The ongoing battle to stop the murder of children is growing in intensity.
The radical pro-abortion Left can’t quite seem to accept the overturning of Roe v. Wade.
And now Glenn Beck just handed another huge blow to the lawyer who first filed Roe v. Wade case.
Last year’s Supreme Court Dobbs decision that finally overturned Roe v. Wade has become a rallying cry for the Left.
The politics of murder
The Democrats and pro-abortion activists are now running on the issue of safeguarding the murder of children.
And in some states, they are demanding those safeguards even after birth.
This is no longer a movement to make abortion safe, legal, and rare.
It is instead a movement of racists, eugenicists, radical anti-population elitists, and socialists dedicated to killing as many children as possible.
Much like Hitler’s attacks on Jews, they believe a political platform attacking children will catapult them back into power.
Fortunately, they keep suffering setback after setback as it turns out the mass murder of the pre-born isn’t quite as popular as they hoped.
And now they’ve suffered another setback no one saw coming.
Roe v. Wade archive on the auction block
The archive of historic documents related to the original Roe v. Wade case that guaranteed abortion rights across the United States for 50 years recently went up for auction.
The collection, totaling some 150 case-related documents, was created and kept all these years by Linda Coffee, the Dallas lawyer who first filed the abortion rights case.
The 80-year-old recently voiced her desire to pass along the archive to the next generation of pro-abortionists.
But Coffee and the pro-abortion movement were in for a surprise when things didn’t go to plan.
In a move that shocked the pro-abortion crowd, Coffee’s entire collection was purchased by none other than the staunchly pro-life Glenn Beck.
Beck, the nationally syndicated radio host and co-founder of Blaze Media acquired the collection, with a winning bid on March 6.
Roe v. Wade is of course now history thanks to Donald Trump and the Supreme Court, and that history is now in the hands of a leading pro-life conservative.
Not a banner day, or year, for the pro-murder crowd.
According to the Los Angeles auction house Nate D. Sanders Auctions, Coffee’s collection “documents the entire journey — from the letter Coffee wrote to Sarah Weddington proposing that the two women work together ‘to challenge the Texas Abortion Statute’, to the receipt for $15.00 given to Coffee after filing the case in Texas, to the original affidavit signed by Norma McCorvey (‘Jane Roe’), to the Supreme Court quill pens given to Coffee by the Court after successfully arguing the case.”
Some of the more interesting items include:
- The original notarized affidavit signed in blue ballpoint by Norma L. McCorvey, ’alias Jane Roe’, dated 21 May 1970, as part of a motion for summary judgment;
- Coffee’s retained copy of the letter that she wrote to Sarah Weddington regarding the possibility of working together on an abortion case;
- The two quill pens given to Linda Coffee by the Supreme Court for arguing the case before the Court in 1971 and 1972, an honor bestowed upon lawyers who argue a case before the nation’s highest Court;
- Documents detailing “each stage of Roe v. Wade as it progressed through the appellate system”; and
Linda Coffee and her lesbian partner, Rebecca Hartt, told D Magazine they had curated the Roe collection after the West Nile virus almost killed Coffee.
The near-death experience plus the overturning of Roe v. Wade prompted Hartt to tell Coffee, “You might live to be 88 like Judge Sarah Hughes, but you need to get this stuff to the next generation.”
Hartt said, “We don’t know who’s going to end up acquiring it, but hopefully it will motivate some of the people to get into law or politics or whatever, because it needs to be challenged.”
Beck said Coffee and Hartt got their wish in getting the collection to the next generation, but said, “they have passed it to a generation who perhaps is less focused on the so-called ‘human right’ to kill and more on the human responsibility to care, love, and protect both the mother and child.”
Bidding for the collection opened at $50,000. Beck put in the winning bid of $615,632.
Beck said, “If we can use this to help expose this culture of death and Moloch worship, any monetary price we could personally pay would be worth it.”
Pro-Life Press will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.