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Janet Morana Tells Us the Truth About 'Jane Roe'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:00 min | 3 months ago

Janet Morana Tells Us the Truth About 'Jane Roe'

"Janet. As we were coming into the studio, you said you mentioned something that you both know a certain lady who for 49 years has been known as Janet Jane roe. Tell us who she really was and because a lot of misinformation about her attitude to abortion after the decision. So who is Jane roe? Norma mccorvey, who I could say is a personal friend of mine. I stated her home in Dallas. She stayed at my home in New York. Father Frank actually brought her into the Catholic Church. In fact, Norma mccorvey never had an abortion. What? No, never. In fact, she was taken advantage of basically. She was basically homeless. She already had two babies at a wedlock that her family, one was for adoption, her mother was raising one. And over a pizza lunch, she signed for Sarah waiting to know the dotted line. She got will help you take care of your pregnancy. She signs on the dotted line. Do you think she spent one day in court? Not one day. Never heard from Sarah really. And then the day, roe V wade's decided. Do you think your lawyer would pick up the phone and say we won Norma? You know how she found out when she opened her door that morning and picked up the Dallas morning paper. So I don't understand if she hadn't had an abortion, but she wasn't involved in the hearings. What was her utility to the industry of death? Why did they need her? Well, they were looking actually, you know, to find someone like her, not well educated and kind of desperate situation who just would be used like a puppet. And in fact, the companion case that day, the Doe of dovey Bolden, father Frank and I know her too. Both ladies are Sandra kino. Same thing. She was her case was coming up through Georgia, while enormous was coming up through Texas. And Sandra signed on the dotted line thinking, she never two children back out of foster care. It was her mother who wanted her to put this child. And when Sandra found out, she left Georgia to Oklahoma to give birth to that

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"norma mccorvey" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

03:27 min | 3 months ago

"norma mccorvey" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Media outlets are reporting that the city's first casino is a done deal and bally's plan for river north will get the green light mayor life that says it's not true But the reporting in advance of even the evaluation committee meeting in making a recommendation to me that's just not accurate Many residents are upset over the possibility and spoke to ABC 7 This is a very residential neighborhood and you put a casino in it All of a sudden you're going to get all the traffic and all the noise This is a family neighborhood We've raised both of our kids here in this neighborhood and this is our park and this is our community City council has the final say the leak of a draft U.S. Supreme Court decision has reignited the debate over the right to terminate a pregnancy in this country 26 Republican led states plan to ban or severely restrict access to abortion if the high court overturned roe versus wade This is Jim Ryan in Dallas where in 1969 a pregnant 21 year old named Norma mccorvey desperately wanted an abortion Under the pseudonym Jane rose she filed suit against Dallas county district attorney Henry wade two years later Ultimately the Supreme Court would codify the right to an abortion Mccorvey later advocated against that right although she still felt that in the case of birth defects discovered in the first trimester I think that the child should be avoided I don't think it should be brought into the world Henry wade died in 2001 Norma mccorvey in 2017 Jim Ryan ABC News Dallas Illinois congresswoman Mary Miller joined the WLS morning team to discuss what she believes is behind the league Supreme Court opinion to overturn roe versus wade No I believe that the intent of the leak is to pressure the court or to push legislation before the midterm elections But as for Illinois I'm not surprised at all by governor pritzker's comments He's just radically pro abortion Miller represents Illinois 15th U.S. congressional district and 26 Republican led states plan to ban or severely restrict access to abortion if the high court overturns roe versus wade President Biden delivering remarks on the economy today is the fed gets to raise interest rates President Biden today will announce the federal government will pay down the national debt this quarter for the first time since 2016 an official tells ABC he'll speak about his commitment to reducing the deficit while making quote critical investments that The White House says will boost the economy and lower costs for Americans on things like prescription drugs healthcare and utility bills The Treasury Department this week updated its estimates and now projects that the deficit will fall by over $1.5 trillion this year Meanwhile all eyes will be on the Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell who this afternoon will speak about fighting inflation Karen Travers ABC News Washington a commander of the Chicago police department's narcotics division was demoted to stay in reassigned to a patrol district here as Kim Gordon Jason Bram has been the commander since 2020 He was demoted to lieutenant on Tuesday he faces three separate lawsuits brought against him by subordinate officers two of those lawsuits alleged Brown retaliated against two CPD sergeants when they voiced concerns over his misallocation of CPD resources during the unrest and looting in the summer of 2020 a third lawsuit says Brown pressured an officer to lie about the circumstances of a public records inquiry Brown has been a member of the department since 1997 Kim Gordon 8 90 WLS news WL ASUS time 1104.

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"norma mccorvey" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

05:35 min | 11 months ago

"norma mccorvey" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

"The great question. I'm drawn prepared for it. I need to thank you. Know i would say my way of answering. That is that. I feel that my book is unique. I have on my wall here. Hundreds of books that i read over the last decade literally about roe and abortion and there isn't another book like this And i think that's talent. I do think that these narratives become so ingrained in us so just to give you one little right ample one side but the two sides won't even allow the other side to call them what they want right. So you're you're either if you are if you're a pro choice than the other side is antiabortion if you're pro-life than your pro the other side is pro-abortion and my god like at least let people call themselves what they want and i write in my authors note. I referred to them as pro choice in pro-life like that would be a good starting point. Lead people call themselves well and those do exactly what i do. Nothing about as well the media will say pro choice and then anti-choice something depending on who you talk to and just or vice versa. And just that alone shows shows a bias right. That's right 'cause nobody's anti-choice normally. I mean that's a negative thing in this particular issue. Right it is. I have right and i can make these crazy decisions even just the language so for example if you use the word fetus than the pro-life will say well how dare use the word fetus. That's an unborn child so that was another choice that i made. I call Like but i did use or fetus. Because i think specificity is important. And i don't think that a that a that a single cell even if it is going to become again making sure your this you already. If you've been alive in america and you're not jennifer who didn't know what roe v wade who apparently been alive in america and not living in that house you know what roe v wade is you know how important it is not just for women's health care and women's rights to choose and in this abortion debate but but so much of of all supreme court cases get tied to row. How how a supreme court justice decides a case on on gay marriage gets tied to what they will probably do own. Row as supreme court justices get nominated and their hearings. Josh was already said they get asked how they feel about row. It is sort of the most powerful precedent in america. right now. you have not heard of this story. You have not heard of this case but what you have not heard is the real story behind. norma mccorvey. you've not heard the story behind shelly. Who is the child who norma was did not terminate the pregnancy that pregnancy. And you've not heard near as much background. Information as joshua has in his book. The family row so i absolutely urge you. It's a narrative. Not just. I mean it's not just not just filled but it's narrative and it's a beautiful story of average americans would you. Would you call them. Average americans and so. Don't wait for the movie because he's going to have a long negotiation. Process sells the rights to this book. Because it is just absolutely fascinating. Don't wait for it. get the book. it's the family. Row joshua prager. You've written a book about the most controversial thing in one of the most controversial topics in america and the last half century. You have sat with people as you've said on both sides of this incredibly contentious issue people who are passionate on this side passionate on that side. Do not agree. I can't think of anybody who i've asked this question to in the last year. Who is maybe better prepared to tell me an answer to it because you've really been in the mix of it for ten years. How the heck are we going to get along. That is a very it really does go back to what i believe in deeply that quote by melville that we need to get to know each other. When you know somebody who isn't just like you. You begin to care about them and so we need to not only listen to the news stations. That will tell us what we want to hear. And we need to not only know people who look and just like us and believe things we believe. We need to be challenged just like all of us may have made decisions. That aren't exactly like what our parents made so to. Now talk to someone civilly here. What they think. And that's what. I tried to do in my book and if you do that there is there really. It's it's it's like a it's formulaic. It will happen that if you spend time with. People were not just like you. You will begin to broaden your horizons and think a little bit outside the box and if we could do that just a little bit. This country would be a much better place..

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"norma mccorvey" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"norma mccorvey" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"And you're alive. Are you grateful to the mother or not? What would you say? Yeah, well, what What would you say? I mean normal. Carvey was of the opinion that her daughter ought to be thankful that she gave her life at the daughter said you true You wanted to kill me. Whether you did, whether you were able to or not. It's different. I mean, your goal was to kill me. I'm supposed to thank you because somebody stopped you from doing it. And the other point is you got yourself, not the sheet. The daughter says this. You got yourself knocked up by a guy and you put me up for adoption to be raised by somebody else. I'm supposed to be grateful to you. No way. Now the flip side of that would be If she had gone into a back alley and gotten an illegal abortion. This woman wouldn't be alive at all, which is how a lot of abortions were performed before Roe versus Wade. It's a fascinating thing to consider, though the lives of people who are around because abortions either failed or the mother couldn't get one or it was still illegal before Roe versus Wade, and the reason I believe it's a relative. A relevant topic is the thing that liberals want to do is never considered the fact that there is another human being involved here. If an abortion occurs, it means someone Even if you don't want to make the case that someone is killed. You certainly can't deny that someone who would have lived doesn't live. I mean, there's no way that even a lefty can work themselves into that, If whether you call it an unviable fetus, tissue mass or a human being. If the abortion occurs, Whoever that baby would have been isn't out here among us, So these people are So when you consider people who in the case of botched abortions either survived an abortion attempt. Or in the case of Norma McCorvey is daughter. Someone who was born because her mother struck out in her attempt to get an abortion. It proves that this debate is actually over, not simply the rights of the mother. But the rights of the human being for whom we're making a decision as to whether or not they live or die. Some of them are alive and for the first time We now know who Rose, baby. Is She's alive, and she's a real person. All I can imagine is the people who support Roe versus Wade must regret that she's not dead. Because if Roe versus Wade ruled on earlier She wouldn't be alive. Football Picking contest is next. 5 48 news Talk 11 30 wi It's time for rapid traffic.

