Satanists and Planned Parenthood have at least one thing in common: their strong support for abortion.
Both groups fight strongly to make abortion fully legal up until the moment of birth.
But both groups just got handed massive news that changed everything for them.
The state of Missouri has made great strides toward restricting abortion.
There only remains one clinic that practices abortion in the state, a Planned Parenthood located in downtown St. Louis.
But despite it being able to exist, it has heavy regulations on their operations, something that the Satanist Temple takes offense to.
A member of the Satanic Temple, going by “Mary Doe” filed a lawsuit against the state of Missouri over their informed consent law.
The law requires those attempting to procure an abortion to receive a booklet stating that life begins at conception, and that abortion “will terminate the life of a separate, unique, living human being.”
And after bringing the lawsuit through multiple state courts, it has finally been thrown out at the Missouri Supreme Court, in a blow to both the Satanist Temple and Planned Parenthood.
As reported by Life News:
“The state Supreme Court dismissed the case by “Mary Doe,” a Satanic Temple member who disagrees with the Missouri informed consent laws on abortion, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
The case has been thrown out in court multiple times, but each time, Doe appealed to a higher court. The Missouri high court’s ruling puts an end to the case.
The Satanic Temple argued that Missouri trampled on Doe’s religious rights by requiring that she undergo an ultrasound and receive a booklet with information about her unborn baby’s development, abortion risks and alternatives to abortion. The state law also requires that a woman wait 72 hours before going through with the abortion.”
It is telling that the group carrying the torch to reverse abortion laws in Missouri is the Satanist Temple.
These are people who worship Satan, and reject all forms of Christianity.
With no moral compass, it is not surprising they are strong supporters of abortion.
State’s like Missouri continue to try to completely outlaw abortion, but the infamous Roe v. Wade Supreme Court ruling makes that impossible.
President Trump’s Supreme Court nominees are expected to support overturning the ruling, making the prohibition of abortion possible.
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