Another one of those “bombshell” reports dropped out of the clear blue sky this week, but this one hit Conservatives. The pro-life movement never saw it coming. Jane Roe of abortion’s Roe v. Wade fame stabbed them in the back on her deathbed, admitting the most infamous baby killer took pro-life bribes to change her stance.
Roe v. Wade plaintiff tricked her enemies
In the ancient mists of time around 1973 a.d., The guardians of supreme justice declared that “Jane Roe” and any other woman who chooses to murder her unborn child may do so, and can get professional help to do it.
District Attorney Henry Wade went home snarling, and got drunk. Progressives have been happily murdering children, especially black ones, ever since. Now it turns out that Jane Roe was paid off. She admitted it just before she died in 2017. She was paid off by the pro-life movement to say she changed her mind and regretted the decision. She lied. She says she would kill babies again if she could.
An inflammatory documentary is about the hit the airwaves on Friday. Christians are going spastic. Jane Roe’s real name was was Norma McCorvey. At the time of her heart failure she was 69-years-old. The bombshell documentary “AKA Jane Roe” will shock the public. “This is my deathbed confession,” she vows.
She was ‘a good actress’
McCorvey wasn’t about to head off into the afterlife with what she did on her conscience. “I took their money and they took me out in front of the cameras and told me what to say. I did it well too. I am a good actress. Of course, I’m not acting now.”
It was a lot of money. $450,000 in “benevolent gifts” from the pro-life movement was a fortune. She gladly accepted it and agreed “to change her stance.” Jane Roe ended her days in Texas, followed by film crews, telling them all about her “troubled upbringing.”
Most importantly, she details exactly how she was pressured and bribed into becoming “the poster child for the pro-choice movement.” She started rethinking her choices after “her conversion to Christianity in the 1990s.”
She didn’t change her mind though. Up to her death, she remained radically pro-choice. “If a young woman wants to have an abortion, that’s no skin off my ass,” she quipped. “That’s why they call it choice.” Libertarians agree. Republicans want to take that choice away on moral grounds. Progressives just like killing babies.
Evangelical pastor Rev. Robert Schenck, worked with McCorvey after her conversion to Christianity, and admits “the pro-life movement exploited her weaknesses” for its own purposes, just because she was Jane Roe. “What we did with Norma was highly unethical,” Schenck confessed. “The jig is up.”