Between bashing President Donald Trump and pro-life legislators, abortionist Willie Parker managed to compare himself to the Good Samaritan at a fundraising banquet Sunday in California.
The brash southern abortionist has a reputation for bragging about himself and his work killing unborn babies. He calls his abortion business a “ministry” and claims he is a Christian.
In the past, Parker said civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. inspired him to begin his abortion business, and he once likened another abortionist to Jesus Christ. After the November election, Parker also compared himself to the biblical character Job, a faithful servant of God who suffered intense pain and loss inflicted by Satan.
On Sunday, Parker spoke at a fundraising banquet for the Planned Parenthood abortion business in Pasadena and San Gabriel Valley, according to Pasadena Now.
Here’s more from the report:
[Parker] pointed out the biblical Parable of “The Good Samaritan,” saying, “All the people who wouldn’t help the hurt stranger, thought, “Will it hurt me if I get involved here?,’ while the Good Samaritan thought, “Will it hurt this person I don’t help him?’”
Thus, the thrust of Dr. Parker’s presentation and of his new book, Life’s Work: A Moral Argument for Choice, was the perception of the reproductive rights issue not only on both sides of the political issue, but in the differences in perception by both men and women. Again, literally illustrating that difference, Parker described a cartoon, in which a man tells a woman, “You came from my rib!,” to which she responds. “No. I didn’t. You came out of my vagina.”
Parker also spoke to the larger issue of helping the Planned Parenthood organization over the long term, both politically and financially, even if one is not affected personally by reproductive rights issues, quoting the ancient Greek proverb, “Plant trees under which you will never sit.”
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He also bashed Trump and pro-life politicians who are working to defund the Planned Parenthood abortion chain and enact better protections for unborn babies.
“As I woke up on that dreary November morning to the news, the words of Amy Winehouse came to me as I thought, ‘What kind of —- is this?’ And then I thought, ‘Total —-,’” Parker said to gasps.
He continued, “If you find yourself more offended by the words that I used than you are by the policies that are coming out of the White House, you need to re-calibrate your priorities.”
The kinds of priorities coming out of the White House include protecting unborn babies from painful late-term abortions. The U.S. House currently is considering the Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, which would prohibit abortions after 20 weeks when strong scientific evidence indicates unborn babies can feel pain. The U.S. currently is only one of seven countries in the world that does not protect unborn babies from abortion in the last trimester.
Trump’s administration also has cut off grant funding to Planned Parenthood through several programs and reinstated the Mexico City Policy, which protects taxpayers from funding groups that promote or perform abortions in other countries.