Rep. Cramer blames legalized abortion for school shootings
A Republican congressman from North Dakota suggested to the graduating class at University of Mary earlier this month that the Boston Marathon bombings, the Sept. 11 terrorists attacks and multiple school shootings were all connected to the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision that legalized abortion in 1973.
In a video clip pointed out by The Huffington Post’s Amanda Terkel on Thursday, Rep. Kevin Cramer (R-ND) says that the ideal of American Exceptionalism has been “turned upside down.”
Cramer notes that Bismarck news anchor A.J. Clemente had been fired for uttering a “vulgarity on live television.”
“He’s been heralded by celebrities from New York to California as some sort of pop icon,” the congressman complains. “We learned this week that the Pentagon is vetting its guide on religious tolerance with a group that compared Christian evangelism to rape, and advocated that military personnel and colluding chaplains who proselytize should be court-martialed.”
Cramer adds: “Forty years ago, the United States Supreme Court sanctioned abortion on demand. And we wonder why our culture sees school shootings so often.”
The North Dakota Republican goes on to reference the federal government’s decision to allow girls younger than 18 to purchase emergency contraception without a prescription.
“Now we learn our little girls can eliminate unwanted pregnancy by buying a pill at the drug store on their way to middle school,” he laments. “Folks, our children will never disappoint us as long as we keep the bar really, really low.”
“Innocent people in New York have airplanes flown into their places of work and marathoners in Boston are victimized by bombs, yet Christianity is singled out as bigotry in our public institutions!” he exclaims. “Because academics and politicians lack the courage to speak truth.”
“We’ve normalized perversion and perverted God’s natural law to the point where the only thing not tolerated anymore is a stand for truth.”
Watch this video from the University of Mary, broadcast May 2, 2013.