The American TFP Condemns the Murder of George Tiller

The American TFP Condemns the Murder of George Tiller

The American TFP Condemns the Murder of George Tiller

The American TFP rejects and condemns the May 31, 2009 assassination of Wichita, Kan. late-term abortionist George Tiller and prays that his murderer will be brought to justice.

Those few individuals who state they are against abortion and resort to crime in anarchical vigilantism believe they are heroes but in fact do nothing to advance the cause of the unborn. Rather, they do it great harm and help perpetuate abortion in our country.

Each crime these outlaws commit is a windfall for the abortionist movement. Their crimes help the promoters of abortion and their allies in liberal media to present a twisted, caricatured image of the millions upon millions of law-abiding, peaceful, yet unyielding Americans who see the killing of their innocent unborn fellow-citizens as morally wrong.

Moreover, by their vigilante crimes, these outlaws boost the simmering anarchical subculture. As such, they constitute a serious threat to established government and the rule of law. Society has the right to defend itself against them and they deserve to bear, therefore, the full force of the law.

Lastly, we decry the hypocrisy and callousness of pro-abortion America which rightly condemns the murder of George Tiller, but does not shed a single tear over the undeserved, unjust, and merciless death sentences handed down to 50 million innocent unborn Americans by the Supreme Court’s iniquitous 1973 decision in Roe v. Wade.

Legalized abortion on demand in America is a most grievous sin that cries out to Heaven for vengeance and draws down God’s punishments upon the entire nation.

June 1, 2009
The American TFP

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