Saturday, January 20, 2018

Trump Delivers Historic Pro-Life Speech But Goofs As He Congratulates Homosexual Republicans


Trump Delivers Historic Pro-Life Speech But Goofs As He Congratulates Homosexual Republicans

By Julio Severo
U.S. President Donald Trump criticized U.S. abortion laws as among the most permissive in the world in a speech to pro-life marchers at the annual March for Life in Washington, D.C., on Friday, and pledged his administration would always defend the right to life.
Trump became the first sitting president to address the March for Life, which was holding its 45th event since the creation by the U.S. Supreme Court in 1973 of the right to abortion in its Roe v. Wade decision. Murder of babies through abortion is legally allowed in the U.S. since conception until the delivery day.
Since 1973, legal abortion has killed an estimated 60 million unborn U.S. children — a true American Holocaust.
Planned Parenthood, the leading abortion industry in the United States, receives annually 1 billion dollars from American taxpayers. But, because pro-life efforts are gaining momentum in the Trump era, congressional plans will probably eliminate roughly half a billion dollars, so that Planned Parenthood will have just half of its financial resources from American taxpayers.
Trump delivered a historic pro-life speech to a crowd at the Rose Garden at the White House. His speech was broadcast to the nearby National Mall, where an estimated 100,000 gathered to mark and mourn the advent of legalized abortion in America.
Trump said, “You come from many backgrounds, many places but you come for one beautiful cause. You come to build a society where life is loved, protected and cherished. … You are a movement born out of love.”
“We know that life is the greatest miracle of all,” the president continued. “We see it in the eyes of every new mother who cradles that newborn child in her loving arms.”
“That is why we march, that is why we pray, that is why we declare that America’s future will be filled with goodness, peace, joy, dignity and life for every child of God,” he said.
Trump lamented that the United States is one of only seven countries in the world that allows elective abortions after 20 weeks.
“As you all know, Roe vs. Wade has resulted in some of the most permissive abortion laws anywhere in the world,” Trump told the crowd.
“For example, in the United States, it’s one of only seven countries to allow elective late-term abortions, along with China, North Korea, and others,” the president said. “Right now in a number of states, the laws allow a baby to be born from his or her mother’s womb in the ninth month. It is wrong. It has to change.” (As recognized by the DailyMail, Trump “goofed as he complained about laws allowing babies to be ‘born’ in 9th month of pregnancy.”)
“Under my administration, we will always defend the very first right in the Declaration of Independence and that is the right to life,” said he.
Trump’s great pro-life speech would have been enough to galvanize conservatives who support his conservative policies. But, in this same week, he also congratulated the Log Cabin Republicans, the largest group representing LGBT “conservatives,” on their fortieth anniversary.
“I send my congratulations to the Log Cabin Republicans on the celebration of your 40th anniversary,” wrote Trump in his letter to the homosexual Republican group. “We are a Nation founded on the undeniable truth that all of us are created equal. We are equal in the eyes of our Creator. We are equal under the law. And we are all equal under our Constitution.”
Trump’s speech justifying homosexual behavior as equal is in conflict with Creator’s clear will in his Word, the Bible, but it is very similar to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech, who equally has advocated a pro-sodomy right-wing stance.
The Creator condemns 100 percent homosexuality and he does not celebrate nor congratulates homosexuals. He warns them.
Yet, Trump’s record on abortion has been much better than Netanyahu’s record. While under Trump abortion has faced resistance, under Netanyahu abortion has advanced in Israel.
Because of the pervasive corrosive influence of the Left, even right-wing movements have become ambivalent and disunited on major issues where the Left has been decisive and united. While Netanyahu’s administration has been ambivalent on abortion and sodomy, the Trump administration has been ambivalent only on sodomy.
Trump concluded his congratulation to the Log Cabin Republicans by saying, “No matter the color of our skin or our sexual orientation, we all live under the same laws, salute the same great American flag, and are made in the image of the same Almighty God. As we write the next great chapter of our Nation, we reaffirm our commitment to these fundamental truths and will work to ensure that all Americans live in a country where they feel safe and where their opportunities are limitless.”
A picture of the letter was posted to the Log Cabin Republicans’ official Twitter account on Wednesday, while Richard Grenell, Trump’s nominee for ambassador to Germany, announced on Twitter that he’s “waited a long time to have a GOP President with this kind of leadership.”
