MORE THAN 100 MILLION GUN OWNERS DID NOT KILL ANYONE TODAY, BUT ABORTION “DOCTORS” DID


While Congress is debating whether gun “bump-firre stocks” (that can make a semi-automatic rifle automatic) should be banned, each and every day in the United States abortion “doctors” kill unborn babies. It’s a law that Congress does little to fix. These “holier than thou” representatives of the people who took an oath to uphold the Constitution can’t stop the funding of the bloodshed.

That’s about 3500 killed/murdered unborn babies every day, 365 days each year since 1973.

Life is cheap. It’s worse than that. It’s insignificant when an unborn baby can be sucked out of the sanctuary of his or her mother’s womb because seven unelected Supreme Court Justices and a compliant court system and a negligent Congress said and continues to say so.

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Hillary Clintons said:

“We can and must put politics aside, stand up to the NRA, and work together to try to stop this from happening again.”

In another place, she said that Trump is in the pocket of the NRA.

That may be. But owning guns is a constitutional right. It actually says so in the Constitution itself. It’s called the Second Amendment. There is no right for a woman to kill her unborn baby.

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