Abortion workers need your prayers. Their work, obviously, must be hell.
Every day they get paid to facilitate murder to fellow, albeit unborn human beings. It takes a warped mind to think such work is worthwhile, let alone honorable.
In his comprehensive book, Aborted Women: Silent No More, Dr. David Reardon details studies done, including by “pro-choice” reseachers, about the abortion industry.
Based on the interviews conducted and data collected in these studies, one can gain a better understanding of what type of person can work at a place of death. What follows is a list of four of the many lies abortion workers tell themselves on a daily basis, just to get through the work day.
Can you imagine punching in, day after day, 8 to 5 with these falsehoods floating in your mind?
1. Abortion Serves as a “Need” for Women
Providing women with the ability to have their own children dismembered inside their wombs must be a “needed” service.
This is just an assumption every abortion worker holds. After all, if this work were not needed, all their work would be in vain. They can’t fathom that thought.
2. Abortion Must Be the “Best” Solution for Every Mother with an Unplanned Pregnancy
Ever notice the disdain abortion workers hold against crisis pregnancy centers? What could be wrong with helping a pregnant mother in need with her health care needs, housing needs, or financial needs?
They do claim to be “pro-choice” after all, don’t they? What’s wrong with a mother learning all her options?
Well, to legitimize crisis pregnancy centers would mean abortion workers would have to make a painful admission. It would mean mothers with unplanned pregnancies do have options outside of getting an abortion. And that would mean abortion would not be the “best” solution for every woman.
Same goes for adoption referrals or any other assistance offered so that the baby may live. Such ideas rarely get discussed at an abortion center. For, if a woman opted for any of those, then that would mean abortion was not the “best” solution.
And that might crumble the walls of delusion propping up the abortion center. They can’t let that happen.
3. Abortions “Help” Others in Need, End of Story
Did you know post-abortion counseling is rarely offered by abortion clinics?
Plenty of reasons exist for this. One, by not becoming invested in the back stories of any patients, the abortion workers can tell themselves a lie. They can tell themselves the abortion “helped” the mothers. Keeping it vague keeps the illusion alive.
Not following up with any of them means the lie cannot be disproven.
If they followed up with any one of them, they might learn the post-abortive mother was ambivalent toward the abortion or it worsened her life. Learning that would mean providing abortions to women might not be “necessary.” Abortion workers dare not go there.
4. Besides, Abortion Is “Best” for the Unwanted Baby
You have heard the rhetoric over and over: “Every child, a wanted child.”
They have tried to convince themselves any child who was unplanned would be better off dead. They justify this stance by saying it would save the child from a miserable life.
The child’s parents might live in poverty. They might be abusive. They might be a hundred things. So, the solution every time is to kill the kid.
But, have you ever noticed the people advocating for the murder of such children loath their own lives?
Low self-esteem and depression accompany abortion workers, I daresay, one hundred percent of the time. Since they have such a cynical worldview, thinking other people would want to live in this world too becomes unbelievable.
So, instead, they convince themselves killing the babies is the humane, compassionate thing to do. If they could, the abortion workers lie to themselves, the babies would thank them.
God, have mercy.
Have you given much thought as to what it takes to work at an abortion center?
Can you think of other lies abortion workers tell themselves to get through their work day?
Please sound off below with your thoughts…