Pastor Slams Abortion in Passionate Post: It’s the “Greatest Atrocity of Our Time”

National   Micaiah Bilger   Dec 17, 2018   |   6:22PM    Washington, DC

An influential California pastor slammed abortion as the “greatest atrocity of our time” on Instagram over the weekend.

Kris Vallotton, the senior pastor of Bethel Church in Redding, California, showed an image of an unborn baby to his 150,000-plus Instagram followers and accompanied it with his thoughts about abortion, Planned Parenthood and the value of every human life.

“Somebody tell me this isn’t the greatest atrocity of our times!” Vallotton wrote. “This could be stopped in one year in America if we refused to vote for any candidate who was pro abortion.”

He described Planned Parenthood, which aborts more unborn babies than any other group in America, as a deceptive proponent of this atrocity.

“Don’t forget that much of this is done under the guise of ‘family planning’ by Planned Parenthood who ‘helps women’,” Vallotton wrote. “(Never mind that half of these babies are females), and is still funded by your tax dollars and by the harvesting of organs from these non-humans. Funny how a blob of cells aren’t human but they have harvestable organs.”

Planned Parenthood performs about 320,000 abortions a year and receives about half a billion taxpayer dollars annually, despite numerous scandals involving potentially illegal sales of aborted babies’ body parts, Medicaid fraud and failures to report sexual abuse of minors. Its most recent annual report showed a record income of $1.46 billion.

Vallotton said the abortion industry’s arguments are “crap,” and “people will do anything to justify their selfish lifestyles.”

The pastor ended his passionate response with a challenge to Christians – and anyone else who is pro-life.

“100 years from now abortion will go now as one of the greatest crimes ever perpetrated against a people,” he wrote. “It will be viewed along with the slaughter of native Americans, the enslaving of the black race, and the genocide of the Jewish people.

“In those days our great, great grandchildren will ask ‘Why didn’t people do something to stop this?’ And we will answer…?” he concluded.

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Every year in America, nearly 1 million unborn babies are aborted. Since the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Roe v. Wade in 1973, about 60 million babies’ lives have been legally destroyed. Abortion truly is an atrocity because it destroys the lives of the most innocent and defenseless among us — children in the womb.

 

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Remember this “fetus” is not human, it’s not a person, and therefore it’s not protected by our constitution. It is simply a blob of cells easily removed from the mothers, opps I meant woman’s womb without any side effects. Have you ever heard such bull-crap in your life?! Talk about bad science…people will do anything to justify their selfish lifestyles. Don’t forget that much of this is done under the guise of “family planning” by Planned Parenthood who “helps women”, (Never mind that half of these babies are females), and is still funded by your tax dollars and by the harvesting of organs from these non-humans. Funny how a blob of cells aren’t human but they have harvestable organs. Somebody tell me this isn’t the greatest atrocity of our times! Ever wonder how Hitler convinced the Germans to murder 6 million Jews (many of whom were their neighbors and friends)? Yeah, now ask yourself what are you doing to stop the insanity? This could be stopped in one year in America if we refused to vote for any candidate who was pro abortion. 100 years from now abortion will go now as one of the greatest crimes ever perpetrated against a people. It will be viewed along with the slaughter of native Americans, the enslaving of the black race, and the genocide of the Jewish people. In those days our great, great grandchildren will ask “Why didn’t people do something to stop this?” And we will answer…?

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