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"norma mccorvey" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"norma mccorvey" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Liberty and the pursuit of happiness thing. Just harvest the organs and shut up. So yesterday it was state of the union. Jake Tapper, Democrat Capitol Hill staffer turn fake journalist and kind of a neighbor of mine to see him on the street. Every now and then. And here's Jake Tapper. Now, Roe vs Wade was they love it so much? Gosh, they love it. They love death more than we love life and It was a 1973 Supreme Court decision having to do with a woman named Norma McCorvey, who has given the pseudonym Jane Roe to be like Jane Doe and Norma McCorvey, later in life, became pro life and regretted the abortion she had and so on. But setting that aside here is And it was the Supreme Court decision here is Jake Tapper. These people are all such experts and everything. Saying that Rovers has Wade was a piece of legislation passed by Congress, which, of course it never was never will be wasn't going to be couldn't have been was a Supreme Court ruling? And we don't name pieces of legislation by the way things like Roe v. Wade or Brown vs the Board of Education. Those air clearly court cases you can tell by the V or the verses in the middle, but here's our genius national multi million dollar news media. Summing up what's going on in our country. It's kind of this weird part of American judicial Kabuki that justice has come before with the Senate and pretend that they have never talked about or thought about Roe v. Wade, which is obviously a very significant piece of legislation, whether you're for it or against it. Yeah, well, okay. It's a very significant Supreme court ruling. Let's say, because that's what it was rather than a piece of legislation. But at CNN and in our news media, you know ignorance is King and I just the less you know the better off you are Like Brian Shelter Water being astonished when someone points out that the New York Times had tax returns leaked to them, and that the leak is illegal. And Brian's shelter. Water at CNN is so dumb that he retweets Charlie Kirk Suite and then adds to it. You missed the line that says that the people who leaked it had legal access to it. Just how dumb are you? The you miss, Really? The bridge. From here to there is that you're another million dollar journalists who's as ignorant as Mika Brzezinski. I guess we all make their way to the middle of the same way and it's got to involve a lot of ChapStick. I'm thinking a lot of chaps. Let's get to some audio from the White House on Saturday when the president made an announcement. On The New York Times. Big Scoop. The big scoop. Is that our tax laws they're pretty crazy, and when you follow them, sometimes you pay less in Texas stuff. Let's go to President Trump from Saturday Sound Bite Number six in announcing Amy Cockney Barrett as his nominee to replace Of the Gator Ruth Bader Ginsburg, on the on the United States. Supreme Court set by number six President Trump Any pair will decide cases based on the text of the Constitution. As written a CZ Amy has said being a judge takes courage. You are not there to decide cases. As you may prefer. You are there to do your duty and to follow the law wherever.

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"norma mccorvey" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"norma mccorvey" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Welcome back to the bench John Michael Knowles filling in you can find me on Twitter at Michael J. Knowles you can also find me at the Michael no show podcast which is available at apple podcasts Google play stitcher YouTube Facebook probably my space live journal I don't audio cassette probably if you ask me kindly I will send you one there's a big story that's come out of the pro life or pro abortion movement I guess the story involves Norma McCorvey better known to you as Jane roe Norma McCorvey was the Jane roe of roe versus Wade obviously is responsible and and is the sort of name of abortion rights in America then in the nineteen nineties Norma McCorvey became baptized she became pro life is a pro life advocate for decades until her death just recently but a new documentary is alleging yet Norma McCorvey made a deathbed confession where she said that her pro life advocacy was all a bunch of B. S. it is all fake she did it for money because she got gifts from the pro life movement and this is being heralded as a big win for the pro abortion movement a setback for the pro life movement here to help us clear things up because I noticed that documentary seems a little bit one sided here to help us clear things up is the man who actually baptized Norma McCorvey Reverend flip Benham who converted to Christianity in nineteen seventy six and founded operation rescue and operation save America whose mission.

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"norma mccorvey" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

10:40 min | 2 years ago

"norma mccorvey" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Have you ever been following this Norma McCorvey controversy at all she is roe of roe V. Wade the record the the actual woman who wanted to have an abortion in the seventies and took it all the way to the Supreme Court wound up I think I remember the story correctly not having the abortion at all but then eventually came out as an advocate of a being pro life and so it was pretty ironic in that the person who was responsible for bringing it to the Supreme Court and winning the case that legalized abortion in the United States then later on years later became a very strong pro life advocate well now there's a new documentary out on FX cold A. K. A. Jane roe and they claim in this documentary that Norma McCorvey said on her death bed that she was faking it the whole time that she was actually pro abortion and that pro life advocates just paid her and told her what to say and so she just did it I don't believe that yeah it's hard to believe it's it is hard to believe the people who were around for thirty years say that this is not a leader now that is not true one of those is Abby Johnson yeah it was it was a it was a Planned Parenthood worker if I understand she they they actually talked late in life they did yeah she got a few days before her death Abby says her many years as a dedicated pro life advocate was not ally her tearful conversation which I'll keep private with me days before her death was not a lie the hours she spent preening in front of abortion facilities was not a lie her life with Christ was not a lie so she is saying those things and so as a preacher who knew her very well and said that he prayed with her multiple times and that she was legitimately pro life the framing of it seems to be she was she was paid to so that she would apply to everyone and say she was pro life that's not even what she say I mean like that the media framing of it is that way what she seems to be saying is that basically she got paid for speeches and and she got paid for on a books are now like that's very typical of an activist straight if you if your job is to be an activist you're probably going to get paid to be an activist you know she she talks about how people rode her her speeches for her and things like that well you know Minnesota brother happened Brock a bomber to BPL write speeches for other people and that's what makes like four hundred and fifty thousand dollars per speech so people pay him just to talk they sure do and does that mean that he doesn't believe the things he's saying no doesn't I I don't think so also point out that it is yeah I can understand why it was a big cat at one point to get the person in roe versus Wade to come over to your side and be a pro life activist right I can understand why that would be attractive however it's always going to be an anecdotal things just because the row from roe versus Wade is pro life is no reason to become pro life like it's an interesting story yes surrounds it but like it is a moral decision you based on on something completely different and like all that person's doing it me too but that's not the way anybody makes that decision now so I think it would be they say they want to treat it as like this is a crack in the foundation of the pro life movement and therefore it's going to collapse because this name activist is is gonna she was lying the whole time and like trying to insinuate that that means other people you see saying these things are probably it's probably happened in there too I mean I can't vouch for her for it a lot of people who were around or say this is not how she felt she did have a conversion at one point and maybe you know was the I'm not a very happy person throughout life and she had a lot of terrible things happen to her if the story is true think about this she fought for she was wrote roe versus Wade she gets all that is even from a left wing perspective she's able to free this amazing right to to be able to kill your children for all women across the across the nation and then you spent thirty years trying to dissuade people from doing that and hurting that movement like your life is hell right like you basically dedicated your life to selfish personal gain to destroy important right like that is but I it's hard to describe a worse life them back so and then we're supposed to believe that this woman that you're telling us took money to lie is telling the absolute truth on her death bed in further documentary for Hey did they pay her they there is that question was asked of the documentary crew here they said no it impair there were some expenses we just show up you know we didn't license some of her photos what do you think that is like you're saying the pro life movement was was paying her first speech there's a much clearer line then licensing her personal photos wait there's a lot of people don't get paid for that you know it when you're doing a documentary usually head over a bunch of photos they taken the don't license the photos typically of something like that they're doing that because they were looking for a way to pay her and she probably was in a desperate situation with no money and may have been taking money from them to life who knows you're the one telling us he's a big liar so I don't know what the truth is with her it's completely unimportant to pro life because it's important to her life and her legacy and her Seoul yeah they act like she was a major influence on the pro life movement I don't even know that that's the case I don't think so I mean I I didn't even know about the fact that she had changed until a few years ago few years ago and I don't know her name but you know I just knew row from roe versus Wade yeah I knew that storyline was was vaguely familiar with it but I mean the roe versus Wade happened because there was a pro life movement already right is about a bunch of people who didn't think abortion should be legal that's what we know what the cases where is there's two sides to that the fact that she was on the pro abortion side at one point put to the pro life side and maybe went back to the pro abortion site is completely inconsequential to the moral argument about what should be happening yeah and that is of course where the the real meat of that movement is and look how effective you know not that it didn't matter at all that you change sides I think it's great that she did if she did for real but easy relaxed right I mean we've we've lost for the last forty five years in this debate now they act like they're so how much did she help we are going to get anywhere if we lost a lot of ground in fact we've gone the wrong way since roe V. Wade yet people don't realize I think the average person maybe in this audience does but the average person does not realize if we were to move to roe versus Wade W. Morrible pro life position that we're at right now a massive move conservative side of the argument and every activist you see on TV would be through Cristiano I believe F. screaming bloody murder about what the evil conservatives are doing to our country you know the the the drover says wait is written basically to say that the first trimester abortion is legal I mean it's a big it says you know quite clearly the third trimester states can say nope it says in in Grover says white it's in the ruling it also says that the second trimester is when you can vote on restrictions on out and and how it's a medium with health restrictions and those sorts of things those things are all gone now yeah I mean you know some states have have restrictions you know not nearly as much be in favor of any restrictions and being a Democrat in good standing right you can N. or birth abortion on demand at any time for any reason all the way up to birth yeah and we're in a country where the most conservative states in our union R. two the or to the left of of should be to the right of but Russia of of Europe so Europe has more it is only free for his exam his X. rated up Europe has more lives more conservative our portion laws than we do knighted states does including you know places like Utah just despicable yeah I mean I saw any of this is not a is this is a situation where that's the case but it is yeah we have a very active pro life movement here which but that's different than you know in the hope you have to go through places like Germany like getting a doctor sign off from from to have an abortion in many countries have much more restrictive limits you know twelve weeks eight weeks fourteen weeks you know I could we go through the whole list maybe sometime this week if it's worth it but they it's it's a huge it's a dramatic difference and in a much of our country is far to the left of Europe on this particular issue it is a situation which I'm not you know it all happy about but it is not good covered at all by the media it you know they act as if well we're just one Brett Kavanaugh away from that from everything going on away I wish that were the case I wish it was true because I what I wanted I really wish a lot of times they'll say like you know you I will say this about the people on the left so you know you you're just going after bump stocks and and other things about guns because you've been there in the end you want there to be no second amendment right and they say no all we love the second amendment you talk about hunter or hunters about dads out hunting right now in Minnesota and they deny it I own a shot gun yeah until I saw a gun once in a movie here's the thing I am that way with abortion but any little restriction that we can get in the states is it the it is my end goal to have none of it yep I want Neil abortions zero of them but why wouldn't you take the little steps along the way well I think I would goal it's because it's better than what we're doing now admitted killing fewer babies that's a good thing right that's a great outcome yeah more people being alive better less people being alive worse this is a difficult thing for people to grasp at times but I mean can you can can you imagine think of just how many more voters you'd have if you're the Democrats or the Republicans think of how many you talk about war on women think of how many more women you have we talk about racism think about any more black people you would have you know I all I know is that you know they always accuse the right.

