An Open Letter to Wendy Davis

Dear Senator Wendy Davis,

Congrats! I know this is a bit belated, but I wanted to write a message of salutations and congratulations after that abortion rights filibuster you pulled off in the Texas senate this past week. The media tells me it was “historic” and “game changing” and “epic,” and I know it must have been because they only use those terms to describe, like, ten or twenty different events every day.

What a heroic performance it was. You were like Joan of Arc, Mother Teresa and Harriet Tubman, all rolled into one. Except they stood for courage, righteousness, truth, peace, and love, while you stood for the billion dollar abortion industry. They protected and defended life, while you protected and defended your right to destroy life. They faced grave danger, you face the adulation, admiration and campaign donations of the media, Hollywood, the president, pop culture, the abortion lobby and millions of Americans. The parallels are striking.

That’s why I’m writing to say “job well done.” In the midst of literally no adversity, you rose up and voiced an opinion that was sure to make you popular amongst the most powerful people in the country. How did you ever muster the courage? And let us not forget the content of your profoundly important message: That abortion clinics should not be regulated and the health and safety of its patients should not be ensured! Amen! Huzzah! So a few women die here and there due to extreme negligence and profit driven exploitation, big deal. We care about your reproductive rights, not your right to not be mutilated, injured, infected, or killed by quacks who flunked out of all legitimate medical fields and decided to perform abortions instead. This bill would have brought abortion enterprises up to snuff with every other facet of the medical industry, and required clinics to match the same standards that all other outpatient medical facilities are forced to adhere to — and that is just unacceptable. Certainly an orthodontist or a podiatrist must meet many health, safety and disclosure standards, that’s just logical. But an abortion clinic? Come on. Remember, Gosnell was unfairly and unjustly persecuted for killing hundreds of infants and at least two women, along with running a grotesquely unsanitary facility where patients were operated on with dirty medical tools and given lethal doses of drugs by untrained and unlicensed 15 year olds, while the body parts of dead babies piled up in the refrigerator and women sat on blood stained couches before being ushered into the bathroom to give birth into toilets, like these are “crimes” or something. This was all made possible for thirty years because of a total lack of regulatory oversight. Everyone in government was either too ideologically invested in abortion, or too afraid of the people who are, to do anything about these so called “horrific atrocities.” And that’s how it should be. Now, reports have circulated about Gosnell-ish clinics all across the country, including one right down there in Houston, and so we MUST make sure that there are NO laws or policies enforcing any standards of safety, hygiene and general human decency on abortion clinics — that is a burden they simply can’t be saddled with.

I mean, when women-haters babble on about imposing basic health and safety codes on abortion clinics, it makes me almost as mad as when they insist that the clinics should be forced to offer ultrasounds to their patients. What barbarians! Why should an abortion facility be required to provide information to women before taking their money and killing their kid? Ignorance and darkness, that’s the only proper environment in which to run a reputable abortion business. Again, literally all other medical fields are required by law to offer all available information to patients before performing surgical procedures, but abortionists must stay exempt from this otherwise reasonable policy!

Oh, but I mustn’t forget the most important message in your filibuster: Unborn children are expendable pieces of insignificant trash and we must never hinder society’s ability to exterminate as many of them as possible! Hell, they aren’t even “children,” they’re fetuses. Which means “offspring” in Latin, so it’s, like, totally a different thing. Hey, how did you explain to your own child that she was utterly worthless while she was in your womb? That must have been a really special moment when you had that talk with her. I know anytime my children point to a woman’s pregnant tummy and say “Look daddy, she has a baby,” I’ll make sure to correct them. “No, honey, she has a parasite that she can, and probably should, have extracted and thrown in the garbage.” The Texas bill would outlaw abortions after 20 weeks. At 20 weeks, the fetus has things like a brain, a nervous system, a heart, lungs, fingers, toes, the ability to hear his mother’s voice, the ability to dream, the ability to feel pain. But anyone who wants to protect these indisputably human creatures and stop them from being brutally butchered is clearly driven by a hatred for women or poor people or minorities or something! (Even though females, blacks, and the poor are exactly the demographics most often killed through abortions, but we are more focused on protecting their sex habits, not their very existence). During your filibuster you said, while arguing for the violent destruction of fully formed children, that you are speaking for those who have been “silenced.” Then, a crowd of fans erupted in uproarious applause. What a moment that was — a crowd of people stomping their feet and screaming for baby killing. How inspiring. It was like a scene from the Walking Dead, and I mean that in a good way, of course.

