The karma of the sin of omission is on them. Cayce suggests its worse then the sin of commission.Not to be controversial or anything wink, but most Republicans have written off the hearings as a mere "witch-hunt", targeting Trump just because he's a Warlock.
And, they're celebrating the right of Evangelically-controlled States to force women into impoverishment, emotional devastation, and possible maternal death or life-threatening physical damage, by demanding that every pregnancy from its beginning, no matter how or why it occurred, results in giving birth.
Many young women were described over the weekend by doctors as weeping, upset begging, "what should I do, where should I go now?" Most of them having no insurance and most of them already have children to take care of.
I believe it was in the Mississippi or Alabama area I was watching. But there was some good people too who were helping, such as a Pastor or Reverend from a Unitarian Church in Texas of all places, who had rented a bus and arranged for women to be taken to New Mexico to a clinic. A caring soul indeed. We need more like him.
I love to remember and see the good people like him are still quite active in the world everywhere darkness is.
As multiple states are poised to ban abortion should the Supreme Court allow it, women across broad swaths of the country will face a similar dilemma.
The Rev. Daniel Kanter knew that fear would be a possibility.
He had been organizing travel programs for women seeking abortions since December, offering free transportation and medical appointments to patients with incomes under the federal poverty line through a partnership with the New Mexico Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice.
In a meeting with volunteers four days before the departure of Amber’s group, Kanter warned that the women participating in the program are often fearful when they arrive, worried about the law in Texas and worried about the program itself.
“No one owes us anything; not their story, not their thanks, not their acknowledgement and not their smile,” Kanter said, addressing the group of volunteers. “In some cases, we’re dealing with people who carry trauma and are primed not to trust us, so we need to present our most direct and gentle selves.”
He reiterated that the program is legal for now, as long as abortion remains legal in New Mexico and lawmakers in Texas don’t attempt to restrict residents’ ability to travel elsewhere for a procedure.