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"norma mccorvey" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

10:51 min | 2 years ago

"norma mccorvey" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"K. have you ever been following this Norma McCorvey controversy at all she is roe of roe V. Wade the record the the actual woman who wanted to have an abortion in the seventies and took it all the way to the Supreme Court wound up I think I remember the story correctly not having the abortion at all but then eventually came out as an advocate of a being pro life and so it was pretty ironic in that the person who was responsible for bringing it to the Supreme Court and winning the case that legalized abortion in the United States then later on years later became a very strong pro life advocate will now there's a new documentary out on FX cold A. K. A. Jane roe and they claim in this documentary that Norma McCorvey said on her death bed that she was faking it the whole time that she was actually pro abortion and that pro life advocates just paid her and told her what to say and so she just did it I I don't believe that yeah it's hard to believe it's it is hard to believe the people who were around for thirty years say that this is now believe it either now that is not true one of those is Abby Johnson yeah who's a who's a it was a Planned Parenthood worker if I understanding she they they actually talked late in life they did yeah she got a few days before her death Abby says her many years as a dedicated pro life advocate was not ally her tearful conversation which I'll keep private with me days before her death was not a lie the hours she spent preening in front of abortion facilities was not a lie her life with Christ was not a lie so she is saying those things and so as a preacher who knew her very well and said that he prayed with her multiple times and that she was legitimately pro life the framing of it seems to be she was she was paid to so that she would apply to everyone and say she was pro life that's not even what she say I mean like the the media framing of it is that way what she seems to be saying is that basically she got paid for speeches and and she got paid for it on the books are now like that's very typical of an activist right if you if your job is to be an activist you're probably going to get paid to be an activist you know she she talks about how people rode her her speeches for her and things like that well you know Minnesota brother have on Brock about a to B. yeah right speeches for other people and that's what makes like four hundred and fifty thousand dollars per speech yeah so people pay him just to talk they sure do and does that mean that he doesn't believe the things he's saying no it doesn't I I don't think so also point out that it is yeah I can understand why it was a big get at one point to get the person in roe versus Wade to come over to your side and be a pro life activist right I can understand why that would be attractive however it's always going to be an anecdotal things just because the row from roe versus Wade is pro life is no reason to become pro life like it's an interesting story yes surrounds it but like it is a moral decision you based on on something completely different and like all that person's doing it me too but that's not the way anybody makes that decision now so I think it would be they say they want to treat it as like this is a crack in the foundation of the pro life movement and therefore it's going to collapse because this name activist is is gonna she was lying the whole time and like trying to insinuate that that means other people you see saying these things are probably it's probably happened in there too I mean I can't vouch for her for it a lot of people who were around or say this is not how she felt she did have a conversion at one point and maybe you know was the I'm not a very happy person throughout life and she had a lot of terrible things happen to her if the story is true think about this she fought for she was wrote roe versus Wade she gets all that is even from a left wing perspective she's able to free this amazing rights to be able to kill your children for all women across the across the nation and then you spend thirty years trying to dissuade people from doing that and hurting that movement like your life is hell right like you basically dedicated your life to selfish personal gain to destroy important right like that is but I it's hard to describe a worse life than that so and then we're supposed to believe that this woman that you're telling us took money to lie is telling the absolute truth on her deathbed in further documentary for did they pay her they there is that question was asked of the documentary crew here they said no it impair I mean there are some expenses we just set up you know we did a license some of her photos what do you think that is like you're saying pro life movement was was paying her first speech there's a much clearer line and licensing her personal photos where there's a lot of people don't get paid for that you know it when you're doing a documentary usually head over a bunch of photos I take on the license the photos typically or something like that they're doing that because they were looking for a way to pay her and she probably was in a desperate situation with no money and may have been taking money from them to life who knows you're the one telling us he's a big liar so I don't know what the truth is with her it's completely unimportant to pro life because it's important to her life and her legacy and her soul yeah they act like she was a major influence on the pro life movement I don't even know that that's the case I don't think so I mean I I didn't even know about the fact that she had changed until like a few years ago and I don't know her name but you know I just knew row from roe versus Wade yeah I knew that storyline was was vaguely familiar with it but I mean the roe versus Wade happened because there was a pro life movement already right is about a bunch of people who didn't think abortion should be legal that's what we know what the cases where is there's two sides to that the fact that she was on the pro abortion side at one point put to the pro life side and maybe went back to the pro abortion site is completely inconsequential to the moral argument about what should be happening yeah and that is of course where the the real meat of that movement is and look how effective you know not that it didn't matter at all that you change sides I think it's great that she did if she did for real but ease we lost right I mean we've we've lost for the last forty five years in this debate now they act like there's so much did she help we are going to get anywhere we lost a lot of ground in fact we've gone the wrong way since roe V. Wade yet people don't realize I think the average person maybe in this audience does but the average person does not realize if we were to move to roe versus Wade W. Morrible pro life position that we're at right now a massive move conservative side of the argument and every activist you see on TV would be threatened Cristiano I believe F. screaming bloody murder about what the evil conservatives are doing to our country you know the the the drover says wait is written basically to say that the first trimester abortion is legal I mean it's a baby it says you know but clearly the third trimester states can say nope it says in in Grover says white it's in the ruling it also says that the second trimester is when you can put on restrictions on out and and how it's a medium with health restrictions and those sorts of things those things are all gone now yeah I mean you know some states have have restrictions you know not nearly as much in favor of any restrictions and being a Democrat in good standing what we write you can N. or birth abortion on demand at any time for any reason all the way up to birth yeah and we're in a country where the most conservative states in our union R. two the or to the left of of our C. B. to the right of but Russia of of Europe so Europe has more it is only free for his exam his X. rated up what Europe has more lives more conservative our portion laws then then we the United States does including you know places like Utah just despicable yeah I mean I saw any of this is not a is this is a situation where if that's the case but it is yeah we have a very active pro life movement here which but that's different than you know in the hope you have to go through in places like Germany like getting a doctor sign off from from to have an abortion in many countries have much more restrictive limits you know twelve weeks eight weeks fourteen weeks you know I could we go through the whole list maybe sometime this week if it's worth it but they it's it's a huge it's a dramatic difference and in a much of our country is far to the left of Europe on this particular issue it is a situation which I'm not you know it all happy about but it does is not good covered at all by the media it you know they act as if well we're just one Brett Kavanaugh away from that from everything going on away I wish that were the case I wish it was true because I what I wanted I really wish a lot of times they'll say like you know you will say this about the people on the left and so you know you you're just going after bump stocks and and other things about guns because you've been there in the end you want there to be no second amendment right and they say no all we love the second amendment you talk about underwear hunters about dads out hunting right now in Minnesota and they deny it I own a shot gun yeah until I saw a gun once in a movie here's the thing I am that way with abortion but the any little restriction that we can get in the states is it the it is my end goal to have none of it yep I want Neil abortions zero of them but why wouldn't you take the little steps along the way yeah I think I would goal it's because it's better than what we're doing now admitted killing fewer babies that's a good thing right that's a great outcome yeah more people being alive better less people being alive worse this is a difficult thing for people to grasp at times but I mean can you can you can you imagine think of just how many more voters you'd have if you're the Democrats or the Republicans think of how many you talk about war on women thinking how many more women you have we talk about racism think about anymore but people you would have you know I all I know is that you know the it was accuse the right of racism I know that if we implemented our policies there V. millions more black people alive many million then the Democrats have policies that lead to millions of.

Supreme Court Norma McCorvey
"norma mccorvey" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

