A mother in Ohio claims she saw a vision of her baby singing her a lullaby moments before aborting it. She recently sang that "lullaby" while speaking at a "blessing" of an abortion clinic.
"In Columbus, Ohio, that image of a mother soothing her child through song was flipped on its head at a shocking pro-abortion rally," reports LifeNews. "One mother at the rally recounted her abortion by singing a lullaby she said her baby sent to her while she was in the waiting room preparing to kill the child."
The event billed itself as a "blessing" of Your Choice Healthcare, a non-surgical abortion clinic in Columbus, OH. Along with the mother's creepy serenading, other women speakers spoke of their positive experiences with abortion. And just to up the event's blasphemy quotient to 11, several clergy members called upon the Almighty to "bless" the clinic and protect its submission.
The supposed "lullaby" was actually a Beatles song ("I Will") and the mother's voice was not exactly up to singing par. She claims her now-aborted baby sang the song to her in a vision to tell her, "It's okay." Here are the lyrics:
You know I love you still
Will I wait a lonely lifetime
If you want me to, I will
For if I ever saw you
I didn't catch your name
But it never really mattered
I will always feel the same
Love you forever and forever
Love you with all my heart
Love you whenever we're together
Love you when we're apart
And when at last I find you
Your song will fill the air
Sing it loud so I can hear you
Make it easy to be near you
For the things you do endear you to me
Oh, you know I will
Pro-life advocates who witnessed the performance recalled the haunting experience of hearing a mother turn a song about love into an anthem for murder. "Watching this mother sing the lullaby to those gathered is haunting. This tune became the music of murder for one baby, and those assembled celebrated in hopes it would become the same for countless other children," pro-life advocate Mark Harrington, President of Created Equal, told LifeNews.
The event was sponsored by the so-called Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice as a closing ceremony counterpoint to the 40 Days for Life campaign where "pro-life advocates pray outside abortion facilities worldwide and offer practical pregnancy help and support for women," according to LifeNews.
Pro-life advocate Mark Harrington says the "blessing" event was originally scheduled for a Planned Parenthood clinic, but that was canceled after it received national attention.
"There will still be a pro-life event outside Planned Parenthood. Created Equal will also raise awareness about how abortion kills innocent human beings during that time," he said. "At these combined locations, abortionists kill babies by chemical abortion and dismemberment abortion up to 19 weeks, 6 days. To suggest that God advocates for the shedding of innocent blood is blasphemous. Abortion is a frontal attack on those made in His image – human beings. Authentic ministers of God oppose the killing of the preborn, they don’t promote it,” Harrington said.
The sacrilegious gathering was called "Holy Ground: Blessing the Sacred Space of Decision." The first event description read:
During this clinic blessing, participants will gather with local faith leaders and guests to ask for God’s blessing upon Planned Parenthood of Greater Ohio’s East Columbus Surgical facility, the abortion providers and staff, and all those who pass through the center.
In celebration of conscience and moral decision making, this event will include interfaith blessings, prayers, and testimonies about receiving and providing abortion care. This clinic blessing will create space for progressive voices of faith to speak boldly in support of comprehensive reproductive health care, especially abortion.
Harrington said: “If you never believed abortion was child sacrifice, think again. These priests of child-killing may not be offering children as a human sacrifice to Molech, a Canaanite deity associated with the practice of child sacrifice, but instead are offering them to a modern false idol called ‘reproductive choice.'"