August 2, 2020

KDKA Radio's Angel of Death Is Not Pro-life. Not Even Close.

This question was posted today on Wendy Bell Radio's FB page:
Two pro-life students were arrested in Washington D.C. Saturday for chalking the statement “Black Preborn Lives Matter” on the ground outside a Planned Parenthood abortion clinic.

The mayor of D.C., however, has allowed protestors to paint the phrases “Black Lives Matter” and “Defund the Police” on the streets without penalty.

Do you believe the arrests of the pro-life protestors represents an effort to limit speech to government-approved topics?
Apparently, KDKA Radio's Angel of Death is defending the pro-life protesters who were arrested for chalking up a sidewalk despite the fact that doing so is, in fact, against the law in DC:
It shall be unlawful for any person or persons willfully and wantonly to disfigure, cut, chip, or cover, rub with, or otherwise place filth or excrement of any kind; to write, mark, or print obscene or indecent figures representing obscene or objects upon; to write, mark, draw, or paint, without the consent of the owner or proprietor thereof, or, in the case of public property, of the person having charge, custody, or control thereof, any word, sign, or figure upon...any property, public or private...
But let's side-step the issue of choice vs forced birth and which side Wendy finds herself in.

But for the record:
  • Abortion is health care.
  • It's never acceptable to force a woman to be pregnant.
  • The decision to terminate a pregnancy is hers and hers alone.
Let me ask a broader question: How can the Angel of Death defend a so-called "pro-life" position? She's not pro-life and she proved it when she asked this:
[A]re you going to bankrupt America and the future for less than one percent of our population, many of whom are already ill? Or aged? I'm on a fence.
To show how no self-professed "pro-life" person could possibly be "on a fence" about such widespread death all for the sake of the economy, let's use another example. Imagine a pregnant woman, a single mother who determines that she simply can not afford to raise another child and thus decides to terminate this last pregnancy.

What would the "pro-life" response be to this woman's situation?

I don't think I'd be too far off to guess that the response would be something like, "No. You can't. You can't end a life simply for economic reasons."

Now look at Wendy's "on the fence" conundrum. While she does not advocate allowing "less than 1% of our population" to die in order to help the economy, she doesn't denounce it, either.

She's on the fence over it. Hardly "pro-life" is it?

Then there's Wendy's active promotion of coronavirus "herd immunity" while ignoring the massive death that that would entail:
Don't we want this virus to work its way through the people so that we can be immune? So that we can develop some semblance of herd immunity? As we anxiously await the arrival of a vaccine?
As the experts who know much more medical science than the rest of us at Johns Hopkins pointed out:
To reach herd immunity for COVID-19, likely 70% or more of the population would need to be immune. Without a vaccine, over 200 million Americans would have to get infected before we reach this threshold. Put another way, even if the current pace of the COVID-19 pandemic continues in the United States – with over 25,000 confirmed cases a day – it will be well into 2021 before we reach herd immunity. If current daily death rates continue, over half a million Americans would be dead from COVID-19 by that time.
By advocating "some semblance of herd immunity" Wendy Bell is acknowledging that fine with about 350,000 more dead citizens.

No, ladies and gentlemen. Wendy Bell is not pro-life in any definition of the term.

She's still KDKA Radio's Angel of Death.