The fact that so many rage cases line up in support of abortion on demand could be a clue that your priorities need a rethink.
Not so long ago, we covered the story of the young woman that got a surprise roundhouse kick from some loser who thought he had a right to attack a woman just because he disliked what she had to say as she peacefully advocated her pro-life position on a public street. Dear CNN: Liberal MAN Kicks Conservative Woman And Destroys Her Property – Is That ‘News?’
What he did was caught on video, went viral, and cost that cowardly thug his job.
The more things change, the more they stay the same.
Now that it’s 2019, we’ve got another violent defender of abortion.
Founder of Abortion Clinic Live, Ryan Roberts was pleading for the lives of the unborn outside an abortion clinic in Fort Worth.
He had a wonderful conversation with a young lady who decided to keep her baby, and who prayed with him.
There’s a really good reason he feels so passionately about this topic — his own mother nearly made that fatal choice while pregnant with him. So much for any of the usual tired arguments of “you’re a man, why should your opinion matter?”
His day changed direction when this guy with a truck threatened to kill him and his whole family. When told ‘Jesus loves you’ he parked his truck, got out and smashed Pastor Dickson in the face a couple of times, leaving him a bloody mess.
Nevertheless — as the saying goes — he persisted. He shook it off and kept at it when someone else came along.
“Please don’t do this to your little baby today!” Roberts yelled while spitting out blood. “That little baby loves you! Thank you, Jesus, thank you, Father God. Thank you, Lord.”
As a man entered the clinic, Roberts begged him to not abort a baby.
“This just happened to me, sir,” he said. “I just got hit and assaulted for your little baby. Sir, look at me. Jesus loves you, man. I’m here to save your baby, man. I just got hit and I’ll do it again for your little kid. Sir, I’m begging you in Jesus name, look at me, bro, I just got hit. Jesus loves you, bro.”
“I don’t blame him,” the man responded.
“You don’t blame him? Okay thanks,” Roberts responded. “Those little babies deserve to live bro. You’re going to be a good dad.”
Roberts, who is a football coach, said he has been going to the clinic five to six times a week since June when he found out his parents intended to abort him.
“I found out many months ago that my parents took out a 500 loan to abort me so that’s what led me to start going to the clinic,” Roberts said. “That was before my parents new Jesus and were unmarried. My mom was stressed out financially and didn’t really know my dad that well. But when I was six they found Jesus.”
…In an interview with The Daily Wire, Roberts said that the man was quickly identified by police but not arrested and that an investigator is on the case. Roberts added that he believed the man was on drugs and was also told the man was recently released from a mental hospital.
Ryan — now that he knows how close he came to dying at the hand of an ‘abortion provider’ — is compelled to fight for the survival of others like him, long before they can even comprehend the danger they face.
What reward does he get for his troubles?
He’s been invited to the baby shower of one girl whose life he successfully intervened to save. Two nurses have quit, and they’ve installed soundproof windows on the building.
He’s making a real difference.
That sure beats getting a new high score on some dumb video game, doesn’t it?
As for the ghouls on social media who cheered the violence because they don’t like Ryan’s cause?
Think long and hard about who you just aligned yourself with.
If you still think punching out a guy for saying ‘Jesus Loves You’ is justifiable cause for assault…
… if you think you might be on team ‘ends justify the means’
…try playing this song in the background while you give the morality of that position some serious thought. (If you dare.)
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