Norma McCorvey, pro-life hero, passes
"Norma McCorvey was legally abused in the most terrible "court-approved" manner all her life by Planned Parenthood, decided to live with the horrific abuse and lead the pro-life movement and has now passed away. It is God's grace that she lived to see the dawn of the end of Planned Parenthood as a new President and Congress decides to take away $500,000,000 in tax funding," said Eugene Delgaudio, President of Public Advocate. Details below.
LIFESITE NEWS REPORTS:
Norma McCorvey, who was the Jane Roe of the infamous Roe vs. Wade Supreme Court case legalizing virtually unlimited abortions, passed away today. McCorvey never had an abortion and eventually became pro-life and dedicated her life to overturning the horrible Supreme Court decision that bared her pseudonym.
McCorvey died today at an assisted-living facility in Katy, Texas. She was 69.
McCorvey never wanted an abortion - she was seeking a divorce from her husband - but young, pro-abortion feminist attorney Sarah Weddington used McCorvey's case as a means of attempting to overturn Texas' law making most abortions illegal. Weddington took the case all the way to the Supreme Court, which invalidated every pro-life state law in the nation protecting unborn children and the rest is history.
But most Americans don't know that McCorvey, who was "pro-choice" on abortion at the time, became a pro-life advocate. She dedicated to reversing the Supreme Court case that bears her fictitious name, Jane Roe.
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