In 1776, Thomas Jefferson drafted the Declaration of Independence, which went on to be edited by a committee of the Founders and then adopted by the Second Continental Congress on 4 July 1776. This world-changing document proclaimed:
We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.
In 2023, Kamala Harris memory-holed Thomas Jefferson’s historic words regarding equality for all, brazenly editing the words which helped inspire the birth of America, deliberately omitting the implicit and explicit concept, right to life, and the reference to our Creator.
Q: Why did this descendant of Jamaican slave-owners omit the reference to our Creator and human beings’ inalienable right to life?
A: This self-described spurious “Black” Democrat — a wealthy women who has never worked in the private sector and who is married to Doug Emhoff, a white attorney who formerly represented Big Pharma Merck — was addressing her constituency, a pro-infanticide-on-demand group.
Here’s the video of Kamala Harris slicing-and-dicing the Declaration of Independence, as she celebrates the slicing-and-dicing of live babes in the womb:
Harris’ speech marked the 50th anniversary of Roe v Wade, the notoriously unconstitutional Supreme Court edict which a stricter Supreme Court finally overturned last year.
Roe v Wade caused the premature deaths of more than 60 million Americans. Per capita, the great majority of these slaughtered babies were African-American: Black babies are, according CDC statistics, chopped up and scooped out of their moms at a rate 400% that of White babies. Even some right-thinking Democrats recognize Planned Parenthood’s war on Black babies as “Black genocide.” (Remember, Margaret Sanger famously urged that Negroes — a group she called “human weeds” — be radically culled: her eugenics program was designed to that end, and is tax-supported.)
As she excoriates the State of Florida which has tried to limit the “abortion pill,” Harris’ speech is particularly wince-making in its hypocrisy: while decrying Florida’s limitations on the deadly abortion pill, Harris continues to uphold the “right” of the current administration to mandate the use of Merck’s notorious #diedsuddenly mRNA shots and to forbid the use of proven anti-covid meds such as Ivermectin. Attempting to nullify the Federal government’s unconstitutional — i.e., anti-Tenth Amendment — proscription of Ivermectin (which has saved millions of lives in India), as of March 2022, 28 States were pursuing legislation to promote Ivermectin access.
Note: Ivermectin is an antiparasitic, but it has shown, in cell cultures in laboratories, the ability to destroy 21 viruses, including SARS-CoV-2, the cause of Covid-19. Further, ivermectin has demonstrated its potential in clinical trials for the treatment of Covid-19 and in large-scale population studies for the prevention of Covid-19. Contradicting these positive results, the FDA issued a special statement warning that “you should not use ivermectin to treat or prevent Covid-19.” The FDA’s warning, which included language such as, “serious harm,” “hospitalized,” “dangerous,” “very dangerous,” “seizures,” “coma and even death,” and “highly toxic,” might suggest that the FDA was warning against pills laced with poison. In fact, the FDA had already approved the drug years ago as a safe and effective anti-parasitic. Why would it suddenly become dangerous if used to treat Covid-19? Further, the FDA claimed, with no scientific basis, that ivermectin is not an antiviral, notwithstanding its proven antiviral activity. Interestingly, at the bottom of the FDA’s strong warning against ivermectin was this statement: “Meanwhile, effective ways to limit the spread of COVID-19 continue to be to wear your mask, stay at least 6 feet from others who don’t live with you, wash hands frequently, and avoid crowds.” Was this based on the kinds of double-blind studies that the FDA requires for drug approvals? No.
Why would the present administration actively promote death across the board, even to the extent of re-writing a historical document which celebrates the inalienable right to life?
Q: Is Harris & Co pushing a de-population agenda?
A: You bet!