10:27 min | 2 years ago

"norma mccorvey" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Have you ever been following this Norma McCorvey controversy at all she is role of roe V. Wade the record the the actual woman who wanted to have an abortion in the seventies and took it all the way to the Supreme Court one up I think I remember the story correctly not having the abortion at all but then eventually came out as an advocate of a being pro life and so it was pretty ironic in that the person who was responsible for bringing it to the Supreme Court and winning the case that legalized abortion in the United States then later on years later became a very strong pro life advocate will now there's a new documentary out on FX called A. K. A. Jane roe and they claim in this documentary that Norma McCorvey said on her death bed that she was faking it the whole time that she was actually pro abortion and that pro life advocates just paid her and told her what to say and so she just did it I I don't believe that yeah it's hard to believe it's it is hard to believe the people who were around for thirty years say that this is now believe it either now that is not true one of those is Abby Johnson yeah who's a who's a it was a Planned Parenthood worker if I understanding she they they actually talked late in life they did yeah she got a few days before her death Abby says her many years as a dedicated pro life advocate was not ally her tearful conversation which I'll keep private with me days before her death was not a lie the hours she spent preening in front of abortion facilities was not a lie her life with Christ was not a lie so she is saying those things and so as a preacher who knew her very well and said that he prayed with her multiple times and that she was legitimately pro life the framing of it seems to be she was she was paid to so that she would apply to everyone and say she was pro life that's not even what she say I mean like that the media framing of it is that way what she seems to be saying is that basically she got to get paid for speeches and and she got paid for it on the books are now like that's very typical of an activist right if you if your job is to be an activist you're probably going to get paid to be an activist you know she she talks about how people rode her her speeches for her and things like that well you know Minnesota brother happened Brock Obama to BPL right speeches for other people and that's what makes like four hundred and fifty thousand dollars per speech yeah so people pay him just to talk they sure do and does that mean that he doesn't believe the things he's saying no it doesn't I I don't think so also point out that it is read it I can understand why it was a big get at one point to get the person in roe versus Wade to come over to your side and be a pro life activist right I can understand why that would be attractive however it's always going to be an anecdotal things just because the row from roe versus Wade is pro life is no reason to become pro life like it's an interesting story yes surrounds it but like it is a moral decision you based on on something completely different and like all that person's doing it me too but that's not the way anybody makes that decision now so I think it would be they say they want to treat it as like this is a crack in the foundation of the pro life movement and therefore it's going to collapse because this name activist is is gonna she was lying the whole time and like trying to insinuate that that means other people you see saying these things are probably it's probably happened in there too I mean I can't vouch for her for it a lot of people who were around or say this is not how she felt she did have a conversion at one point and maybe you know was the I'm not a very happy person throughout life and she had a lot of terrible things happen to her if the story is true think about this she fought for she was wrote roe versus Wade she gets all it's it's even from a left wing perspective she's able to free this amazing right to to be able to kill your children for all women across the across the nation and then you spend thirty years trying to dissuade people from doing that and hurting that movement like your life is hell right like you basically dedicated your life to selfish personal gain to destroy important right like that is but I it's hard to describe a worse life them back so and then we're supposed to believe that this woman that you're telling us took money to lie is telling the absolute truth on her death bed in further documentary for did they pay her they there is that question was asked of the documentary crew here they said no it impair there were some expenses we just set up you know we didn't license some of her photos what do you think that it like you're saying pro life movement was was paying her first speech there's a much clearer line and licensing her personal photos wait there's a lot of people don't get paid for that you know it when you're doing a documentary usually head over a bunch of photos they taken the don't license the photos typically or something like that they're doing that because they were looking for a way to pay her and she probably was in a desperate situation with no money and may have been taking money from them to life who knows you're the one telling us he's a big liar so I don't know what the truth is with her it's completely unimportant to pro life because it's important for her life and her legacy and her soul yeah they act like she was a major influence on the pro life movement I don't even know that that's the case I don't think so I mean I I didn't even know about the fact that she had changed until a few years ago few years ago and I don't know her name but you know I just knew row from roe versus Wade yeah I knew that storyline was was vaguely familiar with it but I mean the roe versus Wade happened because there was a pro life movement already right is about a bunch of people who didn't think abortion should be legal that's what we know what the cases rise there's two sides to that the fact that she was on the pro abortion side at one point put to the pro life side and maybe went back to the pro abortion site is completely inconsequential to the moral argument about what should be happening yeah and that is of course where the the real meat of that movement is and look how effective you know not that it didn't matter at all that you change sides I think it's great that she did if she did for real but easier we lost right I mean we've we've lost for the last forty five years in this debate now they act like they're so how much did she help we are going to get anywhere we lost a lot of ground in fact we've gone the wrong way since roe V. Wade yet people don't realize I think the average person maybe in this audience does but the average person does not realize if we were to move to roe versus Wade that be more appropriate life position that we're at right now a massive move conservative side of the argument and every activist you see on TV would be threatened Cristiano ugly enough screaming bloody murder about what the evil conservatives are doing to our country you know the the the drover says wait is written basically to say that the first trimester abortion is legal I mean it's a big it says you know but clearly the third trimester states can say nope it says in in Grover says white it's in the ruling it also says that the second trimester is when you can put on restrictions on that and how it's a medium with health restrictions and those sorts of things those things are all gone now yeah I mean you know some states have have restrictions you know not nearly as much in favor of any restrictions and being a Democrat in good standing what we write each minute or birth abortion on demand at any time for any reason all the way up to birth yeah and we're in a country where the most conservative states in our union R. two the or to the left of of our C. B. to the right of of Russia of of Europe so Europe has more it is only free for his exam his X. rated up right Europe has more lives more conservative our portion laws than than we do knighted states does including you know places like Utah just despicable yeah I mean I saw any of this is not a is this is a situation where if that's the case but it is yeah we have a very active pro life movement here which but that's different than you know in the hope you have to go through in places like Germany like getting a doctor sign off from from to have an abortion in many countries have much more restrictive limits you know twelve weeks eight weeks fourteen weeks you know I could we go through the whole list maybe sometime this week if it's worth it but the it's it's a huge it's a dramatic difference and in a much of our country is far to the left of Europe on this particular issue it is a situation which I'm not you know it all happy about but it is not good covered at all by the media it you know they act as if well we're just one Brett Kavanaugh away from that from everything going on away I wish that were the case I wish it was true because I what I want to happen I really wish a lot of times they'll say like you know you will say this about the people on the left will say you know you you're just going after bump stocks and and other things about guns because you've been there in the end you want there to be no second amendment right and they say no all we love the second amendment you talk about hunter or hunters about dads out hunting right now in Minnesota and they deny it I own a shot gun yeah I'll try I saw a gun once in a movie here's the thing I am that way with abortion but the any little restriction that we can get in the states is it the it is my end goal to have none of it yep I want Neil abortions zero of them but why wouldn't you take the little steps along the way yeah I think I am goal it's because it's better than what we're doing now admitted killing fewer babies that's a good thing right that's a great outcome yeah more people being alive better less people being alive worse this is a difficult thing for people to grasp at times but I mean can you can can you imagine think of.

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"norma mccorvey" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"norma mccorvey" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"It is eight thirty seven twenty three minutes now before the hour of others locker next to us in our newsmaker hotline is of theirs was Dr Alveda king who is a prayer warrior for civil rights for the unborn and those with priests for life she joins us again on newsmaker hardline Dr king good morning welcome back to the show I thank you for bringing the fact that this is very exciting and interesting times yes it is is a very interesting time I did want to get you wanna get your reaction your sister in Christ Norma McCorvey Corey I'm sorry was AKG in row in fact there's a new film that's out it's called eight K. AJ and roll and she of course the role from the rover radio in this film Dr king they are suggesting to Norma McCorvey actually was paid to to renounce her abortion was paid to take a pro life position you knew her well you worked with a normal what are your thoughts on this whatever friendly enough I was listening to a voice mail that he had left for father francophone father profoundly Janet Moran a free for life they headed up and associate there running civil rights for the unborn as one of not normal terms of endearment I'm not afraid the whole thing but a whole okay a whole lot that would that would get more money simply does not pursue what he was talking about a Frank thanking him for a Bible here there it is okay Hey Kerry hall.

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New FX Documentary Explores Life Of The Woman Behind Roe v. Wade Decision

Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

New FX Documentary Explores Life Of The Woman Behind Roe v. Wade Decision

"A new fx original documentary joins the growing slate of groundbreaking documentaries from fx Aka. Jane Roe tells the Fascinating Story of the woman behind the Roe. V Wade Case told directly by Norma mccorvey this documentary dives into her life and reveals the truth behind her story. In one of America's most famous debates this is her Deathbed Confession Aka Jane Roe is now streaming on fx on Hulu.

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"norma mccorvey" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

08:01 min | 2 years ago

"norma mccorvey" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The national director of priests for life father welcome back two mornings on the mall and happy Friday to you happy Friday Marion Vince good to be with you thank you good morning you knew a woman named Norma McCorvey better known as Jane roe in roe in the roe V. Wade the landmark case about abortion FX did a documentary on her it's called A. K. A. Jane roe A. N. a few months before her death in twenty seventeen she was asked if she was being used as a cortical trophy by anti abortion groups and she made it she said something very startling saying that all I took their money they put me out in front of the camera and told me what to say and that's what I'd say you knew this woman does this sound like Norma McCorvey Teo well I knew her very very well not just professionally but personally we were like we were like so close siblings set together with my close associates Jenna Maranda we knew were for twenty two years it sounds like normal sure does because that first of all it's exactly what the the portion right people did with her and for her as she's been says she was saying for twenty two years they put her in front of cameras and microphones you know what the heck was going on they put the words in front of her they paid her it's center at Sentara normalizes straight forward person she was also very very wounded her conversion was real she rejected abortion is a matter of fact even while she was on the other side she rejected abortion be the day before the press conference where Gloria Allred of California was going to announce to the world and did announce to the world this was the Jane roe of roe V. Wade you know she said the glory of the night before Hey Lori I think abortion is wrong so normal was a you know she was a one of the things we've got to know about her with that you should never be surprised by anything that comes out of normal core res mouse but that doesn't mean her conversion wasn't real she loved us we loved her I was talking with her constantly for twenty two years she told me she was filming that documentary she told me she was getting paid for filming the documentary and yes she got frustrated with pro life people one of the reasons we helped her to know what to say which by the way when the pope gives his remarks about someone puts the words in front of him too as most bishops as well and presidents for that matter and candidates and you know speech writers are there for a reason you help the person to articulate what they what they are going to say that this mean they don't believe that that doesn't mean they don't mean it of course she meant it and we knew better than any documentarian was going to come in from Australia and put a camera in front of her face so I'm I'm really I feel during these days like any of us would feel if someone came along and said our our parents or our sibling or best friend was a fraud their whole life you know we would say to him was we was in them who do you think you are you know you don't know anything about what we what we know of her but behind the scenes as well as in front of the cameras so right now the way this is being construed father ease as a way to say that basically that she was used by the pro life movement and she didn't actually have this pro life view and instead yeah she was she was nearly paid off to represent the pro life view in public and and you what you're telling us this morning is no actually she was indeed pro life should probably for a long time and that what she's referring to is merely that she's very good at delivering the talking points that were given to her by the pro life movement well she she was it you know the people who are trying to give interpretations to this documentary will be a lot more of that in these next few days we're in with us behind the scenes when she you know was we were guiding her for for years through the healing process you don't fade the you know when the cameras are often the reporters have gone home and the crowds are dispersed and and you're on your own initiative seeking the help of a priest of a psychologist as we have on our team of going through a deep process of of healing and repentance and spiritual psychological guidance because of the wounds you incurred by being in the abortion industry you don't think that and and and she wasn't put on a show for anybody this was all behind the scenes and we saw the tears and we talked with her about the nightmares and we sat buyer in the middle of the night and we you know we helped her get health care and we helped her pay her bills you know she she didn't benefit monetarily from the pro level we were constantly helpers helping her to avoid destitution and if you had a whole bunch of money that you could use on herself would have been able to get away with it because we can't we knew every inch of what she was doing we were there by her side so you know folks are going to have to be I would ask people to be very very respectful as they see this documentary it's respectful in the sense of of those of us that that were were very close to her my name's why appreciate being on this morning the folks really ought to turn to those of us is all circle of people who really knew the inside story of Norma and you know before jumping to conclusions or before using the documentary for some you know ideological or political purposes IT consultants and talk with us and listen and and trust that that you know this was this was that the real mora she was conflicted she was up and down all the time she contradicted herself at various times but you know what we always knew where she landed and we always knew what her core convictions where that's because we were for twenty two years it seems to me as you talk as you talk about her that she was a very troubled person who did not have an easy life it also sounds as if maybe she was very easily led and I'm not saying she was easily led to become pro life but I'm just saying in in in her views that she was going to go where where the wind blew her if it was to her advantage you know yes and no you know she was a person who reached out for help and she needed a lot of help and we and we provided a lot of that help but you also had a very fierce independence streak if the person helping her I started to try to control her or if she perceived that she pushed back then she pushed back hard everyone of us who helped her in the pro life movement we can all relate times when when she looked at us as that is the enemy you know why not because we were the enemy but because you know she she she if she started to feel like mom I don't have enough independence here she she let people know that everybody in this happened both which was on the other side and when she was with us were you ever concerned father I by the way I just wanna be really clear I'm adamantly pro life side now and I love yeah I love that message but were you ever concerned that a a woman in her situation who was as kind of troubled as as you're both alluding to maybe shouldn't be a national spokesman for anything I mean that that invites a lot of scrutiny I thank you for saying that because that was one of the key ways that we have priest for lice helped enormous we told her not to go out speaking so much and we worked with the pro life groups that were inviting her because we said to her look to first and foremost I've worked with actually I work with hundreds of people who have been in the abortion industry one way or the other and I've come out okay and have converted we help them spiritually and psychologically and the first thing we say to them in the first thing we say to the pro life movement is they need healing the top priority here is to help them as persons not to put them in the spotlight or you know have that now it's very attractive to do that and normally wanted to get her story out she wanted that desperately yeah we have to navigate the balance between Hey let's help you get your story out but you know you you you you you got it attend to your own good health first and that and that and we we we we kept her off the road.

