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The Republican National Convention (RNC) made history on Tuesday with an epic defense of human life.
Ever since prenatal murder was legalized with Roe v. Wade — and the daily slaughter of innocents commenced in America — the Devil and his progressive Left have seen to it that no clear, full-throated, unambiguous defense of the preborn be articulated to a national audience. That came to an end Tuesday night.
Much of Tuesday's convention focused on women and minorities, culminating in First Lady Melania Trump's concluding speech. It undoubtedly sought to reverse the Marxist media's caricature of Trump as a male chauvinist and white supremacist.
Nonetheless, it was America's unborn children who may have benefited the most from day two of the RNC.
A physician asked me to assist with an ultrasound-guided abortion. Nothing prepared me for what I saw on the screen — an unborn baby fighting back, desperate to move away from the suction. And I'll never forget what the doctor said next: "Beam me up, Scotty!" The last thing I saw was a spine twirling around in the mother's womb before succumbing to the force of the suction.
Johnson also unmasked her former employer, Planned Parenthood, and its so-called doctors, who she sees as paid killers working for a murder-for-profit establishment.
"I was expected to sell double the abortions performed the previous year," Johnson explained. "When I pushed back, underscoring Planned Parenthood's public-facing goal of decreasing abortions, I was reprimanded and told abortion is how we make our money."
Johnson, repentant of her former support for prenatal homicide, lamented of her experience as director of one of Planned Parenthood's so-called clinics.
"I know what abortion smells like," she said. "Did you know abortion even had a smell? I've been the perpetrator to these babies, to these women. And I now support President Trump because he has done more for the unborn than any other president during his first month in office."
Before her speech aired, Johnson predicted on Twitter that her pro-death detractors will constantly obscure the truth of her message.
"Pro-aborts are SO scared of my speech tonight that will pull back the curtain of the barbaric reality of abortion, they are scrambling to try to find anything to detract people from my message," she warned. "Well, guess what?? You can dredge up whatever old tweets you want. I'm still speaking."
Johnson was not the only speaker who mentioned the value of life and the plight of preborn Americans in our abortion age. Albuquerque police officer Ryan Holets described discovering a pregnant drug-user and asking her if she knew she was harming her unborn child.
Another was Maine lobsterman, Jason Joyce. He spoke of Trump appointing judges who "respect the Constitution and the right to life."
Two young speakers in particular — Nicholas Sandmann and Tiffany Trump — had the courage to call out the Luciferian media for its deceptive tactics in molding its narrative upholding our Culture of Death.
Sandmann, the senior at Covington Catholic High School who was excoriated by the media for standing up to a Native American bully, followed Johnson's speech. He was at the annual March for Life in Washington, D.C. at the time of the incident and was universally blasted for not cowering to a politically correct class.
His reputation is tarnished, but Sandmann is resolved to expose the unjust evils perpetrated by the mainstream media.
"The basis for my RNC speech was we need to hold this media more accountable," Sandmann told Fox & Friends on Wednesday. Sandmann knows, however, the Democrats and the media are partners in their culture-molding efforts to destroy the family and the nation.
"I would have given this same, exact speech at the DNC if the Democrat National Convention actually cared about holding the media accountable," he said. "But I haven't seen that, and they never invited me to give such a speech. So, I used the platform I had."
Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky delivered another kind of pro-life message, giving Kudos to Trump and his administration for not supporting "endless wars." On the other hand, Paul warned that former vice president Joe Biden would "continue to spill our blood and treasure" in overseas wars if elected.
Both conventions have had speakers under 48 years old, survivors of the abortion age that began in 1973. Many of their peers never got the opportunity to speak out nor even to live out their lives.