prayerful.