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"norma mccorvey" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

06:56 min | 2 years ago

"norma mccorvey" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"S. Supreme Court decision that led to the decriminalizing shin off abortion in nineteen seventy three the plaintiff in the case Norma McCorvey also known as Jane roe shocked the country almost twenty years later when she declared she was actually against abortion in a new documentary to be shown on U. S. at television today she revealed just before she died in twenty seventeen that she'd been paid hundreds of thousands of dollars to say she was anti abortion and that's it we had all been a stunt HK Jane roe was made by filmmaker Nick Sweeney and area I spoke to him about Norman the Kobe's confession Norma McCorvey was a down on her luck twenty one year old who found herself in an impossible situation she was pregnant with a child that she didn't believe that she took off her and so she ended up meeting to boys and becoming the plaintiffs in the case that legalized abortion in America after the case was decided Norman ended up being thrust into the middle of this this very divisive debate for a number of tickets okay so she didn't go ahead and have that abortion digi over normal was it but you know the reason why American women have the right to abortion she never had an abortion herself she gave the child that she was pregnant with up for adoption because as Norma said the wheels of justice turn slowly and it was a number of years before the case was decided what did she tell you about why she announced that she was anti abortion in the nineteen nineties what else Norma did you get used as a trophy her response was well it was a mutual thing I took them money they put me out front they told me what to say and that's what I'd say this is a very transactional description of of Norma's reasons but I think that there are a variety of reasons one of the other characters in the film Shalit Taft an abortion provider since it the anti abortion movement let Norma feel that she was right that she was with god and I think that all of these things can be true they're not mutually exclusive because it was a substantial amount was up almost a half a million dollars that was given to her did she say then who was behind these payments and who was that supporting anti abortion activism at the time many different groups was was what she had indicated anti abortion groups groups that that had her speak publicly against abortion so these were religious groups largely the anti abortion movement is linked to religion certainly the the particular groups that normal was involved with operation rescue are an evangelical organization she also are associated with the Catholic organization but throughout this entire period she was associating with various different pro life groups I'm wondering what made you decide that you wanted to make this film neck and and by the end of it will you truly convinced that she was a pro life activist what initially drew me to the film I'm game myself and one of the really interesting parts of Norma's life was that while she leaves an out and proud lesbians for many decades with a female partner who you love turned her she loves suddenly in nineteen ninety five she does about his sexuality she she ended our relationship with a partner and declared that she was no longer a homosexual and that is if it's part of what initially drew me to the film as a gay man myself when I started making the documentary I really didn't expect it to go in the direction that it did you know being in the room and hearing Norman say many of the things that she said I was astonished I didn't expect her to be saying those things and I didn't in any way anticipate these are the things that she would be saying but I think that the bigger point in the documentary is that the things that Norma said a corroborated by key organizes key figures in the anti abortion movement who admit to using her into paying her into coaching her and I would want an audience to pay attention to all of these different voices not just enormous in trying to decipher the meaning of her life and and what she did filmmaker Nick Sweeney there on the extraordinary confession of Norma McCorvey and he's made a film about it today A. K. A. Jane roe an extraordinary story I'll I mean you know in her deathbed confession she had told X. S. when she said I was the big fish she said I think it was a mutual thing I took their money and they put me out in front of the cameras until me what to say and that's what I'd say it was all an act I did it well too I am a good actress of course I'm not acting now fascinating music continues on the BBC world service so I've just been hearing about Australia's beaches the corporate nineteen but Dimmick has had a devastating effect on global business and the tourism industry has been particularly hard hit let's take South Africa as an example it's now into its eighth week of lockdown with passenger flights grounded and hotels and resorts closed the industry is reeling with jobs and livelihoods on the line so can the tourism sector survive the print that make money in keys it has this report this curry game lodge just an hour away from Johannesburg is a perfect getaway for tourists however at the moment it's only the animals who experiencing the scenery the clue that nineteen pandemic has grown so Africa's tourism industry to a halt I think we can only carry on full a certain time before things start falling apart to date that distance is the general manager of a scary large the situation is becoming untenable the entire industry is built on human interaction and the movement of people and without people he left empty dining halls on occupied seats in lodges with no visitors in the beginning the first couple weeks we said okay let's give it a listen this get through this but as we carry on now the downwards spiral of the damage that's going to happen in the in the tourism sector is going to escalate at a phenomenal rates putting us in in a position where a lot of people will never recover besides the skeleton staff I'm the only person at this game farm probably the first visits at over seven weeks it's actually quite a surreal experience however for the workers here and the whole so that the consumers and industry the group ID nineteen pandemic.

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The woman behind 'Roe vs. Wade' didn't change her mind on abortion. She was paid.

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

The woman behind 'Roe vs. Wade' didn't change her mind on abortion. She was paid.

"Norma McCorvey the woman known as Jane roe in the landmark nineteen seventy three Supreme Court roe V. Wade ruling legalizing abortion said she was lying when she switched to support the anti abortion movement saying she had been paid to do so in a new documentary made before her death in two thousand seventeen a due to be broadcast on Friday McCorvey makes what she calls a deathbed confession she said she took money was told what to

Jane Roe Supreme Court Roe V. Wade
"norma mccorvey" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

09:13 min | 2 years ago

"norma mccorvey" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"On CNN for this special documentary that's coming out about the one behind roe V. Wade her name is Norma McCorvey and I remember back ten fifteen years ago maybe longer if you know sometime in the in the last couple of decades that you she was revealed to the world as the person who what you know who rise Jane roe behind roe V. Wade who wanted to get an abortion back in this in seventy three seventy two and up before the court and the decision is seventy three and that she had come out and said publicly that she was really sad that she had an abortion and she wish she never had or been a words to that effect that was my recollection and it was an accurate recollection but what is surprising apparently the the documentaries not out yet but it they're releasing copies to the press to watch and there's a review of a over at rawstory dot com that this says basically she said this on camera before she died in two thousand seven R. twenty seventeen excuse me that should be just pardon me that this is my death bed confession she said that she was a big fish a trophy that the religious right eight she said I think it was a mutual thing I took their money and they took me out in front of the cameras and told me what to say and that's what I'd say I'm a good actress she added course I'm not acting now I she adds this is remarkable the film is out on may twenty second which is you know what three days now she says she said quote I wonder how many abortions Donald Trump is responsible for I'm sure he's lost count but if the if you can count that high and then she goes on to say if young one was to have an abortion fine that's no skin off my **** you know that's why they call it choices your choice so we're discovering now that the religious right and the political conservatives who exploit you know abortion as a political issue actually paying her to go on TV and why that's breathtaking L. pick up your phone calls your Mike in Cartersville Georgia Hey mark Mike what's on your mind they help out how are you John good but I just want a magical things about Spanish experience that I had when we when we were there my daughter lived in Spain for a while and this was back in the nineties and we want to spend some time there and I I remember distinctly but if you bring up you know we were pretty innocent about this and if you bring up the Spanish Civil War she did then it was a sure fire way to kill conversation in the room and they want a car that that famous painting commemorating a slaughter during the Spanish Civil War was that a slaughter done by the fascists the you know the phrase well it was done by it was done by the the the German Luftwaffe thank you it was a lot of there was a lot of foreign support for that the flanges or the nationalist side Franco's people the Soviets sent a little bit of help to the nationalists and there were about thirty five thousand or so foreigners who volunteered to help the nationalists including about but you were then sure the three thousand Americans I think we're involved in it close image one of our including anyway was there to cover it he was what he was driving an ambulance to wasn't during that now is your little one he was a dangerous driver in in Italy in World War I wanted to tell you yeah you're right yes the hand and he was with his with his mistress at the time and in the Spanish Civil War Marsha Gilman who is an American journalist and she was she was later to be his I think third wife but he they they all would hang out at a place called the hotel Florida in in Madrid it was a bad nationalist hang out and and and there there's a terrific book by our name Mandeville that may be available through Amazon still call hotel Florida about that experience so Mike I I'm so happy that the you know have somebody call in who knows what they're talking about regarding this because I clearly don't what are the lessons that we Americans today can learn as were right were watching the rise of a semi or pseudo fascist you know right wing movement within the United States much like water arose in Spain in the lead up to the Spanish Civil War are there any allergies other parallels are there lessons to learn or is it just a a complete case of different time different place different circumstances I think there are and I think the main thing is to not be apathetic when this is going on Britain France most of the European democracies stood back and and and and and gave no support to the Republican forces in Spain now those forces or or painted by Franco and his people as being far left communists and you know they were more like center left they were socially liberal they were they were anti clerical they were they were for basically wasn't a union movement I think part of it yes it was and that's one of the reasons that the Americans came in the form of the Abraham Lincoln brigade you know there was a lecture classes new nascent at them and they a lot of them have been union organizers and union people who had gone there to support you know the more liberalized society yeah Mr okay about eighty of those people were African American which is struck me as odd I saw some photos of of them there and you know a lot of African American but not a lot there were only eighty or so to shut up but the fact that they were there at all to support civil rights in Spain was remarkable to me and I thought it was a terrific that twisted statement by those people so maybe I'm completely misunderstanding this Mike I thought that the Americans who went to Spain fought and so assisted the the side of the fascists the all really so if they want against Franco's PS it was it was people who had been yeah I would been disenchanted by the depression who had seen the ashes on the rise in Europe and who were there to support labor and tend to support the people Hemingway was very early supporter the report the name of that of that author who yeah the the hotel for a book Amanda I believe Vale V. A. I. L. L. S. C. H. got a subtitle and I don't remember it's like it's like crews will help lighten something like that I don't remember yeah but its track it down it's it's a blessing but it's good reading okay came in about nineteen skews me twenty fourteen and it may I think it may be available through Amazon yeah the second out but it was like I got a moment thank you so much yeah I'm not real I was I just I was a little concerned that you are getting the American participation in that backwards and it is working this was thank you so much for very little part of of an email complete great thank you Mike I I very much appreciate that I hate it when I get things wrong and I'm I'm sure people listening do too and that's why I want to correct it as quickly as possible thank you Mike I yeah ten in Los Angeles HM what's up we should give you anyway thank you recording the call got a blast from the past you probably remember this well evil is live spelled backwards yeah I had I just wanted to throw that in there that you know and if you're not part of the solution you must be part of the problem so you know it's like you know every time my ID zero every time I eat some junk food that I know is not good for me or or you know smoke a joint where I know I could be to taking inedible or something hi I'm part of the problem ready I'm part of the certainly the less you know the I'm I'm the British conservative back in the late seventeen hundreds said you know the only thing necessary for evil to prevail.

