God Uses the Unlikely in Post-Leak, Pro-Life Protests at Supreme Court Building

Capitol Police officers stand behind a barricade during a pro-choice rally at the Supreme Court the day after learning that Court justices voted to overturn Roe v. Wade in a draft opinion for the Dobbs v. JWHO case. Police had set up the barricades to separate pro-choice and pro-life protesters; however, several thousand pro-choice and roughly 25 pro-life demonstrators were present.
Capitol Police officers stand behind a barricade during a pro-choice rally at the Supreme Court the day after learning that Court justices voted to overturn Roe v. Wade in a draft opinion for the Dobbs v. JWHO case. Police had set up the barricades to separate pro-choice and pro-life protesters; however, several thousand pro-choice and roughly 25 pro-life demonstrators were present. (Allison Bailey via Reuters Connect)
Urgent Alert From Amir George: Believers are urgently needed to come to the Supreme Court. As hard as it is to believe, there are estimated to be up to 20,000 abortionists currently rallying in front of the Supreme Court, but for some time on Wednesday, only one longtime pro-life activist, a lone elderly woman. The area in front of the Supreme Court has been divided in half, with one life for the abortionists and one side for pro-lifers. It was shameful that while a few pro-lifers came in the morning, later in the day, the pro-life side was completely empty. We request anyone who can come for even a few minutes to stand for life in this crucial hour. What is of extreme concern is that the leak of the draft opinion was orchestrated to mobilize massive crowds to intimidate the justices to change their votes. Please pass this on to as many as possible.

"Unhinged" was the best description of the abortionist allies who gathered in small, beleaguered groups on one corner of the area in front of the Supreme Court.

While there was a group of legacy pro-lifers on-site, ironically, it was a group called PAAU—the Progressive Anti-Abortion Uprising—that dominated the space with organized, strong and powerful demonstrations of support for the just-released draft that has roiled Washington.

Justice Samuel Alito wrote, "Roe was egregiously wrong from the start. Its reasoning was exceptionally weak, and the decision has had damaging consequences. And far from bringing about a national settlement of the abortion issue, Roe and Casey have enflamed debate and deepened division." This historic decision had consequences not only for life but for an entire platform ranging from homosexual rights to other lifestyle areas that took their views from Roe vs Wade in the interpretation of the relationship between personal rights and government.

"We hold that Roe and Casey must be overruled," he continued in the document labeled as the "Opinion of the Court."

"It is time to heed the Constitution and return the issue of abortion to the people's elected representatives," Alito wrote, clearly laying down the gauntlet not only for the restoration for the protection of life but for a whole host of other rights that through the flawed constitutional interpretation have been established, causing great affront to believers.

While the legacy pro-life groups over the past 50 years have become ossified and part of what many call the "Christian swamp," God in his mercy raised up Donald J. Trump to be the one to change the makeup of the court. He also chose a small group of atheists who support life to lead the charge, most recently by standing up to the city of Washington, D.C., for what they call "The Five"—five fully formed children born and then killed at an abortion clinic.

It was just over two years ago that Trump spoke at the gathering place of the "Christian swamp," the National Prayer Breakfast, which has become so compromised from its original purpose that prayer is led by a Mohammedan imam. Trump opened his speech to the group with a verse of Scripture. True to form, he mispronounced the name of the book of the Bible, and in a shocking reaction, the group laughed at the president.

President Trump essentially told the group, "I am sorry; I am not like you. I can't pronounce Scripture properly; I am on my third marriage, but I love God and believe He loves me."

He then paused to look across the group, and in essence said, "By the way, you all gave me a list of things you have been trying to get done for 50 years, and I got them done in three years, so quit complaining and get with the program."

A stunned silence fell across the group, and the apparent decision by the Supreme Court to reverse Roe v. Wade is a direct result of Trump's efforts to do the right thing.

Many see the developments as emblematic of a Fourth Great Awakening sweeping across the country, led not by the religious and the churchgoing but by the newly saved, the "deplorables" who have found faith in Christ, not having grown up in the church and for whom forgiveness, a second chance and the love of God are precious and life-changing.

It took a generally non-church attending president and atheists supporting life to move the needle. As people gathered in front of the Supreme Court, the relative absence of the legacy pro-life groups and the dominance of the atheist pro-life activists reminds us once again that the moves of God in answer to prayer happen not with the Pharisees but with those for whom forgiveness and love have deep meaning.

Amir George directs The World Helpline.

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