CA tells pro-lifers to promote death

Friday, March 3, 2017
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Steve Jordahl (OneNewsNow.com)

pregnancy ultrasoundWith the election of Donald Trump, American courts should slowly start bending right. However, liberals have a deep bench already in place, and for some cases the outcome is still in doubt.

A 2015 California law illustrates just how deep the liberal bench is -- and a look into history reveals a chilling parallel.

Perhaps more than any other mark, the yellow Star of David symbolized the horror known as the Holocaust when six million Jews were annihilated because of their faith during World War II.

Henry Greenbaum, a survivor, was forced to wear one of those stars as a child.

“We wore a yellow star on the front and the back,” Greenbaum tells OneNewsNow. “That means if you walked on the sidewalk, any time you met with a soldier, you had to take your hat off and jump off the sidewalk and let the master, so to speak, walk through.”

Seventy years later, California passed a law that reflects a similar discrimination.  The law says pro-life pregnancy centers must post the location and phone number where women can get a free abortion.

Brad Dacus of Pacific Justice Institute is fighting it in court.

“What we're really talking about here is just a sophisticated posting of yellow Stars of David,” says Dacus.

California is currently run by a supermajority of liberal lawmakers, he explains, but the pro-abortion law will most likely have to be settled at the Supreme Court—that is, if it takes the case, because the lower courts have been seeded with eight years of liberal lower court judges.

Dacus says this and so many other battles are spiritual, not political, and you can't fight a spiritual battle in court.

“We hear people screaming and yelling and sounds of hatred and silencing and intolerance," he says. "We need to holler all the louder with love, respect, and relationships to engage. That is Christianity 101.”

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