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"norma mccorvey" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"norma mccorvey" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Out. Larry's father staff sergeant Randolph elder says hard work wins, you get out of life what you put into it. And now, here's Larry elder, Larry, I don't understand that. You're driving me crazy. If this is well known about Blackman's decision. Why isn't it being addressed earned right back to the supreme court if people misinterpreting his judgment if people are misinterpreting, what he said? How come there isn't a thousands of conservative lawyers descending on the supreme court with a meek of free. To get the to get the judgment clarified, it, wouldn't it would've saved us forty or forty five years of controversy, if it's in the hands of Dr. Why are we laying down for this? Jesus. I Larry, the and I wanted to let you know that portion the Rover laid Norma McCorvey he actually didn't even have an abortion, Dave baby up for soft turn. And he was really regrettable about having her name associated with the road leeway. And. Most of her life. Speaking out against it and she died at nine like over a year ago. Thank you, Larry, and a great show, just let everything and triple eight, nine seven one eight triple eight, nine seven one seven two four three Larry elder. Relieffactor dot com studio. The show is now available by the way, on live video streaming on townhall TV.

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"norma mccorvey" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

17:43 min | 3 years ago

"norma mccorvey" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Well, it's you love these children's. Yes. Every baby that comes here comes at the chess. Adult. Yes. So if you are supporting abortion, you can kill that many children could you be sympathetic or empathetic for chill your pointed more than we'll take and they're this abortion is the sacred cow of the Democratic Party. And one of the first things they did within hours of taking over the house was to revive abort pro abortion laws to help kill more babies. They gone died over to babies who were used as pawns by the parents. And yet, they they they are uncompromisingly supportive of the killing the murder and death. Thousands of so-called Christians out there that you are making this murder possible. You have blood on your hands. Preacher told people to vote democrat. What Melissa said, I think it would be a nice thing to do with abortion. Yes as murder. Yes. Monica Morgan whoever's after the boys, let's put out some certificates even saying Fisher. Yes, it's the death certificate that should be added everyone, that's q. Tell me how does it the Democratic Party separate this from this issue? How do they? Francis. Democrats us Bill to end shut down to try to restore Planned Parenthood funding cut by funding. Cuts by Trump that one of the first things they wanted to do look like they would have more important things to do in their first hours in controlling the house of representatives, then killing babies what what kind of mentality? What kinda hard is this? That's the reason why brotherly said daily. The enemy of my enemy is my friend. That's the reason why they can get along. So well muzzle because they have the same mindset if you're not on this sad, they could care less. I think somebody Pelosi if somebody says something about she can cut your head off. You won't even know you bleed it can people. Yeah. All this violence is aren't there turning over cars? Now signed. Yes. Yes. You know, people need to get the message, then they're coming for you to tell you what this is war. Hey, you know, what in looking at, you know, moving on with the, but the month of January is the month that we most certainly speaks to a row versus Wade coming to an end that whole that law was was arrested upon a LA the lady that they used as an excuse to kill over sixty million babies in America over the last forty some odd years was the end result of two women who lie the supreme court based on alive bought into effect. A ruling that has caused the death of over sixteen million human beings in America. This is not what a civilized people. Do. This is not what a decent people do. And then rejoice and celebrate in that when in fact, you sucking the brains out of a little human being on their body away. Like trash when you are dissecting and killing people like this. It is despicable. So those of you outdated, call yourself Christians, and you believe in the Lord, you got the Holy Spirit. And yet you support this. Shame on you. God have mercy on your deck or I'm turning to. I've found it the principal decisions on Roe versus way, repealed, all state laws prohibiting abortion, and we know that and then the companion DOE versus Bolton extended the the right to abortion. Do you know that you can murder a baby at the instance of birth nine months coming out of the womb? If you run across the street, the abortionists can kill that baby. And it'll be legal. And it'll be celebrated by liberals and progressives. But Norma McCorvey Norma McCorvey was one of the two women who originally were used as the individuals to bring about this horrible horrible stain on the fabric of America. And she claims she was raped and had all this sympathy. But the bottom line is MS McCorvey for the last decade or more of her life went around preaching. She lied nothing of the sort happened. And then Sandra kaneohe C. An oh, you know, she was the other one that opened the total floodgates all on a lie. This is horrible. This is horrible. So so with that in my we're gonna move on down the road. We're getting ready to go to the phones again. But remember another little historical piece in eighteen fifty four at Jackson. Michigan a group of men met to form a new political party and one of the primary things. That they agreed on was their opposition to slavery and input tequila Kansas Nebraska act of eighteen fifties four, so while the Democratic Party was feverishly fighting to preserve slavery. The Republicans were meeting in Jackson Michigan to destroy the Mattie called up there and help milk and myself out. How is it that especially black voters turned so on their liberators and embraced this slave promoters? So fanatically it's about the seven wonders of the world is gonna be the aids. Founding brotherly, you know, here the party that fought to free, and you just hate down on bogus charges on bogus. They've injected with Stockholm syndrome. Yes, sir. Jackie. You know milk. The twenty th I mean, the sixty we didn't come a long way. Remember one a lady wouldn't use profanity? I know a lady wouldn't use. It was demeaning to be elating and use new vanity. So I guess that's all changed. Oh, yeah. And here's an amusing one, you know, Pocahontas, right? Elizabeth? She was soon. Thank you. Bottle. Yeah. That would be a lady lady. Yes. Yeah. Yet, still one other judge Cavanaugh will have their condemn so ladies, I can also remember this Bill will ladies had their skirts below they need. Thank you. And they did. Cross you have to look up. So you didn't look in dark. But this is what the Democrats have done coming along way. Baby. I thought back in the sixties we're tired of being sex. I'm six here. Now. Now your Cup. Good. Here's a memorial. Civil rights. King and a whole bunch of other mega Everson homeless people died, so the black woman's can have dignity. Now, they are endorsed by pole. Dancing in the nude is for this civil rights, civil rights civil rights. I don't think Martin had that in mind. No, hey, one eight hundred nine two three nine three eight five just one line open one eight hundred nine two three nine three. Final war. Elaine. Welcome Joschka street. Yes. Thank you so much for taking my call. Hugh. I did they everything I tried to say yesterday. Eighty eight. That she. Took care of the Koran. I rich sick. Yes. Shoot. Yes. Right there kids there. I was sick. So you. I'm a fighter. Yes. And so when I got up I. Mike how? Wonderful. I thought I called my care that was. Experience. That the same thing. Like that one gentleman. I think it was as a right to do this. I know right. Yeah. Yeah. And so I said no way. I said have you ever read the car in? That's just I guess. Part of it. Ago. Ill and limited capable day came to work with them. I started. And I wish second bias. Yes. I said, look you read it. See why about? She. Oh, we lost her. Okay. She added. Well, hey, we'll go to Victor and silver springs. Maryland, welcome to day. We'll get it back. Good morning. Good morning. I had to comment on Melissa. I was born premature nineteen forty seven zero pound and a half. And there were a lot of babies born in the forties and early fifties. Before they figured out that too much oxygen can ruin the retinas of the is. But I was riding home from work one day and bus driver was asking me how I lost my sight soy's explaining to them what happened, and I said if I had died, they would've been spontaneous abortion on the desert typic-, and some woman started screaming at me that she had a right to choose turned to her. And I said thank God. I'm not your mother. I mean, you're not my mother. Little. Suffering from sciatica this morning. So I'm probably not talking too much sense. But you gotta get you gotta use sarcastic them with some of these people. The reason why the Democrats are so for illegal aliens as they got to replace the people that they're aboard. Right. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. I said before there was caller ID. I used to call Planned Parenthood and make like I was a racist. And they I'll I'll give you a big donation. Just make sure you know, finish the line there. Yes, sir. Yes, sir. We'll make sure we'll make sure thank you very much. So I wish you guys a lot a lot. I understand. I was listening to another show during the week, Sebastian Gorka had some woman on there talking about black said blacks and Hispanics, leaving the Democratic Party in large numbers. And I'm just wondering in your audience. How many people have had it with the Democrats and really realize that they're using you making you helpless, so you so they can be around to pretend to help you learned that a long time ago. That's why I've nothing to do with the Democrats because. Why aren't you with somebody? Why aren't you being taken care of? Why aren't you on disability, blah, blah, blah? Well, my father made me work when I turned twenty one and I'm working four years of number better person because of that. Yes. You gotta move victim. Appreciate your thank you. Kills his handicap B's excuse he. Hey, hey, I'm trying to get through some of these things in the folder. And again, remember we want to hear from you. Help us get this last twenty six thousand forty four thousand dollars in the black and we get to seventy thousand we can get through this portion of the year and part of last year the winter and spring season. And if we exceeded we can think about going a little further and spreading the message of Joshua's trail, black conservative talk coming from a Judeo-Christian perspective believing that the only hope that we have is in Jesus and we a Republic. Let me read something from a great book. Pamphlets someone sent me America freedom the next two hundred years American freedom, the next two hundred years just this book is loaded with these types of pithy observations, and I quote in a similar vein. Thomas Babington MacAulay, right? Writing in Henry Rundle's Randall in eighteen fifty seven lamented I have long been convinced that institutions purely democratic must sooner or later destroy liberty or civilization or both. In Europe, where the population is dense. The effect of such institutions would be almost instantaneous either the poor would plunder the rich and civilization would perish order and prosperity. Would be saved by strong military, government and liberty would perish MacAulay looking to America declared that either some Caesar on. The Polian will seize the reins of government with a strong hand, or you'll Republic will be fearfully plundered and laid waste by barbarians in the twentieth century as the Roman empire was in the fifth with this difference that your invaders would have been engendered within your own country by your own institutions today. More and more Americans depend upon government for their means of support. This includes not only the recipients of welfare and unemployment. Showings, and social, but also those who work for state and federal government, and for those who are subsidized by the government, teachers, veterans, etc. What the point is is that government is not God democracies? Do not work, and I want you to notice 'cause I'm call it to your attention notice. How the liberals and the Democrats in particular are constantly referring to America as a democracy. It was not the intent of the founding fathers do create a democracy days. Trying to have a constitutional Republic that was predicated rested upon philosophical philosophy that was steep in the Judeo Christian faith man stray from that is to no longer be a great nation, but a nation going under. So but notice how the word democracy is being hammered out hammered out accentuated stated, which transcend fever vigor democracy. We are democracy in America. Well, Ben Franklin was say I strongly disagree with this little pamphlet. I'm Marie from on all the cases. But it's a powerful pamphlet, Bradley. That's the reason why they wanna get rid of the letter comet. Yes, they can have mob accuracy. Yes. Yes. That's another name for communism socialism, when you have anybody devote because everybody's not qualified to vote intelligence. Some people can't even hardly read a fifth grade book. Well, when they celebrate some of the things that celebrate it. Now, you got transvestite is talking to five year olds like, it's a normal. You know, when people have a mental problem, and this is this is why we ought to stay compliment to folks in this area. And when I'm saying this area who went and said is not going to be read in the library or not going to have these type of folks reading to their children, and I forget the communities right up here in this area. But thank God for some parents. And I think even the church is going to go to that library say, no, you're not gonna poison the minds of our children into except in a lifestyle that has such a physical and mental negative reaction results. Nevertheless, you know, the Thomas more Law Center is going to court to defend a forty foot cross that has been up for almost nearly a century. What does the Blandings Berg piece cross erected nearly a century ago? Why are they going to tear? This went to the court, nevertheless, the fourth circuit court of appeals ruled that the cross must be removed or destroyed as a result of a federal lawsuit bought by three atheist who occasionally drove by the cross and claim they were offended. Yeah. Well. Who are you?.

