Ginsburg Claims Pregnant Women Aren’t Mothers

Those in favor of killing children in the womb on demand get caught up in arguments of semantics.

In an effort to reassign when life has meaning, they have demeaned babies in the womb so much that they now have to fixate on mothers in order to keep de-sensitizing society.

Offending mothers everywhere, Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg pushes the left even farther into iniquity by trying to strip women of their God-given role.

Ginsburg is no stranger to damaging families by supporting the entry of dangerous illegal immigrants, advocating for the LGBT community, and planting herself strongly in front of pro-life efforts, as  Mommy Underground has previously reported.

Now, she has far surpassed political motivations and has gone personal with women’s most vulnerable moments.

LifeNews reports on her recent quote:

“(A) woman who exercises her constitutionally protected right to terminate a pregnancy is not a ‘mother.’ ”

It is no scientific secret that a life begins in the womb at conception. That life is the child growing within your womb.

This is not something that we can twist into something else to fit the liberal agenda. A woman bearing children is a mother and the life growing within her is her child.

So, how did Ginsburg come to this public declaration?

In a recent ruling on Indiana abortion law, conservative Justice Clarence Thomas spoke up on the baby’s behalf, and said how the court had “a duty to consider whether to allow abortions for eugenic purposes, such as a disability or the baby’s gender,” according to LifeNews.

During this time, Thomas referred to women who have abortions as “mothers”, the Washington Times reports.

For this scientific fact, Ginsburg felt the need to speak out for all the members of her cult following, who rely on her to uphold liberal immorality to the fullest extent.

In addition to claiming women who have abortions are somehow not mothers, she also personally attacked Thomas’ well thought out opinion by saying it had “more heat than light,” according to LifeNews.

Thankfully, Thomas saw the vendetta behind Ginsburg’s rebuttal, and only responded that she “makes little sense.”

Women who make the painful choice to murder their young would surely not like to think of themselves as mothers, because it would make the horrendous act they are participating in all more real.

This desire to absolve themselves of all motherly duties of caring and protecting their baby, does not negate the reality of the situation.

Ginsburg’s proclamation is not said in a liberal vacuum, and is extremely insensitive to the women who want nothing more than to be mothers, but they tragically lose their child to a miscarriage.

Attempting to take away their valued title of mother just because they were unable to carry the baby to term is repugnant to grieving mothers everywhere.

Bryan Kemper, writing for LifeNews, knew the pain of this all too well when his wife lost a child to miscarriage.

He recounted the morning he felt the grief of his child’s death:

On the morning of February 23, 2011 I awoke to the scream of my wife coming from the bathroom down the hall. I jumped out of bed and ran to her, finding her standing next to the toilet bleeding. In tears she pointed to the toilet where the body of my son (approximately 12 weeks into his development) was floating.”

As if this deeply saddening news was not enough to floor an individual, his wife was still bleeding badly.

Without time to process the loss, he grabbed his 12 week old son, and wrapped his wife in a blanket to take her to the emergency room.

Blood was on the floor and walls as a specialist came in to assess the situation, which he concluded was dire.

“I have to say that was the scariest moment of my entire life as I thought for a moment I might lose my wife,” Kemper recalled.

After his wife was stabilized, the doctor pointed to the lifeless body of Kemper’s son and said that he would “take care of that.”

Kemper responded to this disrespectful comment towards the dead, “No, we are going to have a funeral.”

The moment Kemper’s wife conceived she became a mother, and she named her son Benjamin Davis Kemper; the name that reads on his tombstone where he is buried in a cemetery in Troy, OH.

So, when does Ginsburg believe women become mothers? When they consciously accept their role and obligation to the child inside them? When the baby is first seen exiting the birth canal? When a baby catches his or her first breath?

Whatever her false assumption is of when motherhood begins, it is ironic how she pretends to be a champion for women’s rights, but simultaneously advocates for the death of children and the minimization of women’s gender.

To mother’s everywhere who have lost a child in the womb, we reject Ginsburg’s deplorable words, and pray that she will one day give you the respect you deserve.

Please let us know in the comments section what you think of Ginsburg’s claim, and how it will impact her participation on the bench in the future.