Norma Would be Turning in Her Grave

It’s a real hot topic right now, the U.S. Supreme court is looking to overturn the American landmark case of Roe v Wade, and make abortion illegal.

The first thing I’m going to say is that I couldn’t even imagine our government making it illegal for a woman to get an abortion is that’s what she decides to do. I don’t know the specifics about abortion, but as long as it’s done within the first month or two, I don’t see an issue with it. A woman should have that right because at the end of the day, it’s her body.

The second thing I’m going to say is this, and I know some of you might think one thing has nothing to do with the other but please, see the bigger picture.

The American people are being played by its government. We are being played by our government. Both sides are playing us, and both sides are working diligently to remove our rights as human brings.

“MY BODY MY CHOICE,” that’s what most people who refused the COVID vaccination were saying, but the Left was trying their hardest to force it anyway.

Now, it’s the Right’s turn. If the Right makes it illegal for women to get an abortion, “MY BODY MY CHOICE,” goes out of the window.

I’m telling you, the government wants to have the power to tell us what to do, when to do it, and how to do it. And it’s not entirely our democratically elected officials. This is not a conspiracy, our government has been hijacked by bankers, wealthy and powerful individuals, and special interest groups. Our elected officials no longer serve the people, they serve the money and the power.

Norma McCorvey

Who the heck is Norma McCorvey? She was a woman who lived in Texas, and out of her desire to protect her identity, was called Jane Roe. Is this starting to sound familiar? If I said Roe v. Wade, you’d probably say, “Hmm, that sounds familiar.” Well, Norma McCorvey was Jane Roe. In the early seventies she became pregnant and desired an abortion, but legally she couldn’t obtain one in the state of Texas.

Without a choice, she gave birth, and eventually put her child up for adoption. Then, she brought a law suit against Dallas County District Attorney, Henry Wade, and there you have it. Roe v. Wade is a landmark case, and there’s no other issue in modern America that’s as emotionally and politically charged as abortion rights. Of course, this case made it to the Supreme Court, and most Americans believed abortion was a matter of private choice-

a decision fit for a woman to make, but they received harsh push back from conservatives. The conservatives “pro-life” movement gained strength by the time the 1980’s came around. In 1998, Norma McCorvey converted to Christianity, and Henry Wade died in 2001. Many people don’t know this, but Henry Wade, the prosecutor sued in this case, prosecuted Jack Ruby, the man known for killing Lee Harvey Oswald.