Saturday, June 13, 2015

California Assemblywoman Says State's Drought Is God's Wrath Over Abortions

Republican State Assemblywoman from California Shannon Grove
California is in its fourth year of severe drought. Last year was the driest on record, with records going back 160 years. The state has only about one year of water left in its reservoirs. It has become so bad that Governor Jerry Brown declared a state of emergency. 

Does no one have the answers to the devastation that is being wreaked upon the state? Yes... Yes, someone does indeed have an answer... and that someone is Shannon Grove!

Shannon Grove is a Republican State Assemblywoman from California who has plainly stated that it was her state's stance on abortions that was causing the drought and if they would just adopt laws restricting abortions... God would make it rain.

Grove, who represents Kern County and the Central Valley and serves on … wait for it… the assembly’s agriculture committee, made her declaration at the California ProLife Legislative Banquet, held in Sacramento. While at the podium waving a bible over her head Grove launched into a fiery sermon-esque warning saying...

This is the infallible word of God. I fear Him more than I fear anyone... Texas was in a long period of drought until Governor Perry signed the fetal pain bill. It rained that night. Now God has His hold on California.”

When talking about Texas she seemed to be referring to HB2, signed into law by conservative former Texas governor and 2016 Republican presidential contender Rick Perry in 2013. HB2 places restrictions on abortion, including a 20-week ban that abortion rights advocates say is based on junk science that claims fetuses can feel pain at that point.

Just to show how deeply Assemblywoman Grove's belifes run it was only last year that she took to her Facebook page and blamed the water shortage on federal restrictions protecting the endangered Delta smelt fish that live in the state’s dwindling water supply.
Well that clears it up for me! I only wish Mrs. Grove had made it clear beforehand that she considered the Delta smelt an omnipotent deity.

Here's my take on this grotesque passion play of Mrs. Grove... I belong to the point of view that abortions should be safe, legal and most of all rare I find it sickening that any elected official would use such a personal and devisive topic to pander to a certain voting block they fancy. It is repulsive and reprehensible.

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