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Maryland is one of our bluest states (largely because so many people who get rich off of government live there.) Republicans can’t stop any crazy bill the Democrats want to enact. But as Mark Tapscott at PJ Media reports, Maryland Senate Bill 669 isn’t just crazy, it’s horrific, unconscionable and even genocidal.

https://pjmedia.com/culture/marktapscott/2022/03/30/death-is-in-the-details-of-maryland-abortion-bill-n1585573

Liberals fear the Supreme Court may soon overturn or limit Roe v. Wade, so blue states like California are already making moves to enshrine unfettered abortion into state law. But so far, nobody has taken it to such grisly extremes as Maryland. The new law would ban investigating or charging anyone for “experiencing a miscarriage, perinatal death related to failure to act, or stillbirth.” The “perinatal” period runs from shortly before birth to four weeks after.

That means if someone decides they don’t want their baby, they would have up to the time it’s four weeks old to let it die through neglect, and they couldn’t face charges. If someone even tried to investigate, the parents could sue. If you thought partial birth abortion was legalized murder, then this takes it even further. It is literally legalized killing of a baby up to four weeks old. And as Tapscott points out, it’s almost certain to pass over the Republican Governor’s veto.

Read the entire article, as upsetting as it is. It includes some valuable history on how, under ancient Roman law, a father had the right to kill his children. It was Christianity that ended that barbaric practice and made people see the intrinsic value of every child and the sacredness of every life. Liberals like to accuse those on the right of wanting to “turn back the clock,” but in their mindless hostility to Christianity and the sanctity of life, they’re the ones who are threatening to turn back the clock to the brutal era of 2,000 years ago.

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  • Taylor Hoynes

    03/31/2022 04:02 PM

    Mike, No matter what the state of Maryland passes this is deliberate MURDER and is violation of Federal Law Definition of a "Person" and no one including any State or Municipal government can break the Law of the Land [Public Law 107-207 107th Congress: 116 STAT. 926 PUBLIC LAW 107-207—AUG. 5, 2002 An Act: "§ S. 'Person', 'Human Being', 'Child', And 'Individual' As Including Born-Alive Infant] As bad is this has become at least the law stops murdering a "Person" and that is anyone that has been born.
    Infanticide Is Murder 3.4.20.png
    or go to Web Site https://www.colonialpublishingco.com/patriots-special/
    and scroll down to article .pdf Infanticide: Deliberate
    Murder of an Infant, New Born Babies
    What is Legal Definition of a "Person"?

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    Maryland is one of our bluest states (largely because so many people who get rich off of government live there.) Republicans can’t stop any crazy bill the Democrats want to enact. But as Mark Tapscott at PJ Media reports, Maryland Senate Bill 669 isn’t just crazy, it’s horrific, unconscionable and even genocidal.

    https://pjmedia.com/culture/marktapscott/2022/03/30/death-is-in-the-details-of-maryland-abortion-bill-n1585573

    Liberals fear the Supreme Court may soon overturn or limit Roe v. Wade, so blue states like California are already making moves to enshrine unfettered abortion into state law. But so far, nobody has taken it to such grisly extremes as Maryland. The new law would ban investigating or charging anyone for “experiencing a miscarriage, perinatal death related to failure to act, or stillbirth.” The “perinatal” period runs from shortly before birth to four weeks after.

    That means if someone decides they don’t want their baby, they would have up to the time it’s four weeks old to let it die through neglect, and they couldn’t face charges. If someone even tried to investigate, the parents could sue. If you thought partial birth abortion was legalized murder, then this takes it even further. It is literally legalized killing of a baby up to four weeks old. And as Tapscott points out, it’s almost certain to pass over the Republican Governor’s veto.

    Read the entire article, as upsetting as it is. It includes some valuable history on how, under ancient Roman law, a father had the right to kill his children. It was Christianity that ended that barbaric practice and made people see the intrinsic value of every child and the sacredness of every life. Liberals like to accuse those on the right of wanting to “turn back the clock,” but in their mindless hostility to Christianity and the sanctity of life, they’re the ones who are threatening to turn back the clock to the brutal era of 2,000 years ago.

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      Mike, No matter what the state of Maryland passes this is deliberate MURDER and is violation of Federal Law Definition of a "Person" and no one including any State or Municipal government can break the Law of the Land [Public Law 107-207 107th Congress: 116 STAT. 926 PUBLIC LAW 107-207—AUG. 5, 2002 An Act: "§ S. 'Person', 'Human Being', 'Child', And 'Individual' As Including Born-Alive Infant] As bad is this has become at least the law stops murdering a "Person" and that is anyone that has been born.
      Infanticide Is Murder 3.4.20.png
      or go to Web Site https://www.colonialpublishingco.com/patriots-special/
      and scroll down to article .pdf Infanticide: Deliberate
      Murder of an Infant, New Born Babies
      What is Legal Definition of a "Person"?

