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Killing Frenzy: International drive to replace $600M gap from Trump’s funding ban for overseas abortion

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On January 23, 2017, his first full day of work as President of the United States of America, Donald John Trump fulfilled a campaign promise he had made by signing an executive order reinstating the lapsed “Mexico City Policy” that bans U.S. government funding of overseas groups that perform or lobby to legalize abortion, such as the International Planned Parenthood Federation.

See “Trump fulfills 3 promises in first day of work as POTUS, including defund International Planned Parenthood

President Trump’s banning of U.S. funding of overseas abortion means a savings of as much as $600 million over the course of 4 years.

Hellbent on the murder of innocent unborn human beings, the Netherlands started a global drive to raise millions of dollars to replace the now missing U.S. abortion funds.  

Gwladys Fouche reports for Reuters, Feb. 21, 2017, that in January, the Netherlands started a global fund to help women across the world access abortion services, saying Trump’s “global gag rule” meant a funding gap of $600 million over the next four years.

Sweden, Denmark, Belgium, Luxembourg, Finland, Canada, Cape Verde and Norway have all joined the abortion fund drive.

The Netherlands has pledged $10 million. So has Norway.

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Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg declared in a statement:

“The government is increasing its support for family planning and safe abortion by 85 million Norwegian crowns ($10 million) compared with 2016. At a time when this agenda has come under pressure, a joint effort is particularly important.”

Note that Norway’s former prime minister is none other than Jens Stoltenberg, the present secretary general of NATO who is a Bilderberg élite and heavily invested in the vaccine industry. He was once photographed at some conference wearing a 666 T-shirt. (See “Another Candidate for the Beast” and “NATO globalists sing ‘We are the World’“)

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Jens Stoltenberg, NATO secretary general & former Norway prime minister

See also “Swedish government official calls for assassinating President Trump”.

~Eowyn

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Witches in pointy hats demonstrate in support of Planned Parenthood abortion

The Left don’t even bother to wear their masks anymore.

Last weekend, pro-lifers held rallies before some 200 Planned Parenthood clinics abortion mills across America.

At a Planned Parenthood in St. Paul, Minnesota, three pro-aborts demonstrated in support of killing innocent little human beings. Real witches who belong to a local coven, the ghoulish pro-aborts were in full witch’s garb, complete with black pointy hats.

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Kristan Hawkins reports for LifeNews, Feb. 13, 2017:

This weekend, there were pro-life #ProtestPP rallies scheduled at more than a quarter, over 200, of Planned Parenthoods across our nation. And the violence and hatred that our team saw at multiple locations was not only frightening but it was a clear warning sign to you and me.

In Portland, where our Northwest Coordinator (Katie) spoke, the abortion supporters were already at the Planned Parenthood by the time the pro-lifers arrived for their rally. They immediately started yelling obscenities, swinging long hard plastic jump-ropes around hitting the pro-lifers, pushing and shoving those who gathered, and had signs that said “abort everyone,” “p*ssy bites back,” “your kids an a**hole,” “thank God for abortions,” etc.

In Washington, D.C. where our Capitol Area Coordinator (Lori) spoke, police had to shove abortion supporters back as they blocked the streets the pro-lifers had gotten a permit to march down during their prayer walk. The police ended up escorting the pro-lifers all the way to their destination to protect them.

In St. Paul, where I spoke, there were witches that came out to support Planned Parenthood and only spoke to us to tell us the name of their coven. When streaming coverage of the event live on Facebook, we began to ask the abortion supporters about why they were there. One woman with a “keep your laws off of my body” sign tried to grab and steal my camera phone. How about, keep your hands off my phone!

Over the past few years, we’ve been lucky. We would hold rallies and protests and only a few abortion supporters would come out to heckle us.

But something has changed in our nation.

The other side knows that they are losing. We’ve pushed the pro-abortion lobby into a corner. They are desperate and now they feel like they have to push back harder than ever before…and they don’t fight fair.

And they don’t care about freedom of speech or who has a permit to rally or not. They don’t care that there are children present. They don’t care if someone on our side gets hurt.

