Here is a question that every American Christian or person of the Jewish faith has to be asking his or herself on Election Day November 8. Are you willing to sacrifice an unborn child’s right to be born if you do not vote for Trump? It is not a complicated question. A yes vote for Trump will save that baby’s life and a no vote favors Hillary who not only favors abortion but late term abortion even in the 8th and 9th month of pregnancy.
Just roll back the tape from the third presidential debate and carefully listen to Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s answer on late term abortion. She supports late term abortion and has previously adamantly declared that an unborn child does not have any U.S. constitutional rights or protections.
For voters in those key states like Ohio who has Governor John Kasich still sitting on the political sidelines about morally not supporting Trump, you cannot sit on the sidelines with him. As a Christian knows that tens of thousands of Middle East Christians are being slaughtered, beheaded or burned alive at the hands of ISIS, sitting on the sidelines of history is not an option.
Those of the Jewish faith are well aware of how countless family members, and relatives were the victims of the Nazis’ horrific effort to eradicate European Jews during World War II, while Americans and many Europeans stood by silent. The eradication of nearly 55 million American unborn lives since 1973 is nearly ten times the number of Jews who were the victims of the horrors of the holocaust.
The immorality of witnessing the wholesale slaughter of life because of a personal belief that is based on politics of the day or personality challenges, is not enough of a reason to sit on the sidelines and do nothing. In the case of Ohio Governor John Kasich, he can sit on his morality bench in the state capitol and do nothing, and his inaction shows his character as well as his lack of support for the protection of the sanctity of life. The voters should choose life as an option for their vote.
According to Judi Lake, Executive Director of American Christian Civil Rights Movement (ACCRM)
The harsh reality is that a Hillary Clinton presidency will guarantee that the life of an unborn child will be fated to head to the abortion executioner’s table at a Planned Parenthood death mill. The even harsher reality is that if elected, she will have the opportunity to appoint Supreme Court justices who will never embrace the reality of giving an unborn child the U.S. constitutional rights and protections that they are entitled to.
Now is the time to make clear your choice. The opportunity to protect life is not just something that is discussed in polite conversation at dinner, at your neighbors’ home or in church during social hour. The mental angst that you may feel about whatever the #Never Trump forces may have influenced you with during the Republican primaries should now be history. Now use your vote for the unborn and become their change agent for them.
This time, it is not the flurry of mainstream media attacks on what Donald Trump may or may not have said 10, 20 or 30 years in the past that matters. What matters on November 8, is just how precious life is to you and if you believe protecting an unborn child, who could possibly have been your son’s or daughter’s child or even a nephew or niece stand up because they should have the legal and moral right to be born.
The issue for November 8 is not whether Trump is ideal as a person you would want to have a beer with on a Saturday night. It is not if he is stricken with perpetual foot-in-mouth disease. You will decide the life of millions of Americans who are yet to be born and if an abortion mill industry will continue to execute them. That is the primary decision.
Your silence on Election Day, November 8 is betrayal if it is not a vote to preserve and protect the life of the unborn.