America has fire and blood after the “Roe Vs Wade” affair but who was Jane Roe alias Norma McCorney, here is the real story behind “Roe v. Wade”.
Published on 26.6.2022
The woman with two faces: Roe Vs Wade Adopted Only Because Roe Lied About Being Raped, Admitted On Live TV Jane Roe aka Norma McCorvey was a drug addict who lied about being raped as a plaintiff in Roe vs. Wade. [10 août 1995].
@abcnews night line. 1995 8-10 Norma McCorvey on Nightline
News special taped from ABC Evening News Thursday August 10, 1995 Ted Koppel (ABC) interview with Norma McCorvey (aka Jane Roe) regarding his recent decision to join Operation Rescue to oppose abortion, although she was the plaintiff in the Supreme Court Roe v. Wade decision that legalized abortion in 1973.
Taped segment with Cokie Roberts (ABC), McCorvey, pro-choice activist Gloria Allred, National Director of Operation Rescue, Reverend Flip Benham, Susan Hill of the National Organization for Women’s Health, Helen Alvare of the National Conference of Catholic Bishops, pro-choice activist Kate Michelman, and unidentified others.
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HISTORY: United States: death of Norma McCorney, figure of abortion
Norma Mc Corvey, better known as “Jane Roe”, is the woman thanks to whom abortion became a fundamental right for American women in 1973. She died on Saturday February 18 at the age of 69.
While the right to abortion is currently on everyone’s lips in the United States, Norma Mc Corvey, the woman who made abortion legal in the United States and more commonly known by the pseudonym of ” Jane Roe“, died of heart failure on Saturday, February 18 at the age of 69 at the Katy Care Center in Texas, revealed journalist Joshua Prager. He was preparing a biography on “Jane Roe”, in order to better understand the complicated history of this woman.
In 1970, then aged 22, Norma McCorvey became pregnant for the third time. Her first two children were placed for adoption because of her alcohol and drug addiction problems, but this time she wants an abortion, too weakened by a difficult life (she was raped by her cousin’s mother and beaten by her first husband).
Unfortunately, in Texas, abortion is only allowed if there is a risk to the mother’s life. Norma is forced to give birth to this child whom she will also place for adoption. At the time, only Alaska, California, Hawaii, New York, Oregon and Washington considered abortion a fundamental right for all women.
Advised by two feminist lawyers, Sarah Weddington and Linda Coffee, she decided to take legal action and oppose Texas prosecutor Henry Wade under the pseudonym of ” Jane Roe“, so that his name is not revealed in the media. Three years later, the landmark judgment, better known as the “Roe v. Wade » is rendered: the American Supreme Court considers that abortion is a fundamental and indisputable right to the private life of women since January 22, 1973.
“Don’t vote for Obama, he kills babies”
For a few years, she is discreet before revealing her true identity. She also admits to having lied by saying that she had become pregnant after a rape, a revelation which will arouse the ire of the pro-life movements, which consider that the law “Roe v. Wade” would be based on a ” lying“.
In 1977, when she was interviewed by CNN, she claims to have been instrumentalized by her two lawyers and becomes an anti-abortion activist. The woman who was then celebrated in North America for her feminist fight ended up changing her mind definitively in 1995, declaring that she had committed a ” mistake and that she regrets her fight for the right to abortion. She ends up being baptized by Pastor Philip Benham and joins the “Operation Rescue” movement made up of a group of anti-abortion activists.
She declared in 1998 to theAssociated Press : ” I don’t believe in abortion, even in an extreme situation. If the woman was impregnated by a rapist, it is still a child. You can’t act like your own god“. In 2012, Norma McCorvey supports the candidate Mitt Romney against Barack Obama during the American presidential elections. Vanity Fair will reveal that Operation Rescue paid him $1,000 to appear in a Florida TV spot to urge Americans to vote Republican.
The phrase : ” Don’t vote for Obama, he kills babies“, had toured the country.
As a result of this, a book was written here is the title: ” The Abortion Matrix or “The Abortion Matrix”: Overcoming Child Sacrifice and the Culture of Death, Is There a Connection Between Pagan Religion and the Abortion Industry?
This powerful presentation traces the biblical roots of child sacrifice, then looks at the social, political, and cultural fallout that this sin against God and crime against humanity has produced in our beleaguered society.
Conceived as a sequel and update to the 1988 classic, The Massacre of Innocence, the new title, The Abortion Matrix, is fitting. It not only refers to the specific target of abortion – the sacred womb where human beings are formed in the womb of their mothers in the very image of God – but it also implies the existence of a conspiracy, a matrix of seemingly disparate forces that created this holocaust.
The occult activity surrounding the abortion industry is exposed through numerous examples. But are these just aberrations, bizarre but anomalous examples of abortionists who happen to have connections to modern witchcraft? Or is it representative of something deeper, more sinister, and even endemic to the entire abortion movement?
As the allusion to the film from over a decade ago suggests, the viewer might learn that things aren’t always what they seem. The Abortion Matrix reveals the reality of child murder and strikes the appropriate moral chord to move hearts to fulfill the biblical responsibility to rescue those who are unjustly sentenced to death and speak for those who cannot speak for them. themselves (Proverbs 24:11,12; 31:8,9).
Repeal Roe V. Wade = End organ and fetus trafficking…