Why do liberal arguments often build on a base of lies?

Violence in the name of “Jane’s Revenge”

The American Family Association outlines the violence perpetrated against crisis pregnancy centers and other conservative-leaning outlets.

Ever since the unprecedented leak of an early draft of the Dobbs decision from the Supreme Court which may overturn Roe v. Wade, the “shock troops of tolerance” have been busy interrupting church services. And they have done much destruction of crisis pregnancy centers.

They claim to be “pro-choice,” but choice involves options. And these people want to make sure women make only one choice – the choice of abortion. When there’s only one choice, then “pro-choice” is an oxymoron.

Since May 2, when the draft decision was leaked:

  • There have been numerous disruptions of church services, usually Catholic ones. However, even Joel Osteen’s church service was interrupted by topless promoters of abortion.
  • There have been illegal protests in front of the homes of conservative Supreme Court Justices to intimidate them to change their opinion.
  • There have been at least 60 attacks on crisis pregnancy centers, which are all funded by private donations to provide loving alternatives to abortion. This is becoming a regular occurrence.

Many of these attacks have been done through an ad hoc organization called “Jane’s Revenge.”

The name would imply revenge on behalf of “Jane Roe” from the 1973 Supreme Court pro-abortion decision, Roe v. Wade.

Jane’s Revenge declares open season on crisis pregnancy centers across the nation:

“From here forward, any anti-choice group who closes their doors, and stops operating will no longer be a target. But until you do, it’s open season, and we know where your operations are. The infrastructure of the enslavers will not survive. We will never stop, back down, slow down, or retreat.”

A friend of mine works in a crisis pregnancy center. She told me in an email over the weekend: “I worked in the Emergency Dept. as an RN for 25 years with police security, but I never dreamed that working at a pro-life clinic would be a high-risk job!”

And this damage is being done in the name of Jane Roe? As the record shows, Jane Roe’s identity was revealed in 1987, and her name was Norma McCorvey. It turns out McCorvey had not been raped (as claimed in the case). She had gotten pregnant from her boyfriend, and she just wanted an abortion.

ACLU attorney Sarah Weddington lied to her as she assured McCorvey she could get an abortion, but what Weddington really wanted was McCorvey’s participation in what became Roe v. Wade.

Then in the late 1990s, something amazing happened. Norma McCorvey made a profession of faith in Jesus Christ and came to oppose abortion. Thus, Roe came to agree with Wade. Henry Wade had been the District Attorney of Dallas County, and Roe v. Wade challenged Texas’s pro-life law.

Norma McCorvey wrote her story in her 1997 book, Won By Love (with co-author Gary Thomas). The subtitle of that book is “Jane Roe of Roe v. Wade Speaks Out for the Unborn as She Shares Her New Conviction for Life.”

(Read at the American Family Association to discover the anarchy factor in today’s events)

When you see half-truths and other lies, why is the left usually behind it?

As with the testimony from Cassidy Hutchinson (who may be recounting exactly the items told to her incorrectly by people other than those who were there — still, now finds her testimony contradicted by those who were there), why do we always find liberals shaving the truth to prove their point?

Why rely on a framework of lies? Why tell America that the Constitution guarantees the right of abortion in the 14th Amendment’s mention of the word “liberty?” Why tell the court that Roe (McCovery) was raped?

Why, during the first few months of this year, did we hear nothing but “transitory” inflation from Democrats in office and the press despite our observation that inflation had risen to a 40-year high?

Fox News *still* hasn’t updated the hoax story about Trump assaulting Secret Service agents

Breitbart‘s John Nolte observed that Fox News has not (as of 1 July 2022) fixed the obvious contradictions in the Cassidy Hutchinson testimony.

The on-its-face ludicrous (more on this below) tale of former President Trump lunging at a steering wheel and assaulting a Secret Service agent remains on Fox News without an update about its debunking.

If Fox tries to sneak in and stealth-edit it, here’s a saved screenshot from late last night, hours and hours after the story was shown to be false.

So what we have here is Fox News continuing to spread an OBVIOUS hoax even AFTER it’s been debunked.

Fox is deliberately endorsing a blatant lie that was glaringly false from the moment it was spoken…

This Cassidy Hutchinson woman claimed she heard the “lunge” story third-hand from White House deputy chief of staff Tony Ornato, and now this same Tony Ornato says he never told her that story.

I’m no lawyer, but isn’t that perjury?

Isn’t that… newzzzz?

Moreover, this Hutchinson loon claimed she wrote a note everyone says she didn’t.

Talk about fruit of the poison tree.

Ah, but here’s oh-so fair and balanced Fox News… Here’s Fox News, the outlet that says it’s different from the rest of the media, still spreading an obvious lie, even AFTER it’s been debunked and the witness exposed as a total phony.

(Read at Breitbart how this the fakeness of the Fox News comes together)

Maybe the new Fox definition of “fair and balanced” is more like that of the rest of the main stream media’s: lies half the time and truth half the time

Of course, the main stream media’a standard would be to tell half-truths all of the time. That way, they can refuse to report on the Hunter Biden laptop until after the election and still claim journalistic integrity.

Washington state church vandalized. “Religion of hate” spray painted on church art

Breitbart lays out the situation of a Catholic church in Bellevue, Washington that found itself under attack by a 31-year-old radical.

Speaking to FOX 13, Father Gary Zender said that a small statue had also sustained damage during the alleged attack.

“When I try to look at the person and their wounds – that helps me to step back and say ‘I have some wounds too,’” Zender told the local news outlet. “So, there’s a human connection there, as well as a spiritual one.”

The damage penalty to the property could be calculated under the hate crime statute, according to Bellevue Police Captain Darryl McKinney.

“Obviously, there’s a lot going on in the world,” McKinney told FOX 13. “People are worked up about things. They’re upset – or, at least some people are – I think there are some emotions stirred up and we’re seeing people act how they normally wouldn’t.”

(Read the entire account and see all tweets at Breitbart)

Yes, every good movement has more than a few bad apples

However, to quote an ancient middle-Eastern leader and poet:

Everyone has turned away, all have become corrupt,
there is no one who does good,
not even one.

Still, we have the grace of God.


3 thoughts on “Why do liberal arguments often build on a base of lies?

  1. Hi, Mark….Z from GeeeZ blog…not sure you’ll see this, but I can’t comment at your blog. I just don’t see WHERE to!! Sorry…would like to…but this happens a lot there L

    Blessings, Z

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