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"norma mccorvey" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

06:27 min | 3 years ago

"norma mccorvey" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Said the Democrats made a tactical mistake and a moral mistake by becoming the party of abortion. He said he never felt that. As a spiritual person, he should have embraced Roby way. But political politics forced him to. But he said he may thinks the Democratic Party made a moral and tactical mistake of being the party of abortion. And the famous row of Roe v. Wade Norma McCorvey later on regretted her position. I am became pro-life. The author of the Roe v. Wade system, Harry Blackmun the supreme court Justice. Article in the LA times of all places. That said he never intended his decision to be interpreted. So as to allow abortion on demand, which is essentially Roe v. Wade. He said that the intention of the decision was to allow doctors not women. But doctors do have the decision to perform an abortion. If the doctor felt it was necessary for the life of the mother wasn't designed to allow women to ask the doctor to perform an abortion at her pleasure. And he almost wrote a proviso like an explanation for the decision. And I've read hundreds of spring court decisions. I've never seen one company with an explanation. He had to be talked out of it. He said he didn't want people to misinterpret the decision, but they did. And here's where we are. Now, the citizens truth in drug pricing. Would like you to know about an issue that slamming the pocket books on American families, really hard. We're talking about the outrageous cost prescription drugs. Recent poll by Frank launch revealed. Eighty percent of us believe that drug prices are unfairly high eighty percent words like Greek couching kept coming up again. And again, Americans are angry American to know why the cost of top ten medications increased over one hundred percents in twenty eleven with no end in sight. Now. Of course, there's an answer. And that's the big drugmaker spend a bunch of money lobbying to protect their profits. But there's a bigger lobby in America. It's we the people who believe in free markets, and we want free market solutions to prescription drug affordability. They've got their lobbyists. We have our voices. We have our votes. His time to use free markets to end the drug makers monopoly pricing power once and for all patients ahead of prophets enough is enough. Hillary Clinton was asked in two thousand sixteen election. Is there any point during a pregnancy where you feel abortion would be wrong? And here's what she said. Again, let me put this in context because it's an important. The question right now, the supreme court is considering a decision that would shut down a lot of the options for women in Texas. And there have been other legislatures that have taken similar steps to try to restrict a woman's right to obtain an abortion anytime you want to get to the question. We're willing to hear your answer under Roe v. Wade which is rooted in the constitution women have this right to make this highly personal decision with their family in accordance with their faith with their doctor. It's not much of a right? If it is totally limited and constrained. So I think we've got to continue. It's not much variety. If it's totally limited or constrained. She still hasn't answered the question already got applause. Got it continue to stand up for a woman's right to make these decisions and to defend Planned Parenthood, which does an enormous amount. Would work. Be clear. There's no without without an okay. So now, we're defending Planned Parenthood. And now we're saying it's not much for right? It's completely restricted the question was is there any point during the pregnancy? Where abortion is Mark is murder. No I've been on record. I'm in favor of a late pregnancy regulation that would have exceptions for the life and health of the mother I object to the recent effort in congress to pass a law saying after twenty weeks, you know, no such exceptions because although these are rare Brett they sometimes arise in the most complex difficult medical situation, you'll malformities and and and and threats to the women's health. And so I think it is under Roe v. Wade it is appropriate to say in in these circumstances. So long as there's an exception for the life and health of the mother, okay? So the answer essentially the same as Bernie Sanders answer. Sam is in North Carolina. Sam you're on the Larry elder show. Thank you so much for calling. Larry, thank you for having me. I really appreciate what you're doing on the radio. I enjoy listening to you. Thank you. The reason for the call this evening is that. Occurs to me that that the liberals and Democrats you can distinguish between them anymore. They're missing the boat with this idea, the choice, the choices made when you decide to have sex without being ready to be pregnant. There's no way to guarantee. The lack of a pregnancy. If you're going to have sex, right, or at least, that's the way I was called. And so it makes sense to me that the choice is made well before the option for an abortion is every even on the table. Absolutely. Absolutely. Thank you very much for that. Greg is in Minneapolis. Greg. You're on the Larry elder show. Thank you so much for calling. Hi, larry. I'm I have an irony percent. It seems to me that the the left side of the spectrum. Here doesn't consider a fetus a person up until it mourn. But in this state in Minnesota, and I think in probably a lot of other states did if there's a pregnant woman, let's say in involved in a car crash, and she is killed and the other person is. Beamed at fault. Then there's two lives lost. And they consider that a double murderer. Yeah. That is a bit.

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"norma mccorvey" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"norma mccorvey" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"Ten bucks a month or one hundred bucks for the year. Which will also get you into leftist. Here's tumbler, and you can be in the mail bag, which is a little uncomfortable. But you can leave a question while you're there, and I will answer all the questions on it as I will answer them today. There was I just want to continue on the subject of abortion for a couple of minutes. And then get to the news of the day. There was a wonderful wonderful piece in town hall by Casey Matic. So I don't believe I've met I don't believe I've heard of him. But it's a terrific piece called the Texas woman who should be dead. And I'm going to read some of it. I've got to cut it for four space for time, but gone to town hall and find this article the Texas woman who should be dead by Casey Matic's. It starts out. There's a forty three year old woman born in Texas who should be dead right now. In fact, she should never have been born forty years ago. The supreme court decided that the Texas law the prevented Jane Roe from ending the life of unborn dot. Was unconstitutional. But by the time the supreme court issued its decision in nineteen Seventy-three three. She had already been born and adopted by a family likely, not knowing that all that ink spilled in Roe v. Wade was about her Norma McCorvey Jane Roche claimed then that her pregnancy was the result of a rape. Although for over a decade now, she has been outspokenly pro-life and publicly admitted that this and virtually every fact on which your case was built was ally. Both McCorvey and Sandra Cano. The DOE of dough v Bolton rose companion case from Georgia decided the same day are now outspoken pro-life advocates who have sworn that their cases are built on lies. But before the supreme court could decide whether mcaulifee did have a constitutional right to enter unborn daughter's life. It had to overcome a procedural obstacle that slow down the process of delay that factored into whether her daughter would ever have a family because of that delay mcaulifee had already had a child by the time. The supreme court issue. But it's decision in January nineteen Seventy-three. The child had been adopted into a Texas home perhaps somewhere in the Dallas area. Where McCorvey lived fortunately for her for that child. The wheels of Justice grind slowly today somewhere. Maybe still in Texas their lives, a forty three year old woman perhaps with a family and a career of her own with beautiful children that she loves dearly perhaps with a husband and family that can't imagine life without her. The fifty five million other babies deserved that same chance at life like McCarthy's daughter. They were all created in the image of a loving God. And would have been loved and wanted by someone and that's why we fight terrific piece by Casey Matic's. It's an amazing thing to contemplate to me that all of the facts that went into the decision Roe v. Wade were untrue. Everything about it was untrue. And that both grow Endo became pro-life advocates. That is an amazing thing to tell. But the thing that gets me about this story about the fact that rose. Daughter is still alive is that that's the that's the story that doesn't get told the story of the life. Someone would've lived if you hadn't aborted every time a usually Republican or conservative comes out to be pro-life in there in a debate..