This is important because we can’t let the radicals who advocate for taxpayer-funded abortions in all nine months drive the media narrative. Every time they rally, we need to be there in stark comparison, with smiling, youthful faces. We need to show our nation’s media and those politicians in Washington who pay attention to the media that this generation really is pro-life and we are expecting them to hold up to their promises.

When our team crashed the so-called “Women’s March” last month, I got a first-hand glimpse of what our nation would look like without faith. The people who had gathered in D.C. were angry, sad, and desperate. You see, the Left has said that believing in God is anti-intellectual, it’s passé, yet they have replaced their beliefs in sinners, fallen men and women like you and me. So when their candidate lost the presidential election this November, they lost all hope.

But the Pro-Life Generation is different. Even in the years when we knew President Obama and Congress were going to do everything possible to fund the abortion industry and push back against any life-saving legislation, when we gathered at the March for Life, there was still a sense of joy and hope…because we placed it in something else, someone else.

And this is what makes the other side so dangerous, they have lost their hope, and they have nothing left to lose.

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~Eowyn

Pro-abort womyn shoves a bloody sanitary pad into pro-life activist’s mouth

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The maxi-pad throwing, foul-mouthed womyn

Liberalism is a mental disorder.

From KOBi5.com: A woman who is accused of shoving a wet maxi-pad into a protester’s mouth has turned herself in to police.

Ashland Police said 21-year-old Valerie Starushok is cooperating with police. She will be lodged in the Jackson County Jail on one count of harassment.

The incident occurred during an Ashland protest where the young woman allegedly shoved a wet maxi-pad into a protester’s mouth.

According to the Ashland Police Department, an organized protest was being held in front of Planned Parenthood on January 27. During the protest, an unknown woman approached a man who was protesting and “struck him in the face with a wet sanitary napkin.” The woman then ran off toward the rear of the building.

According to Breitbart, the womyn said, “Eat this [expletive] pad, you c**k face!”

Video of the incident taken by the protester was shared on YouTube. It shows the woman coming toward the protester while he was arguing with another individual. The protester said the woman caught him unaware and “shoved her bloody maxi pad into my mouth” as she yelled profanities.

See the video here at Free Beacon.

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Disney Princesses Show the Terrifying Reality Facing Women in Trump’s America

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From mindsaymohan Instagram

Trump Derangement Syndrome on steroids.

From Glamour: Just days into his presidency, President Donald Trump began to take steps toward repealing the Affordable Care Act (also known as Obamacare). After a midnight Senate vote left the road clear for Trump to gut the health care plan, millions of Americans stand in limbo—uncertain if they stand to lose the coverage they gained under the Act, and even more unclear on what plan Trump has to replace it. What is certain, however, is that the effects of repealing Obamacare will be devastating, especially for women (nevermind the fact that because of Obamacare, my health insurance premiums went up 80% this year and I have a crazy high deductible).

To help drive this point home, illustrator Maritza Lugo and writer Danielle Sepulveres employed their “god-given talents” to combat the “GOP’s war on women,” Lugo writes on Instagram. The Latina duo revamped their series of illustrations featuring Disney princesses attempting to go to the gynecologist (which first debuted last year as part of cervical cancer awareness month)—and it now includes the new, terrifying realities these princesses would face if the Affordable Care Act was repealed.

They include Elena of Avalor being turned away from Planned Parenthood, Aladdin and Jasmine forced to hold a funeral for their miscarried child, Belle having to pay out-of-pocket for birth control, Pocahontas being denied coverage for a pre-existing condition, and Tiana having trouble getting her HPV vaccine. Lugo draws the Disney illustrations, Sepulveres writes the captions, and the results are poignant, to say the least.

The picture above is of Elena of Avalaor, Disney’s first Latina princess, “going to Planned Parenthood to stand against the evil stepsisters of the GOP.” Belle “was super happy to get birth control. As someone who was dependent on it, finding out she was denied her refill will only make Belle’s life a little harder.”

Read the rest of the hyperbole here.

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Did the New York Times ignore top-selling book about abortionist/killer Gosnell?

