In fact, one could make the argument quite easily that Republicans are worse than Democrats, because they have been so successful at baptizing people into their cult of personality, and getting people who think they are conservative to adopt or accept positions that would cause their grandparents to disown them.

Never forget: REPUBLICANS forced Roe v. Wade upon us, and REPUBLICANS protected it judicially in Planned Parenthood v. Casey, etc. They did this over the past 50 years while convincing your parents (and now you) that they are a “pro life” party. In doing so, they got you to accept a tsunami of evil, economic injustice, erosion of rights, and inflation of federal government power – all because your parents (and now you) believe that any compromise is tolerable, so long as we make headway against abortion.

Depending on the relative evils being evaluated, there are many scenarios in which that might be true, of course. The problem is that it’s based on a false premise. It’s based on a lie that we’re making a headway against abortion, and that the Republican party had any intention of ending abortion.

We’re not, and they don’t.

Even now, with the supposed SCOTUS opinion forthcoming, we’re not. (Click the link).

In large part, that is because well-intentioned people continue to compromise Truth and morality in general, because they feel compelled to support the “lessor evil” – the supposed “pro life” party.

The party that forced abortion upon us.

The clever observer could have spotted the grift right from the beginning. Remember when liberals began calling Republicans “anti abortion?” What was the response? They shuddered, and pushed the term “pro life.”

Why? Because it’s ambiguous. They can redefine “life” whenever they like, just like they redefined “conception” just prior to issuing the abortifacient “contraceptive” pill.

The appropriate answer was: “you’d better believe I’m anti-abortion, you baby murdering lunatics!

I have no problem whatsoever being called “anti abortion.” Nor do you … why did Republicans?

This is yet another example of why the Republican party is perhaps even more evil that the Democrats – because they hide their evil agenda from the unsuspecting sleepers.

Abortion has been the most effective manipulative tool in political history. Catholics should be especially aware of the tactic. Remember all those “bishops” in the 80s who we thought were decent, pro life men? Take a look at them now …

For an example of what I mean, here is a Republican poll that @Celticveil1 emailed to me:

What’s wrong with this picture?

Can you see the conditioning that they are conducting? The potential “compromises” that they’re testing?

Abortion is an extremely effective tool that is used to move the Overton Window on literally every other issue to the left … while the Machine blackens the soul of this nation. It is not only a political tool, of course. It’s also the primary “sacrament” of Satan’s disciples.

Case in point:

Someone added the Moloch image below her tweet, but she actually did say the quiet part out loud.

Do a few searches, and you’ll see … they’re all saying the quiet part out loud.


What’s the quiet part?

The “Judaism” that you know of today is the the cult of Moloch that God Himself condemned. Unfortunately, they also rule the world.

This is not the law of the God of Israel. This is the law of Satan’s Talmud – the same Talmud that is the foundation of Freemasonry.

For a peek behind the curtain, research “Star of Rempham” …

This is why abortion isn’t going away.

We will never prevail over this evil unless we respond to it in the manner in which Our Lord expects us to respond to child sacrifice.

He was very explicit on how He demanded that we respond to baby murderers. In fact, he threatens the same punishment against a people who refuse to carry out His justice against baby murderers.

As I’ve been warning, consent is an extremely dangerous thing. There are consent traps everywhere.

What to do? Well, I’ve said as much as I can without getting a visit from men in black. But, there’s some practical advice contained in Amos 5:13-15:

“Therefore the prudent shall keep silence at that time, for it is an evil time. [14] Seek ye good, and not evil, that you may live: and the Lord the God of hosts will be with you, as you have said. [15] Hate evil, and love good, and establish judgment in the gate: it may be the Lord the God of hosts may have mercy on the remnant of Joseph.”

To those of you who continue to compromise with evil in favor of perceived incremental political victories, while pridefully brandishing the veneer of Christianity and publicly begging for the day of Our Lord, I’ll conclude with this warning:

“Woe to them that desire the day of the Lord: to what end is it for you? [For you] the day of the Lord is darkness, and not light.”

12 thoughts on “Another Example of Why Red is just as Bad as Blue

  1. I’ve been really noticing how the evil Protestant lies I was fed my whole life about effortless salvation could lead one into complacency and consent of evil.. in fact Protestantism is a lot like voting republican.

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    1. All of my sisters are Protestant. I love them dearly, but it’s very difficult to explain anything to people whose entire religion is founded on pride and the sin of presumption. In this age, it’s *almost* a spiritual impossibility.

      Every Protestant I know who has found the fullness of Truth, or who has begun the walk down that long road, shares one common characteristic: humility.


  2. Hi Michael,

    You are correct that both parties are evil. You helped me see that.

    The Satanists no longer need Roe v. Wade because child murder will continue at the state level and the deathvaxx genocide rages on.

    Blessings, Sandra Elam

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  3. Well I was ready to take out the microphone and shout “Paging Michael” for comment on this critical issue that’s on everyone’s mind and tongue right now. Turns out I should have known I didn’t have to. Here you are in full steam .. right on the target with a 🎯 and so much for us to think about.
    God Bless you Michael.

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  4. This topic particularly haunts me because I lost a grandchild to the abortion pills. I tried to stop it. I pleaded with my son, and the girlfriend, now wife, not to do it. I offered to take the baby and raise it.

    But to no avail.

    I always wonder..did I try hard enough? Could I have been more persuasive? What else could I have done? How can you stop someone from taking the pills?

    I pray often for forgiveness.

    And yes, Republicans are particularly evil.

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    1. Dana
      I’m so sorry for your pain. You should find comfort in that you only did what your properly informed conscience told you to do. There is good, and no sin, in that.
      I think, though, that there is sound advice in the old saying “Let go and let God”.
      Sometimes (probably most times) we can only pray that God will send His light to those we love who need it, and then place all our worries about the situation in His hands. That way we know for certain we have done everything we can to help.

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