Is a Gingerbread Abortion Clinic Just Denial or Something More Sinister? | National Review

Is a Gingerbread Abortion Clinic Just Denial or Something More Sinister? | National Review


Pro-life demonstrators gather around a speaker ahead of arguments in the Mississippi abortion rights case Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health, in Washington, D.C., December 1, 2021. (Kathryn Jean Lopez)

You have to hope that people really have no idea what they are talking about when it comes to abortion when they do something like this.

I get why people are mad and hurt about abortion.

I get why people err on the side of “choice” for the worst-case scenarios.

I don’t get celebrating abortion other than utter denial about the reality of abortion: pitting the mother against the child, brutally killing the child, leaving the mother knowing that what happened was a violence against her and her child.

There are all kinds of hard cases — a woman having to be a single parent is extremely courageous. Giving birth to a child for others to raise is at the heights of self-sacrifice. Doctors routinely make parents feel awful if they fight to bring a child to term who may have special needs.

America will not be healed from the scourge of abortion until we get back to a widespread consensus that abortion is not good. Polls suggest we still have that. But those in leadership have another thing in mind. It’s not the first time the Shout-Your-Abortion mindset brought its darkness to Christmas, but it will always be at the heart of darkness. Christianity, with a Child at the heart of the salvation offered, will always be a threat to the evil of abortion, whatever politicians and others choose to do or not to do for the most vulnerable unborn — and women, who deserve better than abortion.





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