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Convicted baby killer/abortionist Gosnell

I’d bet money on “yes.” This wouldn’t the first time that the New York Times has been questioned about their best-seller list.

From Fox News: It debuted at No. 3 on Amazon’s best seller list, but supporters of the true crime book “Gosnell: The Untold Story of America’s Most Prolific Serial Killer” say that the New York Times intentionally kept it off its influential bestseller list.

The book focuses on former abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell, who was convicted of murdering three infants who were born alive during procedures. It sold out on Amazon in just three days, but the book’s authors and their supporters say it never showed up on the Times’ list.

“This is shocking that the coverup of the Gosnell story is continuing even after the mainstream media were so criticized for failing to cover the trial,” co-author Ann McElhinney recently told the Washington Examiner. “It’s clear that this is a blatant fake list in a fake news newspaper.”

McElhinney and her husband Phelim McAleer wrote the book after making a movie about the shocking case of late-term abortions and murder that took place at Gosnell’s Philadelphia clinic which led to his conviction and life sentence in 2013.

Officials for the New York Times denied intentionally keeping the book off the list, noting it is on the most current best sellers list for nonfiction. “Those reports are inaccurate,” a New York Times spokesperson said in a statement provided to Fox News. “‘Gosnell: The Untold Story of America’s Most Prolific Serial Killer’ is #13 on the Feb. 12th Combined Print and E-book Nonfiction list.”

The statement added that the Times’s best-seller lists are based on a detailed analysis of book sales from a wide range of retailers who provide specific and confidential context of their sales each week. Despite claims that the true crime book was kept off the list by NYT brass, it currently sits on the nonfiction list at #13. The ranking is based off of sales for the first week of its release.

Other books on the bestseller list with “Gosnell” includes “The Book Of Joy” by Dalai Lama and Desmond Tutu, “Born a Crime” a memoir written by The Daily Show host Trevor Noah and “Killing the Rising Sun” from Fox News’ anchor Bill O’Reilly.

The new list will appear in the Feb. 12 print edition of the New York Times Book Review but is already posted online. The rankings are based on sales for the week ending Jan. 28 the first week of “Gosnell’s” release.

Regnery Publishing, which released “Gosnell” charged in a recent news release that the Times “ignored real sales numbers.” “While Gosnell landed on the ‘Combined Print & E-Book Best Sellers’ list (at #13), the Times ignored the real sales numbers and refused to correctly list Gosnell as the fourth-bestselling nonfiction title,” reads the statement.

Amazon’s bestseller rankings are updated by the hour and include pre-sales which may be why the book ranked high upon its release.

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Trump prayed after announcing Supreme Court nominee

On January 31, 2017, President Donald John Trump fulfilled another campaign promise when he announced his nomination of federal appeals court judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court.

Trump had said he would nominate someone like the late Justice Antonin Scalia. Indeed, Judge Gorsuch, 49, is pro-life like Scalia, and has taken the pro-life side in important cases as well as written a book excoriating assisted suicide. Like Scalia, Gorsuch is a strong originalist, believing that the Constitution should only be interpreted as the Founding Fathers intended.

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Justice Gorsuch is currently a judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, which includes the districts of Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming, as well as the Eastern, Northern and Western districts of Oklahoma. He has served as a federal judge since August 2006 and was appointed by President George W. Bush and confirmed unanimously by the Senate. (LifeNews.com)

After announcing Judge Gorsuch as his SCOTUS nominee, this is what President Trump did:

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Note the presence of Justice Scalia’s wife (Maureen) and son (Fr. Paul Scalia of the Diocese of Arlington, VA) among those who prayed. President Trump has the graciousness and thoughtfulness to invite them to the nomination announcement to show his respect for Justice Scalia.

During the brutal GOP primary campaigns last year, there were expressions of doubt about Donald Trump’s Christian faith.

I, for one, no longer doubt him.

Please continue to pray for President Trump — that he is protected from all evil and harm, and that he continues boldly, fearlessly, and effectively to lead America on the path of right.

