Many Catholics might somehow wonder why so many of us pro-life Catholics are so "obsessed" with abortion.
They cannot seem to wrap their heads around why Catholics love Trump. Why we cannot move on from Abortion when things like "racism", "immigration" and so-called "climate change" are happening. We are called "Pro Birthers," with claims that we "only care for humans in the womb."
Regardless, I will try to explain why on Earth we are constantly touting the "Abortion" alarm when other issues that everyone else may say are just as important, if not more important.
The answer is simple: if we as a nation, as human beings, cannot protect, cherish and care for the most innocent and the helpless of human beings, we cannot expect to be able to cherish and care for other facets of life. We cannot have a moral society.
Abortion is THE issue. Period. Not racism. Not immigration. Not the environment.
How can we as a nation expect to continue pretending our nation is so great when it is being drowned in the blood of the most innocent? Even if you hate Trump, even if Biden might say things you like or agree with, we cannot expect anything to change for the better until we truly love, cherish, and protect the most innocent, the most viable, the most vulnerable of humans.
Vegans? You care that animals are treated cruelly in the food industry. But how can we expect to treat helpless animals humanely when we are fine with murdering the unborn?
Environmentalists? How can we expect to care about picking up trash and so on if we rip the unborn apart in the womb five thousand times a day in the USA?
Any human with a heart and a conscience must see that this is the issue. Society cannot move forward until this issue is dealt with. Period.
And that, my friends is why we support Trump. Why we say abortion is worse than anything the terrorist organization "Black Lives Matter" says they stand for. Why, when election day comes around, we will continue to speak on abortion being the main component of our vote.
Because if we cannot care for the least of these, we cannot truly care for anything else that is precious, helpless, and innocent. And that is one of the biggest pillars of a healthy and moral society: how it treats the littlest and the most vulnerable in its care.
I call on all my fellow millennials and Gen Z-ers who seem to have such a heart for protesting what they believe is wrong and unjust in the country today. Look into your hearts and research this entire issue. If we unite to abolish abortion in this country, we will be able to move on towards much greater things.
There is not one fear that can squash the reality that murdering the most vulnerable human being is not okay.
Overpopulation? Aside from this being a myth, ask yourself, "would killing the least among us truly pave the way to a great, moral, and healthy society?" Sounds more like a Nazi Dystopia to me.
Climate Change? Aside from this also being over-blown, ask yourself, "would a society used to getting rid of the vulnerable and voiceless human being truly pave the way to a great, moral society?" Still sounds like a Hitler Society to me.
The life of the mother in danger? Even though this is rarely the case today, ask yourself, can we justify the killing of a brand new human life, innocent and unable to speak for themselves?
Poverty? This excuse was made widely popular by Planned Parenthood founder, Margaret Sanger. "Every child a wanted child." Ask yourself, can we justify killing a baby because of a future we THINK they might have? Instead of working for a more stable, moral, and family-focused society where every human being is treated with dignity? The millions and millions of dollars that are wasted on Abortion and the Abortion industry could have been used to create a more stable, moral, and family-focused society.
And if none of this changes your mind think of this: who else widely supports abortion? Who else spends millions, even billions on the promotion of abortion?
If we become so used to the killing of the most innocent, can we expect them to cherish all of human life as well? Or does it make more sense that they pick and choose whom they think is more fitted and deserving of life, according to their own ideas?
The Catholic Church teaches that all human life has inherent dignity. Period. No matter their age, size, color, history, no matter the situation, time, place. It also teaches against the "seamless garment theory" which is a cancer among too many of us today in the Church.
Might we start cherishing all human life from conception to natural death? Or could this prove to be too much to ask from our fellow human beings?