The Coronavirus is making an unprecedented impact on daily life.
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Coronavirus is highlighting how disgraceful Planned Parenthood really is. Planned Parenthood either wants you to get Coronavirus or wants you to think you have Coronavirus.
In a blatant move, outright ignoring the Centers for Disease Control and the World Health Organization, one very angry Planned Parenthood worker in Pittsburgh intentionally coughed on 40 Days for Life vigil participants.
This is disgusting in any circumstance--it is pure hate in the midst of a global pandemic. The abortion worker should be fired in my judgment.
This disgraceful assault on peaceful prayer warriors is outrageous in ordinary times. Amidst a global pandemic, it's intolerable. We'll be providing professional security to protect vigil participants in Pittsburgh from any future assaults.
I expect Planned Parenthood to tolerate such vile acts from their employees for one reason: they are directed at pro-life people during a viral outbreak.
But be sure to review our recent Coronavirus statement on staying safe at the vigil sites here: 40daysforlife.com/coronavirus-and-abortion
Planned Parenthood in Pittsburgh is angry because our amazing, tireless leader Nikki leads a great vigil and has for over a decade.
In fact, the vigil participant whom was coughed on by the Planned Parenthood employee saved a baby YESTERDAY!
Nikki has saved hundreds of lives over the years out of love and mercy, and love and mercy always overcome hate--even in the midst of a pandemic.
As the world ground to a halt, prayer warriors in Worcester noticed that Planned Parenthood is now open just three days a week.
Which three days? Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday--which have traditionally been the facility's three abortion days, according to Lee, the Worcester vigil's co-leader.
She noted that it appears "they are cutting way back due to COVID-19--but apparently trying not to curtail their abortion business."
Normally, Augusta's remote vigil site can be a source of frustration for 40 Days for Life participants.
"Our location is so remote that we rarely get to talk to non-[vigil participants]," Janet wrote.
But Augusta's longtime campaign leader added that the "wide-open space" makes it the perfect place for praying and witnessing while maintaining social distancing.
For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this age, against spiritual hosts of wickedness in the heavenly places. Therefore, take up the whole armor of God, that you may be able to withstand in the evil day and having done all, to stand.
— Ephesians 6:12-13
Dear Lord, as you lead us into the spiritual battle of abortion may we be reminded that the battle is truly Yours. Thank you for hearing our requests for direction and protection. Thank you for the victory that is ours because of Your Son Jesus, amen.