One more thing: You keep making the point that men have no right to have an opinion about abortion, and they certainly ought to have no say in whether their children live or die. Thanks for this. Please, keep trying to drive that wedge between men and women and men and their children. If there’s one thing our society needs to do, it’s stop men from caring about their families. There is just TOO much paternal involvement in society and it’s really becoming a problem. I mean, what good is it to simply turn women against their own children if we aren’t also turning them against their husbands, and disconnecting their husbands from their children? Let the message ring out: Men shouldn’t give a crap about kids! Hooray! Freedom!

Anyway, well Governor Perry will be reintroducing the bill you derailed. Stupid son of a gun just won’t get off his “we shouldn’t murder sentient human children” bandwagon. I hope you stand again and do whatever you can to stop him. Congratulations. If you are successful, more children will die as a direct result of your actions. You must be so proud.

Sincerely,

Matt Walsh

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458 Responses to An Open Letter to Wendy Davis

  1. Yet another pathetic zealot. You better get used to defeat, because people are starting to rise up. The days of forcing your religious beliefs on others are at an end.

    • Stephanie says:

      It is appalling that you bash people for standing up for the rights of an innocent child and you condone the mutilation of the child. You can tell how far our country has gone we we mistake morals for religion. This is not even a religious issue, it is a moral issue that has been etched in our hearts, and if we are unmoved by the murdering of innocent children, God help us! If it is all so okay, then I challenge you to go and watch the sonogram while the child is being aborted. If the president and all these advocates had to watch what that child goes through, I can guarantee you the laws would be different. That is my challenge to all abortion advocates from you, to Wendy Davis, to President Obama. Watch it – then vote. No one with a conscience could watch that and condone it.

      Another sad part of this is the damage done to these women. You cannot rip an unborn child from a mother’s womb and them not experience some type of emotional trauma or grief at some point in their life. This emotional trauma and grief cannot be suppressed for ever. Most women do not realize the lasting effects of abortion and are uninformed about them.

      In closing, abortion will probably get worse before it gets better, because we are no longer a God fearing society but a society that gratifies self. We have forgotten or we are completely unaware, or maybe we don’t care what God says in regard to this issue. No matter what we are in a very dangerous place as a nation, especially since our president supports this and even stands in front of Planned Parenthood’s national convention WHILE the Gosnell case is going on and says “God bless you”. Does he truly think that God is going to bless the of murdering of babies. Judgement will come to America, because a loving, righteous, holy, and just God cannot sit back and allow the murdering of innocent defenseless babies to continue. He must step in and intervene because these children are paying the price for our sin and wrongdoing. Is that right? If we don’t change our course of action very soon, God will change it for us.

      Please know there is no malice or evil intent for you or any other people for abortion or who have had an abortion. This comes from a heart grieved and broken for the millions of babies that never had the opportunity to make a choice, that never got to take their first breath and that never even had a proper burial. Can you try to at least see this issue from their perspective?

      Very sincerely,
      Stephanie

      • Sherry Potter says:

        Stephanie,

        What a beautifully written response. I am one of those women you speak of, searching for the courage to speak in a public forum about the pain and regret I’ve experienced following making such a “choice”. You are absolutely right, it doesn’t neccesarily happen immediately, it was years later, however the profound sadness and regret I’ve experienced have been paralyzing, and my entire family has suffered. There are many more of us out there I know, fighting to get past the shame of admitting what we’ve done. However, if I can save not just one child, but one Mother from making this life altering decision it is worth any discomfort on my part.

