Will Roe v. Wade be overturned?

Dobbs v. Jackson is poised to be a landmark case in the Supreme Court. Comparable to Roe v. Wade, it will set a precedent across the country for abortion law.

While pro-life advocates want to see Roe v. Wade overturned, pro-choice activists are shouting, “MY BODY, MY CHOICE” from the rooftops while simultaneously ignoring bodily autonomy through vaccine mandates.

Due to the pro-choice ruling of Roe v. Wade in 1973, an estimated 62 MILLION abortions have been performed throughout the country since then.

While pro-choice supporters have regularly used the case of Roe v. Wade as a foundation for lawsuits against pro-life laws, that same foundation is full of fractures that the pro-choice movement is beginning to fall through.

Many defenders of abortion are ignorant of the circumstances and facts surrounding the landmark case. Jane Roe, whom we now know as Norma McCorvey never had an abortion. In fact, McCorvey gave birth to her child and placed it up for adoption.

The case of Roe v. Wade was based on a LIE.

She would later admit to these lies and spend the remainder of her life advocating for pro-life groups until her death in 2017.

Abortion is a condemnable act that has gone on for far too long in our country.

In 2019, Planned Parenthood boasted about spending over $600 million on an estimated 345,000 abortions. Of that number, approximately 7,637 of these abortions took place in Indiana.

During this time, I was filing legislation that would ban abortion in Indiana, known as the “Protection at Conception” bill. I have continuously authored this bill for five years; in spite of the pushback that I’ve endured from other legislators.

Although they depict themselves as pro-life advocates, the “Protection at Conception” bill has been shoved aside by many of my colleagues.

The continual opposition of this bill shows the true (unfortunate) intention of those who were elected to protect the rights of ALL Americans, including the pre-born.

Their failure to endorse the bill over the years has created a divide amongst the Republican Party in Indiana, but it has also stoked the flames of the pro-life movement.

Your donation of $50, $100, or $250 will keep that fire burning and help me give a voice to the voiceless.

As we prepare to return to the capitol next year, I am prepared to continue fighting for LIFE, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness here in Indiana.

Sincerely,

Curt Nisly

State Representative

House District 22

 

P.S.

As a nation who has sworn to protect the defenseless around the world, we have failed to protect the most innocent right here in our own country.

I will continue to fight for the rights of those who are unable to fight for themselves. Will you become a champion for life by donating as little as $25 or $50 toward my efforts?

I don’t ever want to look back in regret over my efforts to save these innocent lives.

“I am dedicated to spending the rest of my life undoing the law that bears my name. It is my sincere prayer that there be no 30th anniversary of Roe v. Wade. I would like nothing more than to have this law overturned, either by an act of Congress or a reversal in the Supreme Court.”

– Norma McCorvey (“Jane Roe”), 1998