OPEN LETTER TO PRESIDENT TRUMP
President Donald J. Trump
The White House
Attention: White House Public Liaison Office
Dear President Trump,
Thank you for your service to the people of America. Mindful of your compassion for the “soul of America,” we are writing with an urgent request.
While we fully understand your concern for the safety and security of the American people, as well as compassionate consideration for innocent immigrants, we are requesting that you also consider addressing another American crisis by declaring that the abortion of a child - notably deemed by science and philosophy as a living human product - in the womb is a crime against humanity.
While considering a barrier or a wall to protect the people of America and to assist the innocent immigrants who desire to come into our country, we pray that you will also remember the babies in the womb, according to science and philosophy, are human beings waiting to be born.
The scourge of abortion of human beings in the womb is an American crisis. Please declare that abortion of pre-born human beings is a national crisis.
Just this week on January 22, 2019 the Governor of New York signed into law The Reproductive Health Act, an approval to kill even more of our American children, especially African American children. Already in New York more Black babies were being aborted than were born. Sir, we are asking you to declare that abortion is a crime against humanity.
Again, America is in a state of crisis, at our geographical borders and in the sanctuaries of the wombs of our mothers. America is besieged and beleaguered by serious crimes against humanity with abortion of human beings at the top of the list.
We are very concerned that all of the candidates that announced their bid to run for president in 20/20 chose to rise on the anniversary of the celebration of the 90th birthday of the prophet Martin Luther King, Jr.; and did so being fully in league with America’s massive abortion industry while backed by Black faith-based leaders under the auspices of the the Negro Project; a genocide project with longstanding and deadly intent.
They all remain in league to commit genocide and eugenics against African American babies. One third of the babies aborted in America are African American babies while we remain the least of these in numbers of population (about 12%).
Mr. President, we salute you for addressing crimes against humanity, notably demonstrated yet again with your recent signing of the Frederick Douglass Anti-Human Trafficking Law. Thank you for recognizing the legacy of Frederick Douglass and his incredible efforts against slavery. Thank you for recognizing that human trafficking is today's modern slavery; all slavery is a crime against humanity. Abortion is another form of slavery; with the human child in the womb held hostage.
A crime against humanity occurs when the government withdraws legal protection from a class of human beings as they did with African American slaves in our American past. There is very little if any protection for the unborn human baby.
We also urge you to declare that abortion occurs in the human sex trafficking cycle; often these are forced abortions; all indicative of more crimes against humanity.
We have denied legal protection to a class of human beings, children in the womb. As the Supreme Court has said in describing the contents of the woman's womb, "While we find no reliable data to measure the phenomenon, it seems unexceptionable to conclude some women come to regret their choice to abort the INFANT LIFE they once created and sustained." "Severe depression and loss of esteem can follow." (emphasis added) Gonzales v. Carhart, 550 U.S. 124 (2007).
Mr. President, we the undersigned individuals urge you to make a public declaration to this effect; that abortion of a child in the womb is a crime against humanity; and to sanction The Moral Outcry Petition at www.themoraloutcry.com and other factual statements in support of the sanctity of life.
Again, Mr. president, thank you for your continuing leadership to promote human dignity and the sanctity of human life regardless of condition of servitude, color of skin, or length of days.
God bless you and God bless America.
Evangelist Alveda King
Civil Rights for The Unborn
Dr. Day Gardner
National Pro-Life Union on Capitol Hill
Rev. Dean Nelson
National Diversity Coalition for Trump
Allan Parker, Esquire
The Justice Foundation
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