Roe-v-Wade opponent wants “evil” women to raise “monsters”
There are buildings for people who want to preach. Many of them. They are called places of worship where you can spit biblical nonsense to your heart’s content and reap a healthy harvest of “Amens” and “Hallelujahs”.
It is particularly worrying, therefore, that Republican Congresswoman Madison Cawthorn, above, a member of the U.S. House of Representatives from the 11th Century. a religious forced birth message – one that followed a speech in which he urged “evil women” to raise “monsters”.
The daily Kos provides lawmakers with the full transcript of the sermon of the far-right Trumpite:
Madam Speaker, imagine you have just walked out of this chamber and there is a beautiful sunset outside. They have a Polaroid camera and they take a beautiful picture and a great photo prints out the front. You hold it and shake it and wait for the picture to appear, but suddenly someone comes by and snaps your photo and tears it to shreds.
You are stunned. You cry: ‘Why did you destroy my picture?’ The person replies, “Oh, that wasn’t a picture. It wasn’t fully developed. ‘
We all in this room realize how stupid this argument is. This photo turned into a beautiful picture. This illustration by Seth Gruber is simple, but it is what our nation has done with the most precious image of all – the image of God.
Gruber, above, according to his website:
A professional public speaker focused on equipping Christians and pro-life advocates to graciously, engagingly, and convincingly represent their pro-life beliefs in the public space. While his approach doesn’t shy away from the moral issue of abortion, it does focus on giving you the tools you need to effectively and lovingly involve your co-workers, friends, and family on the topic of abortion.
Madam Speaker, a silent genocide has slipped under America’s conscience. Precious works of our Creator, formed and separated, face death before they breathe life. Eternal souls, woven in earthen vessels, sanctified by Almighty God and endowed with the miracle of life, are refused by a nation born in freedom.
God’s breath of life blows away from the breath of man. This cruel and fallen world may seem too filthy for its mere presence, but these precious temples are built in the image of God Himself. Someday, perhaps when science darkens the soul of the left, our nation will repent. But until then, the bloodbath of this unscrupulous act will stain the very fabric of our nation. I hope the Supreme Court overturn Roe vs. Wade. I hope we stop the abortion genocide in this country. With that I give back.
Second nexus reproduced a series of angry tweets that followed this completely deranged tirade.
Cawthorn, who once posed for photos at Adolf Hitler’s vacation residence, claimed that society wanted to “unmask young men” because:
You don’t want people to stand up. All of you mothers here – the ones I said are the most vicious in our movement – if you raise a young man please raise him to be a monster.
It seems that this is exactly what his parents did while they were homeschooling him. His attitude towards women can only be described as monstrous.
After these statements met widespread criticism, Cawthorn’s spokesman offered the following apologetic response, Chauncey DeVega said, writing for Salon:
In the context of his address, Congressman Cawthorn urged parents to raise their sons as strong, godly men who fight for truth and morality. Monsters and lions, not wimps and sheep.
This from Wikipedia:
In August 2020, during Cawthorn’s campaign for Congress, several women came forward accusing him of sexually aggressive behavior, sexual misconduct, and sexual assault. Katrina Krulikas described an incident when she was 17 and Cawthorn 19 where Cawthorn pressured her to sit on his lap and tried to force kiss her twice, but she resisted.
Cawthorn didn’t deny the allegations but said, “I tried to kiss her, all normal, just in a flirtatious way,” adding, “When I’ve made her feel insecure, I feel bad,” noted however the timing in question her allegation. His campaign characterized Krulikas allegations as politically motivated, which she denied,
After Krulikas made their allegations, three other women made allegations of sexual misconduct against Cawthorn, including forceful grasping and kissing. One woman said Cawthorn called her “just a little blonde, slutty American girl” when she turned down his sexual advances.
On October 17, 2020, a group of Patrick Henry College alumni published a public letter accusing Cawthorn of “sexually predatory behavior” during his undergraduate studies of just over a semester, as well as vandalism and lies. The letter originally had 10 signatories, but the number rose to over 150 alumni.
A February 2021 BuzzFeed news Investigation found 20 people who said Cawthorn molested his classmates while at college; The reporters spoke to four women who said Cawthorn molested them.
It was alleged that Cawthorn often recklessly drove women to remote areas off campus in his car while asking them sexual questions he called “fun drives.” Two assistants said they warned women to avoid Cawthorn and not drive in his car. A male acquaintance said Cawthorn bragged about pulling a woman onto his lap and placing a finger between her legs.
DeVega wrote of Cawthorn’s alleged sexual misconduct and recent outbreak:
What could Jesus say about these allegations, Madison? I suspect he would be less impressed with your performative grumbling. Then again, the Jesus you believe in is still alive so you can just ask him the next time you’re in Mar-a-Lago.
As a result of a car accident in 2014, Cawthorn was partially paralyzed and now uses a wheelchair. He said he amassed $ 3 million in medical debt during his recovery. He received that amount as a settlement from an insurance company, as well as other payments, but requested an additional $ 30 million as of February 2021.
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