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    Maryland is one of our bluest states (largely because so many people who get rich off of government live there.) Republicans can’t stop any crazy bill the Democrats want to enact. But as Mark Tapscott at PJ Media reports, Maryland Senate Bill 669 isn’t just crazy, it’s horrific, unconscionable and even genocidal.

    https://pjmedia.com/culture/marktapscott/2022/03/30/death-is-in-the-details-of-maryland-abortion-bill-n1585573

    Liberals fear the Supreme Court may soon overturn or limit Roe v. Wade, so blue states like California are already making moves to enshrine unfettered abortion into state law. But so far, nobody has taken it to such grisly extremes as Maryland. The new law would ban investigating or charging anyone for “experiencing a miscarriage, perinatal death related to failure to act, or stillbirth.” The “perinatal” period runs from shortly before birth to four weeks after.

    That means if someone decides they don’t want their baby, they would have up to the time it’s four weeks old to let it die through neglect, and they couldn’t face charges. If someone even tried to investigate, the parents could sue. If you thought partial birth abortion was legalized murder, then this takes it even further. It is literally legalized killing of a baby up to four weeks old. And as Tapscott points out, it’s almost certain to pass over the Republican Governor’s veto.

    Read the entire article, as upsetting as it is. It includes some valuable history on how, under ancient Roman law, a father had the right to kill his children. It was Christianity that ended that barbaric practice and made people see the intrinsic value of every child and the sacredness of every life. Liberals like to accuse those on the right of wanting to “turn back the clock,” but in their mindless hostility to Christianity and the sanctity of life, they’re the ones who are threatening to turn back the clock to the brutal era of 2,000 years ago.

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      Mike, No matter what the state of Maryland passes this is deliberate MURDER and is violation of Federal Law Definition of a "Person" and no one including any State or Municipal government can break the Law of the Land [Public Law 107-207 107th Congress: 116 STAT. 926 PUBLIC LAW 107-207—AUG. 5, 2002 An Act: "§ S. 'Person', 'Human Being', 'Child', And 'Individual' As Including Born-Alive Infant] As bad is this has become at least the law stops murdering a "Person" and that is anyone that has been born.
      Infanticide Is Murder 3.4.20.png
      or go to Web Site https://www.colonialpublishingco.com/patriots-special/
      and scroll down to article .pdf Infanticide: Deliberate
      Murder of an Infant, New Born Babies
      What is Legal Definition of a "Person"?

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    Maryland is one of our bluest states (largely because so many people who get rich off of government live there.) Republicans can’t stop any crazy bill the Democrats want to enact. But as Mark Tapscott at PJ Media reports, Maryland Senate Bill 669 isn’t just crazy, it’s horrific, unconscionable and even genocidal.

    https://pjmedia.com/culture/marktapscott/2022/03/30/death-is-in-the-details-of-maryland-abortion-bill-n1585573

    Liberals fear the Supreme Court may soon overturn or limit Roe v. Wade, so blue states like California are already making moves to enshrine unfettered abortion into state law. But so far, nobody has taken it to such grisly extremes as Maryland. The new law would ban investigating or charging anyone for “experiencing a miscarriage, perinatal death related to failure to act, or stillbirth.” The “perinatal” period runs from shortly before birth to four weeks after.

    That means if someone decides they don’t want their baby, they would have up to the time it’s four weeks old to let it die through neglect, and they couldn’t face charges. If someone even tried to investigate, the parents could sue. If you thought partial birth abortion was legalized murder, then this takes it even further. It is literally legalized killing of a baby up to four weeks old. And as Tapscott points out, it’s almost certain to pass over the Republican Governor’s veto.

    Read the entire article, as upsetting as it is. It includes some valuable history on how, under ancient Roman law, a father had the right to kill his children. It was Christianity that ended that barbaric practice and made people see the intrinsic value of every child and the sacredness of every life. Liberals like to accuse those on the right of wanting to “turn back the clock,” but in their mindless hostility to Christianity and the sanctity of life, they’re the ones who are threatening to turn back the clock to the brutal era of 2,000 years ago.

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    • Taylor Hoynes

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      Mike, No matter what the state of Maryland passes this is deliberate MURDER and is violation of Federal Law Definition of a "Person" and no one including any State or Municipal government can break the Law of the Land [Public Law 107-207 107th Congress: 116 STAT. 926 PUBLIC LAW 107-207—AUG. 5, 2002 An Act: "§ S. 'Person', 'Human Being', 'Child', And 'Individual' As Including Born-Alive Infant] As bad is this has become at least the law stops murdering a "Person" and that is anyone that has been born.
      Infanticide Is Murder 3.4.20.png
      or go to Web Site https://www.colonialpublishingco.com/patriots-special/
      and scroll down to article .pdf Infanticide: Deliberate
      Murder of an Infant, New Born Babies
      What is Legal Definition of a "Person"?