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~Eowyn

U.S. bishops oppose President Trump on border wall and illegal immigrants

The federal tax exemption privilege accorded to churches, including the Catholic Church, began in 1894, but they had been unofficially tax-exempt since the country’s founding. All 50 US states and the District of Columbia exempt churches from paying income and property taxes. Donations to churches are tax-deductible.

But the tax exemption of churches is contingent on one thing.

A law in 1954, the Johnson Amendment, bans political campaigning by all tax-exempt groups, including churches. From IRS.gov:

The Restriction of Political Campaign Intervention by Section 501(c)(3) Tax-Exempt Organizations

Under the Internal Revenue Code, all section 501(c)(3) organizations are absolutely prohibited from directly or indirectly participating in, or intervening in, any political campaign on behalf of (or in opposition to) any candidate for elective public office. Contributions to political campaign funds or public statements of position (verbal or written) made on behalf of the organization in favor of or in opposition to any candidate for public office clearly violate the prohibition against political campaign activity. Violating this prohibition may result in denial or revocation of tax-exempt status and the imposition of certain excise taxes.

Despite the IRS restriction on political campaigning, many churches regularly do so, such as black churches on behalf of Democratic candidates, and yet continue to enjoy tax exemptions. According to ProCon.org, since Congress passed the law banning churches from intervening in political campaigns, the IRS has been successful in using the law to revoke the tax-exempt status of only one church: the Church at Pierce Creek in Binghamton, NY, which had placed an advertisement in USA Today and the Washington Times rebuking Bill Clinton four days before the 1992 presidential election.

On January 20, 2017, the day of his presidential inauguration, Donald Trump filed a notice (FEC Form 99) with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) of his intention to run for reelection in 2020. That means non-profit groups, including the Catholic Church, will need to refrain from speech and activities that may be construed as against and undermining political candidate Donald Trump, unless those groups want their tax-exempt status to be revoked.

See “Trump card: Trump filed for 2020 reelection with SEC, thereby gagging non-profits

On January 25, his third full day on the job as president and 5 days after he’d filed Form 99 with the FEC that he’s a 2020 political candidate, President Trump fulfilled his campaign promises concerning illegal “immigration” by signing two executive orders:

(1) Executive Order: Border Security and Immigration Enforcement Improvements, which authorizes the following:

  • Construction of a “contiguous physical wall” along the roughly 2,000-mile U.S.-Mexico border, in the interest of border and national security. Planning of wall construction will begin immediately.
  • Detention of aliens “apprehended for violations of immigration law pending the outcome of their removal proceedings or their removal from the country to the extent permitted by law.”
  • Deportation of aliens “described in section 235(b)(2)(C) of the INA (8 U.S.C. 1225(b)(2)(C))” and their return “to the territory from which they came pending a formal removal proceeding” and “consistent with the requirements of section 1232 of title 8, United States Code.
  • End “the abuse of parole and asylum provisions currently used to prevent the lawful removal of removable aliens.”

(2) Executive Order: Enhancing Public Safety in the Interior of United States, which authorizes the following:

  • Defunding of sanctuary states and cities that willfully violate Federal immigration law in an attempt to shield aliens, including criminals, from removal from the United States and, in so doing, “have caused immeasurable harm to the American people and to the very fabric of our Republic.” Henceforth, “jurisdictions that willfully refuse to comply with 8 U.S.C. 1373 (sanctuary jurisdictions) are not eligible to receive Federal grants, except as deemed necessary for law enforcement purposes by the Attorney General or the Secretary.”
  • Priority removal of aliens who have been convicted of or charged with any criminal offense; committed acts that constitute a chargeable criminal offense; abused any program related to receipt of public benefits; or “In the judgment of an immigration officer, otherwise pose a risk to public safety or national security.”
  • Assessment and collection of all fines and penalties from aliens unlawfully present in the United States and from those who facilitate their presence in the United States.

To aid in the enforcement of the above two executive orders, Trump also authorized the hiring and assignment of 15,000 new Border Control and immigration agents, “as soon as is practicable”.

