The terrible ten year rape/ kidnapping ordeal suffered by three innocent Cleveland women at the hands of Ariel Castro, a registered Democrat (look it up), may yet put the baby killing crowd at NARAL and NOW in a web of their own evil lies.
Their captivity included daily rapes and the predictable pregnancies that followed. The startling evidence shows that Castro’s depravity extended to stomach-punching pregnant victims to cause miscarriages, thereby murdering at least five innocent babies.
That Castro’s crimes are revolting and demand the death penalty is a widely held sentiment; but what will women’s organizations do or say?
Because women’s organizations are by definition liberal, calls for such retribution might not come from the likes of NARAL and NOW. Both organizations could end up either saying nothing about these horrific crimes or potentially joining in a fight to keep Castro from being convicted of murdering those five innocent little babies.
To his great credit, Cleveland Prosecutor Timothy J. McGinty has expressed his intentions to find a way to put Castro to death for the murders of these babies.
This case presents a serious and problematic dilemma for the Baby Killers. On the one hand, to fulfill their self-appointed mission of protectors of women, they have to demand that Castro be charged with and convicted of every conceivable crime McGinty can think of. Nevertheless, on the other hand, to push for the maximum amount of punishment for this beast, they will have to support bringing murder charges against him for killing in-utero infants, thereby conceding defeat in the “personhood” argument and agreeing that the five additional victims were worthy of protection and not just “unviable tissue masses.”
During the Laci Peterson case, a frightened NOW said, “If this is murder, [Peterson killing the baby Laci was carrying] well, then any time a late-term fetus is aborted, they could call it murder.” Yes, indeed they could.
Lying and being on the side of evil catches up to you eventually.
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