Now, he's calling out Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf for advocating "high-tech eugenics."
Specifically, it's the killing of unborn children with Down Syndrome.
"I've long thought that Roe V. Wade was perhaps the greatest evil ever endorsed by the U.S. Supreme Court. While it is no longer surprising, it is horrific that some of our politicians continue to promote and defend the murder of innocents through the evil of abortion, and it is equally appalling that we as a society continue to stand for it," he said in a statement Wednesday.
"But less than two weeks ago, we witnessed a new moral low in our society's disregard for human life when Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf vetoed legislation that would prevent the targeted murder of unborn children with Down syndrome."...
Years ago, ... I heard a educational assessment specialist say we have found the cure for mental retardation ... abortion. Then he laughed. That was in 1984, and thatâ€™ was 10 years from Roe v Wade. So yes, children of all types are disposed of.
Is it just me, but does it seem as if people/children with Down Syndrome have disappeared in recent years? I rarely see anyone with a child with this disability. It makes me wonder if the majority have been murdered in the womb. Sadly, if this is true, it would mean professing Christian women are murdering their babies because of DS.
I believe that a 10 trillion dollar economy , ( though fake money economic numbers), is at play here. Our country takes ideas from repressive regimes (PRC), and puts our own spin. The chicoms 1 child policy ( horribly stupid) and the Riechâ€™s selective final solution is all dressed up with a Planned parenthood smile. The governor is thinking, Iâ€™m ridding the state of our own useless eaters. And still thinks the whole state is not answerable to a Holy God. Or does care.
I respectfully disagree with Dr. Dobson. The real moral low in the abortion arena came when the Governor of Virgina, himself a pediatric specialist, called for inftracide of babies after they were born alive. But he is right in that this veto is a horrendous decision.