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On the same day that President Trump signed the above two executive orders, Joe Vásquez, Bishop of the Diocese of Austin, Texas, issued a statement opposing the presidential orders:

WASHINGTON–President Donald J Trump today issued executive orders to construct a wall at the U.S./Mexico border, to significantly increase immigrant detention and deportation, and to disregard/preempt/overrule the judgment of state and local law enforcement on how best to protect their communities.

In response to the decision to build a wall on the U.S./Mexico border, Bishop Joe Vasquez, Chair of the Committee of Migration and Bishop of the Diocese of Austen, stated:

“I am disheartened that the President has prioritized building a wall on our border with Mexico. This action will put immigrants’ lives needlessly in harm’s way. Construction of such a wall will only make migrants, especially vulnerable women and children,  more susceptible to traffickers and smugglers. Additionally, the construction of such a wall destabilizes the many vibrant and beautifully interconnected communities that live peacefully along the border. Instead of building walls, at this time, my brothers bishops and I will continue to follow the example of Pope Francis. We will ‘look to build bridges between people, bridges that allow us to break down the walls of exclusion and exploitation.'”

In regards to President Trump’s authorization of the detention and deportation of illegal aliens, whom Bishop Vasquez disingenuously calls “immigrants,” he writes:

“The announced increase in immigration detention space and immigration enforcement activities is alarming. It will tear families apart and spark fear and panic in communities. While we respect the right of our federal government to control our borders and ensure security for all Americans, we do not believe that a large scale escalation of immigration detention and intensive increased use of enforcement in immigrant communities is the way to achieve those goals. Instead, we remain in our commitment to comprehensive, compassionate, and common-sense reform. We fear that the policy announced today will make it much more difficult for the vulnerable to access protection in our country. Everyday my brother bishops and I witness the harmful effects of immigrant detention in our ministries. We experience the pain of severed families that struggle to maintain a semblance of normal family life. We see traumatized children in our schools and in our churches. The policies announced today will only further upend immigrant families.

We will continue to support and stand in solidarity with immigrant families. We remind our communities and our nation that these families have intrinsic value as children of God. And to all those impacted by today’s decision, we are here to walk with you and accompany you on this journey.”

Nowhere in his statement does Bishop Vasquez:

  • Acknowledge that the “immigrant” families are in the United States illegally in violation of U.S. laws.
  • Acknowledge that illegal aliens have committed heinous crimes, including rape and murder.
  • Recognize that illegal aliens are a drain on already overburdened federal and state government resources — those of welfare, food stamps, schooling and healthcare — in a country with a national debt of $20 trillion.
  • Recognize the “pain” of or display “compassion” for beleaguered U.S. taxpayers.
  • Offer an alternative policy on how to address the illegal “immigration” problem, or even acknowledge that it is a problem.

Notice that in his statement, Vasquez referred only to “immigrant” “women and children,” as if there are no adult male illegal aliens — a tactic also used by those who want the U.S. to open our doors to Muslim refugees.

Notice also that in his statement, Vasquez made repeated references to “we” and “my brother bishops and I,” thereby implying that he speaks not just as Bishop of the Diocese of Austin, but on behalf of all U.S. bishops.

Indeed, Vásquez, who is of Mexican-American heritage, serves on the Subcommittee on Hispanic Affairs of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) and claims to be Chair of the Committee on Migration, although the USCCB website shows the Chair to be Auxiliary Bishop of Seattle Eusebio.  Vásquez also serves on the Board of Directors of Catholic Relief Services (CRS), the international charity organization founded by the USCCB in 1943, whose employees gave nearly all of their political donations to pro-abortion political candidates, although the Catholic Church regards abortion as an intrinsic evil for which no justification or rationalization is acceptable. (See “98% of Catholic Relief Services’ contributions go to pro-abort politicians“).

Bishop Vasquez should be reported to the IRS for violating the prohibition against tax-exempt organizations intervening in favor of or against a candidate for political office. To report him, use the IRS Form 3949-A, and mail the completed form to:

Internal Revenue Service
Fresno, CA 93888

Vasquez can be reached at:

  • Phone: (512) 949-2415
  • Email his executive assistant Melinda Johnson: melinda-johnson@austindiocese.org

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~Eowyn