Norma McCorvey of Roe v. Wade condemns Obama

 

Norma McCorvey, who was the Jane Roe of the US Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion, appears in a video released by pro-life gadfly Randall Terry, who is currently running in Florida for a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives. McCorvey renounced her support of abortion and Roe v. Wade in 1995 when she became a Christian. Since that time, McCorvey has been outspoken in her opposition to abortion and has collaborated with Terry, who founded Operation Rescue.
 
McCorvey has endorsed Terry and has called on voters to not vote for incumbent Representative Alcee Hastings (D) of Florida's 23rd Congressional District or for President Barack Obama. McCorvey says, "I'm Norma McCorvey, the former Jane Roe of the Roe v. Wade decision that brought 'legal' child killing to America. I was persuaded by feminist attorneys to lie; to say that I was raped, and needed an abortion. It was all a lie." McCorvey adds, "Please, don't follow in my mistakes. DO NOT vote for Obama. Obama murders babies." 
 
 
(Randall Terry)
 
Terry also appears in the video. Referring to McCorvey, Terry says in a press release, "By her own admission in this ad, Roe v. Wade was based upon a lie; the whole damnable decision is in fact a lie. This ad could help bring down Obama in the closing days of this campaign - please God - make it so."
 


Spero News editor Martin Barillas is a former US diplomat, who also worked as a democracy advocate and election observer in Latin America. He is also a freelance translator.

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