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"norma mccorvey" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

18:08 min | 3 years ago

"norma mccorvey" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Cause of death worldwide in twenty eighteen approximately. Forty to get ready for this a worldwide injustice one year, forty two million babies, the two million babies aborted, if you know anything about the bible, if you if you he again, I encourage you to read your bible from Kodeco in proverbs. It says that sixty seven things God hates and one of those things is the shedding of his blood the silence of the church the silence of politicians the silence of in those in power speak volumes to where we have drifted to and where we have fallen as a nation. When you kill fourteen two million, people worldwide and over a million in America. Oh god. Help us Milton. Bradley. You know, it needs to be pointed out the hypocrisy of those saying these invading children come here. Two of them died in the Democrats had. How fit over? Oh, yeah. Well, it's you love these children's. Yes. Yeah. Happy baby. That comes here comes at the chess an adult. Yes. So if you are supporting abortion, you can kill that many children. How could you be sympathetic or empathetic for chill your appointed more than we'll take? And then this abortion is the sacred cow of the Democratic Party. And one of the first things they did within hours of taking over the house was to revive abort pro abortion laws to help kill more babies die over to babies who were used as pawns by the parents. And yet they are uncompromisingly supportive of the killing the murder and thousands of so-called Christians out there that you are making this murder. Possible. You have blood on your hands. Preacher told their people to vote democrat. What Melissa said, I think it would be a nice thing to do with abortion Linton. Yes. Yes. When Monica Morgan whoever's out there. The boys. Let's put awesome certificates even saying the Fisher. Yes, it's the death certificate. They should be opted, then one this q. Tell me how does the Democratic Party separate this from this issue? How do they let like for instance? Democrats us Bill to end shut down to try to restore Planned Parenthood funding cut by funding. Cuts by Trump that one of the first things they wanted to do look like they would have more important things to do in their first hours in controlling the house of representatives, then killing babies, but what kind of mentality, but kinda hard is this. That's the reason why the daily me my enemy is my friend. That's the reason why they can get along. So well, Muslim because they had the same mindset if you're not on this sad, they could care less. I think somebody Pelosi dole somebody says something about she can cut your head off, you won't even know you bleed. Chicken people. Yeah. All this violence is out there turnover cos-. Now, San yes. Yes. You know, people need to get the message, then they're coming for you to tell you what this is war. Hey, you know, what in looking at, you know, moving on with the, but the month of January is the month that we most certainly speak to a row versus Wade coming to an end that whole that law was was rested. Upon a LA the lady that they used as an excuse to kill over sixty million babies in America over the last forty some odd years was the end result of two women who live the supreme court based on a live bought into effect. A ruling that has caused the death of over sixteen million human beings in America. This is not what a civilized people. Do. This is not what a decent people do. And then rejoice and celebrate in that when in fact, you sucking the brains out of a little human being on their body away. Like trash when you are a dissecting and killing people like this is despicable. So those of you outdated, call yourselves Christians, and you believe in the Lord, you got the Holy Spirit. And yet you support this. Shame on you. God have mercy on your deck or I'm turning to. I've found it the principal decisions on Roe versus way, repealed, all state laws prohibiting abortion, and we know that and then the companion DOE versus Bolton extended the the right to abortion. Do you know that you can murder a baby at the instance of birth nine months coming out of the womb? If you run across the street, the abortionists can kill that baby. And it'll be legal. And it'll be celebrated by liberals and progressives. But Norma McCorvey Norma McCorvey was one of the two women who originally were used as the individuals to bring about this horrible horrible stain on the fabric of America. And she claims she was raped and had all this sympathy. But the bottom line is Mr. McCorvey. For the last decade or more of her life went around preaching. She lied nothing of the sort happened. And then Sandra kaneohe see all you know, she was the other one that opened the total flood floodgates all on a lot. This is horrible. This is horrible. So so with that in mind, we're gonna move on down the road. We're getting ready to go to the phones again. But remember another little historical piece in eighteen fifty four attacks in Michigan. A group of men met to form a new political party, and one of the primary things that they agreed on was there opposition to slavery, and in particular Kansas Nebraska, act of eighteen fifties four, so while the Democratic Party was feverishly fighting to preserve slavery. The Republicans were meeting in Jackson, Michigan to destroy the mighty call up there and help milk and myself how how is it that especially? Black voters turned so on their liberators and embraced this slave promoters. So fanatically it's the one about the seven wonders of the world is gonna be the eighth. Founding brotherly, you know, here the party that fought to free, and you just hate on bogus charges on bogus saving injected with Stockholm syndrome. Yes, sir. Yeah. The twenty th I mean, the the sixty we didn't come a long way. Do you? Remember one a lady wouldn't use profanity? I know a lady wouldn't use. It was demeaning to be elating and use vanity. So I guess that's all changed. And here's an amusing one Pocahontas, right? She was shown. Thank you. Bottle. Yeah. That would be a lady lady. Yes. Yet, still when other judge Cavanaugh will have them. Yes. So ladies, I can also remember this Beverley will ladies had skirts below they need. Thank you. And they did. You have to look up. So you didn't look dark. Yes. But this is what the Democrats have done coming along way. Baby. I thought back in the sixties we're tired of being sex. Yeah. Now. Now do your Cup. Peniche good. Here's one more. You know, the civil rights. King and a whole bunch of other mega Everson homeless. People would fall in die. Yes. So the black woman's have dignity. Now, they are endorsed by pole. Dancing in the nude for this civil rights, civil rights civil. I don't think Martin had that. He have that in mind. No, hey, one eight hundred nine two three nine three eight five just one line open one eight hundred nine two three nine three nine war war. Elaine. Welcome Joshua's trip. Yes. Thank you so much for taking my call. This. Hugh I same today. Everything I tried to say yesterday, I eighty eight. And. I heard that she. Tuck curve, the Koran I wish sick. Yes. Shoots. Yes. Right there kids there. I was sick. So I. I'm a fighter. Yes. And so when I got I. I called my congressman. Wonderful. What I thought. But then I called my care that was an experience. Hey. With the same thing. Like that one gentleman. I think it was as a right to do this. Yeah. And so I said no way. I said have you ever read to call? So that's just I get the call. Power two years ago. Was ill and limited capable. They came to war with them. I started. I wish I could bias. Yes. I said, look you read it. CYO, but. Oh, we lost her. Okay. She added. Well, hey, we'll go to Victor and silver springs. Maryland, welcome to. We'll get back. Good morning morning. I had to comment on Melissa. I was born premature nineteen forty seven zero pound and a half. And there were a lot of babies born in the forties and early fifties before they figured out that too much Archer. Jen can ruin the retinas of the is. But I was riding home from work one day and bus driver was asked me how I lost my sight. So as explaining to them what happened, and I said, if I had died, they would've been spontaneous abortion on the death certificate, and some woman started screaming at me that she had a right to choose and I turned to her and I said thank God. I'm not your mother. You're not my mother. I'm little. Suffering from sciatica this morning. So I'm probably not talking too much sense. But you gotta get you gotta use sarcasm with some of these people. The reason why the Democrats are so for illegal aliens as they got to replace the people that they're aboard. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Like, I said before there was caller ID I used to call Planned Parenthood and make like I was a racist. And they I'll I'll give you a big donation. Just make sure you know, finish the line there. Yes, sir. Yes, sir. We'll make sure we'll make sure thank you very much. So I wish you guys a lot of luck. I understand. I was listening to another show during the week, Sebastian Gorka had some woman on there talking about black said blacks and Hispanics, leaving the Democratic Party in large numbers. And I'm just wondering in your audience. How many people have had it with the Democrats and really realize that they're using you making you helpless, so you so they can be around to pretend to help you learned that a long time ago. That's why I have nothing to do with the Democrats because why aren't you with somebody? Why aren't you being taken care of? Why aren't you on disability, blah, blah, blah? Well, my father made me work when I turned twenty one. And I'm working for four years. I'm a better person because of that. Yes. You gotta move victim. Appreciate your. Thank you. In his handicap be his excuse. He, hey, hey, I'm trying to get through some of these things in the folder. And again, remember we want to hear from you. The help us get this last twenty six thousand with forty four thousand dollars in the black, and we get to seventy thousand we can get through this portion of the year and part of last year the winter and spring season. And if we exceeded we can think about going further and spreading the message of Joshua's trail, black conservative talk coming from Judeo-Christian perspective, believing that the only hope that we have is in Jesus, and we a Republic, let me read something from a great book pamphlet. Someone sent me America freedom the next two hundred years American freedom, the next two hundred years just this book is loaded with these types of Pissy observations, and I quote in a similar vein. Thomas Babington MacAulay writing in Henry rendell's Randall in eighteen fifty seven lamented. I have long been convinced that institutions purely democratic must sooner or later destroy liberty or civilization or both. In Europe, where the population is dense. The effect of such institutions would be almost instantaneous either the poor would plunder the rich and civilization would perish. Order and prosperity. Would be saved by strong military, government and liberty would perish MacAulay looking to America declared that either some Caesar owner Polian will seize the reins of government with a strong hand or you'll Republic will be faithfully plundered and laid waste by barbarians in the twentieth century as the Roman empire was in the fifth with this difference that your invaders would have been engendered within your own country by your own institutions today. More and more Americans depend upon government for their means of support. This includes not only the recipients of welfare and unemployment and. Sorenson social, but also those who work for state and federal government, and for those who are subsidized by the government, teachers, veterans, etc. What the point is is that government is not God democracies? Do not work, and I want you to note this because I'm gonna call it to your tension notice how the liberals and the Democrats in particular are constantly referring to America as a democracy. It was not the intent of the founding fathers, do create a democracy. Conservation were trying to have a constitutional Republic that was predicated and rested upon philosophical philosophy. That was steep in the Judeo Christian faith stray from that is to no longer be a great nation, but a nation going under. So but notice how the word democracy is being hammered out hammered out accentuated stated with strengthen ever vigor democracy. We are democracy in America. Well, Ben Franklin was say I strongly disagree with this little pamphlet. I'm Marie from on all the cases. But it's a powerful pamphlet, Bradley. That's the reason why they wanna get rid of the electoral college. Yes. They can have mob. Accuracy s. Yes. That's another name for communism socialism, when you have everybody to vote because everybody's not qualified to vote intelligently. Some people can't even hardly. Read a fifth grade book. Well, when they celebrate some of the things that celebrate it. Now, you've got transferred is talking to five year olds like, it's a normal. You know, people have a mental problem. And this is this is why we ought to stay complement to folks in this area. And what I'm saying this area who went and said is not going to be read in the library. Go not going to have these type of folks reading to their children. I forget the communities right up here in this area. But thank God for some parents. And I think even the church is going to go to that libraries. No, you're not going to poison the minds of our children into accepting.

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