Back at the end of January, Desiree Maes showed up at the Phoenix City Council informing them that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s dream of equality was dead as she cited the numbers from the American holocaust known as abortion. At that time, she informed them that she and those like her were teaching their children to combat this scourge on our nation and after reminding them of their duty and the law on the books that criminalizes abortion, she warned she would be back. In a video dated February 22, 2019, Mrs. Maes kept her promise and blasted the council for not upholding the law.
After introducing herself and thanking them for the opportunity to be heard, she declared, "As you know, HB 2 696 was presented today and
this is the allotted citizen comment time, and as a citizen I would just like to say that I'm utterly disgusted and angry. I honestly can't even
believe that anyone would have the audacity to present a bill like this and that there would be others openly supporting it. Thank God it got killed today."
She then pointed out the obvious.
"Here's the thing," she began, "we should all be equally outraged at abortion at any stage because it's murder. Whether it's a baby at five weeks gestation, 20 weeks or 40 weeks, people don't become more or less valuable because of their age."
She went on to expound and destroy the arguments of the "pro-choice to murder your baby" advocates.
"It's just that one of the whole arguments of the pro-choice movement is that the baby in the womb is an unviable clump of cells," Maes said. "Again, an unscientific argument that's outdated by decades, but here's the hard truth that we saw in vivid color today: those who support abortion, when presented with this scenario of a baby actually surviving a botched abortion and is laying on the operating table breathing, want the abortionist to have the right to legally look that baby in the face and watch her die a slow and painful death when they have the power to help her."
"Can you think of anything more barbaric?" she asked rhetorically.
She then followed out the progress logically if you legalize murder in the womb.
"Make no mistake, this is the agenda of the pro-choice movement: abortion on demand, at any stage, no restrictions for any reason and now they're pushing for the rights to kill outside of the womb," Maes said. "What's next, two-year-olds? Eight-year-olds? Murder is murder at any age."
She's exactly right. Not one person that supports abortion can identify when life begins consistently. The only consistent claim of when life begins is at conception. Anything else is subjective and simply cannot be proven.
She then addressed the issue of more regulations in alleged "pro-life" bills, which continues to allow the murder of the unborn, or there can simply be enforcement of existing law which criminalizes those who engage in the murder of the unborn.
Citing Senate Bill 1367, which was passed to strengthens Arizona's law to ensure babies born alive after an abortion would receive life-saving care, she then went on to chide her representatives for their lack of fulfilling their duty under the law.
Maes said, "You see, we don't need more legislation to regulate abortion. We need to end it!"
This is exactly what the abolition movement is about. People are tired of Americans being murdered everyday in their cities and states and have had enough and we're coming to make sure the law gets enforced one way or another.
Maes once again cited Arizona statute 13-3603 which criminalizes abortion. That statute reads:
A person who provides, supplies or administers to a pregnant woman, or procures such woman to take any medicine, drugs or substance, or uses or employs any instrument or other means whatever, with intent thereby to procure the miscarriage of such woman, unless it is necessary to save her life, shall be punished by imprisonment in the state prison for not less than two years nor more than five years.
Then Maes tore into them for their neglect and laziness concerning justice.
"You are all neglecting to do what you've been sworn in office to do, which is uphold the law," Maes pointed out. "It is your duty to establish justice for every person regardless of their age, and I will remind you again that 60 million babies have been murdered since Roe v Wade. More will die gruesome and barbaric deaths."
"Today, in this city and in the state, how many more have to die until you'll do something?" She queried.
She then exhorted them to do what is right.
"Please, let this be the day that you get the courage to stand up for what is right," she pleaded. "If you do, we pledge to stand behind you. We don't need cowards in office, we need bold men and women who will take a stand for what is right, regardless of what our culture and society says."
She then reminded her representatives that slavery was once legal in our country too, but it took brave Americans to say, "No more."
She then invited her representatives to join her and those of like mind in the fight to not regulate abortion through more compromising "pro-life" bills, but fight to abolish it.
I hope all God-fearing women will rise up like this, along with God-fearing men to demand that representatives do what they were put in office to do instead of pandering on things they were never authorized to be dealing in.
Mrs. Maes' pastor, Jeff Durbin also addressed the council earlier this year and it was a perfect example of how Christian men should be addressing those in authority who are failing to do their duty before God. Click here to watch Pastor Durbin.Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook, Google Plus, & Twitter. You can also get Freedom Outpost delivered to your Amazon Kindle device here.