Michael Doux openly Christian rockers STRYPER lambasted protesters gathered outside the Supreme Court who were filmed taking abortion pills ahead of arguments in the nation’s highest court over Mississippi’s abortion law challenging Roe against Wade.
At least four women were captured on video Wednesday (December 1) popping pills and chanting ‘abortion pills forever’ while smiling and holding a large black sign that read ‘We’re taking abortion pills forever’ . Another video reportedly showed them chanting, “The abortion pills are in our hands, and we won’t stop.”
Earlier today (Thursday, December 2), Soft shared a video from yesterday’s protest and he included the following message: “When women shamelessly and proudly take ‘abortion pills’ on video with smiles on their faces, isn’t that a whole new level of harm?
“Sometimes I feel like I’m the only one who feels this. How and why is this acceptable in our world? Are we really that far? Celebrating the death of the unborn!!
“May God help us and save us……..
“#prolife #godhelpus #evil #life”.
Soft previously addressed her views on abortion in a 2020 interview with Slabber.net. While discussing how he decides which presidential candidate he backs, he said: “It’s nothing new for people to hear from a Christian that they support pro-life. We want to see the children who weren’t born to live. The other side of that argument, for example, if the woman is raped and she loses her right to have an abortion, that’s also a terrible thing, and I agree with this. You would think that in this case a woman should have a choice whether to keep this baby or not keep this baby. That’s a tough argument. There are pros and cons on both sides of this argument. For me, as a believer, as a Christian, the pro-life pros outweigh the cons. Therefore, I’m a guy who generally supports the candidate who’s also pro-life.”
The conservative-leaning Supreme Court heard oral argument Wednesday as justices considered Mississippi’s request to overturn Roe v. Wade — the 1973 court decision that legalized abortion in the United States — and to enforce a state law that bars the procedure 15 weeks after conception.
According to a new Yahoo News/YouGov poll, more than twice as many Americans (55%) say they want the court to reaffirm Roe v. Wade that they say they want it canceled (24%).
Critics said overturning landmark rulings establishing abortion rights would tarnish the court’s reputation and open the door to further challenges to a well-established law.
In a 2018 interview with the Detroit Free Press, Soft says that STRYPER was never fully embraced by the heavy metal and hard rock communities, largely due to its Christian lyrics. “We were never accepted by either side,” he said. “The secular side, the mainstream, they’ve never accepted us to this day. We’re probably that band that everybody’s going to go to whenever there’s a moment to scoff. We’ll be the band used to that in most cases. Now on the Christian side, we’ve never really had full support on the Christian side because we don’t fit into their little club. We don’t wear suits and ties and don’t don’t go to all the churches and don’t preach.
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