Grenell is a “gay” activist who advocates for homosexual “marriage” as a “conservative” issue. He criticizes “loud religious right activists” who oppose homosexuality and touts Trump’s uniquely pro-LGBT credentials as a Republican. He was an early Trump supporter.
Grenell, who lives in Los Angeles, reportedly has a long-term homosexual partner, Matt Lashey. Grenell is pro-life and has worked over the years to help pro-life advocates at the UN, according to one veteran pro-life advocate involved in international issues.
But when it comes to homosexuality, Grenell calls for greater “tolerance” in the Republican Party despite the party’s clear and longstanding platform language opposing “rights” and “marriage” based on aberrant sex.
In a Feb. 3, 2017, podcast with FOX News reporter Shannon Bream, he said, “I am gay, I am a Christian and I am still a man of faith.”
In the interview, Grenell demonstrates precisely the sort of pro-homosexual advocacy that inspires opposition among Christians who accept the age-old biblical proscription against homosexual behavior.
“I know I was born this way,” he emphatically told Bream.
Grenell told Bream that he grew up in a strongly Christian home and went to an Assemblies of God college. He cited his “liberating” experience attending Harvard graduate school and talking with the late homosexual pastor Peter Gomes. As the professor of Christian Morals at Harvard Divinity School, Gomes condemned alleged Christian “homophobia” and used his prestigious perch to rebut the religious case against homosexuality.
In the same vein, Grenell told Bream that biblical passages that historically have been interpreted as clearly proscribing homosexual practice actually do not mean that. The first chapter of the New Testament Book of Romans is one such passage.
“For so many Christians that I grew up with, they were focused on verses in the Bible that talked about homosexuality as a negative thing. And when you go back in and actually look at the original words for these verses, it wasn’t about being homosexual at all. It was about being deviant, or a prostitute,” he said. “And so there was no thought that you were going to be able to have a committed [homosexual] relationship.”
Robert Gagnon, a former associate professor of New Testament at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary and the world’s leading academic authority on the Bible and homosexuality from an orthodox (conservative) Christian perspective, specifically rejects Grenell’s thesis that the Bible does not condemn homosexual relationships.
Grenell said he respects Christians who disagree with him and his interpretation of Scripture.
The information on Grenell is from Peter LaBarbera, founder and president of Americans for Truth about Homosexuality.
On Trump congratulating the Log Cabin Republicans, LaBarbera remarked on Facebook that Trump congratulated “a homosexual activist group whose entire mission has been to normalize sodomy (homosexual behavior) as a ‘civil right,’ within the GOP — thus subverting the Republican Party platform. This would be like Trump congratulating the (pro-abortion) group Republicans For Choice.”
He added, “Pro-abort Republicans are free to vote GOP, and they do, but their organizations don’t get recognized and celebrated by the President. It should be the same for pro-homosexual Republicans.”
Following LaBarbera’s argument, the title of this article could also be “Trump Delivers Historic Anti-Sodomy Speech But Goofs As He Congratulates Pro-Abortion Republicans.”
LaBarbera also said, “Too bad for Trump and the RNC that God doesn’t make an exception for ‘Republican’ immorality.”
Trump can condemn abortion, but if he makes an exception for “Republican” immorality, this is not a good example of conservatism, not to mention Christianity.
He could also condemn sodomy and make an exception for Republican pro-abortion stances, and this would be equally against true conservatism and Christianity.
Obama or Hillary Clinton would have supported homosexuality and abortion, in a full leftist “victory” for the evil. Trump opted just for a partial conservative victory: he condemned abortion — which all true conservative presidents have done —, but he has spared sodomy, advancing a leftist “victory” to satisfy Republican homosexuals disguised as “conservative.”
Why does Trump want to condemn abortion without condemning sodomy? Even George Washington, the first U.S. president, condemned homosexuality. Why does not Trump want to follow his good example?
The great danger of Trump’s example is the advance of a pro-life movement that advances the homosexual agenda among conservatives.
Pro-abortion and pro-sodomy people are free to vote conservative politicians. But conservative politicians should never celebrate pro-abortion and pro-sodomy people.
Abortion and sodomy destroy a nation. If Trump condemns and fights both, he saves America. If he saves one of these perversions, America will not be spared from her fate.
If Trump intends to advance a pro-life culture, he has God’s blessings. But if he intends to advance a sodomy culture at the expense of God’s commands, he will do what Sodom was unable to do.
With information from LifeNews, Peter LaBarbera, LifeSiteNews, WorldNetDaily, Breitbart and DailyMail.
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