        God Bless

      • Kelsey says:

        Sherry, I know it’s a long time since you posted this but I just found Matt’s blog and I’ve been working my way through his posts. I want to let you know I’m praying for you and your family, and that I applaud your courage in speaking out. Have you looked into ministries like Rachel’s Vineyard? They offer healing retreats for post-abortive women. I hope you find peace and happiness. God bless.

    • Josh says:

      Somerandomidioticmoron has no argument, and he knows it. He is on the side of evil. He has thrown in his lot with demonic monsters in human form (I’m speaking metaphorically, maybe) and the only way he can justify this in his pathetic excuse for a mind is to gloat about “winning”. Ever hear of a “Pyrrhic Victory”, somerandomevilmonster? Gloat all you want now. Just remember that by the time they come for you, there will be no one left to speak for you.

  2. David Roy says:

    That seems to be the problem! Religion of any sort has been removed from society. This country was founded on religious freedom and now it is all being removed by a minority who don’t believe in anything! With nothing to hold onto, we will keep falling into an abyss from which we will never return. We all need something to hold and believe in or we will fall apart. We need an anchor and money is the anchor. Remember what happened in 1929? The same will happen again and those with no faith will perish again. Thank you Matt for sticking up for LIFE!

    • Jim says:

      The country was founded on freedom FROM religion, something the United States still hasn’t achieved.

      • savebyj says:

        Not freedom from religion; freedom from the persecution of religion. The Constitution strictly forbids the government from establishing a state religion. It also strictly prohibits the government from passing any laws that restrict the practice of religion. Religious people are allowed to congregate and to publicly preach and discuss their religion with no interference from the government. Sorry, not only is it not freedom from religion, it is the freedom for religion to prosper with legal protection from our Constitution.

      • Josh says:

        Really? You honestly believe that? I’m curious what your source is, because it’s nowhere in the Constitution, the Bill of Rights or the Declaration of Independence. Instead, there is an explicit passage in the BOR that Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion or PROHIBITING THE FREE EXERCISE THEREOF. You libtards tend to forget that last part. Freedom OF religion is not freedom FROM religion, idiot. If you’re so sure that provision in the BOR is stating that religion and the government should never mix, then I encourage you to replace the word “religion” with any of your sacred cows. “Gay marriage” or “abortion”, for example. You do that, and I’ll tell you that what the phrase really means is that there should be no rights for gay couples or women wanting an abortion. Got it?

  3. Alex says:

    I’m really glad you checked your facts! Fyi A Fetus Is Not Viable(You May Want To Look That Term Up) Before The End Of The First Trimester. Good Job! What IS It That You Do To HelpThese Women Out With Again? That’s Right…BItch With No GuidancE or Constructive Input

    • dcp says:

      Alex, perhaps you should check your facts: “In June 2009, the Journal of the American Medical Association reported a Swedish series of over 300,000 infants,” Dr. Colleen Malloy testified before Congress in 2012. “Survival to one year of life of live born infants at 20, 21, 22, 23, and 24 weeks postfertilization age was 10%, 53%, 67%, 82%, and 85%, respectively.”

  4. Matt Walsh is a closeted Homosexual .

  5. Christina says:

    AMEN!!!!

  6. LW says:

    Thank God none of these naysayers were aborted, we might have to live without their witty insights. Seriously, how can anyone find fault with this blog post?

  7. MimiT says:

    …It makes me sad I did not know of your blog when the Wendy Davis stuff was happening, and my tumblr dash was just post after post after post praising her actions as the most important thing that 2013 would see.
    Sigh.
    You, good sir, are a breath of fresh air. I thank you for that.

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  10. Craig Berlin says:

    Well, still hard to find anything fair and balanced, but not impossible:

    http://www.examiner.com/article/heroes-and-villains-where-does-wendy-really-stand

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