Michael Bresciani
Stop the dying but keep on killing – lib hypocrisy soaring to new heights
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By Michael Bresciani
April 3, 2020

It used to be that the most unsafe place to be in America was a mother's womb. Today, with COVID-19 rolling across the nation, anywhere in America is equally unsafe.

Are we getting a taste of our own medicine?

Now, we see the great energy and total involvement it takes to stop something we don't want.

We watch daily as the death count rises, never once considering that the count of dead babies stays at about 4000 every day, day after day and year after year.

It has been swept under the rug of our national conscience since 1973. But, for a while anyway, the chickens have come home to roost.

Some states have closed abortion clinics during the pandemic, and others are keeping the ball rolling. The ACLU has decided to sue almost all of the states that nixed the abortion clinics.

One blogger replied to the video (below) with this perfect summary.

"Planned Parenthood: More effective at killing people than Covid-19."



The routefifty.com website published an article with the following title in mid-March 2020.

"Abortion clinics across the country are continuing to offer services, which providers call essential and time sensitive"

What is "essential" about killing perfectly healthy and harmless human beings?

Time sensitive indeed, if you don't get it done now it may be too late. God forbid that you may actually have to act as a responsible person in America.

But the term "time sensitive" has a double entendre. Maybe it's "time" for some of us to die and the unborn to live.

Seem too harsh? Remedy for that – witness an actual abortion and then when you can actually sleep at night again – grow up.

Abortion has sunk like a stone in the American psyche so deeply that even provoking someone to apply a miniscule dab of conscience to the subject seems offensive.

This writer has had people question me when I declared the well-known fact that, since 1973, 60,000,000 (sixty million) unborn human beings were discarded like ordinary refuse.

Others have asked me in total unbelief just where it is that the Bible describes a nation of ancient people that actually offered their infant children to an idol in a sacrifice. (Lev 18:21) Both the idol Molech and Baal called for infant sacrifices.

Those who asked the question were offended with the idea that human wickedness (idolatry) and selfishness (abortion) could be equally compared. But ignorance and selfishness have always shared the same throne.

Even a general theologian could answer the question of whether God does intervene in the affairs of men to bring judgments, calamities, pandemics, etc. The simplest answer is all that is needed – yes!

But exactly when and how God acts in response to our deep immoralities and perversions would take a theological treatise. Let's take the most direct route with what is known as the "great law of reciprocation":

"Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap" – Galatians 6:7.

Has the coronavirus pandemic qualified under the great law of reciprocation to be labeled a return for our worst behaviors? You can answer for yourself, but for me, there is little doubt.

Michael Bresciani is the editor of American Prophet.org since 2005. The website features the articles and reports of Bresciani along with some of America's best writers and journalists. Millions have read his timely reports and articles in online journals and print publications across the nation and the globe. Visit us at, GAB, SocialCross, also on Twitter and Facebook

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