Juda Myers, the founder of Choices4Life.org, reminded those attending the Concerned Women of America Day at the Hill at the Iowa Statehouse in Des Moines, IA that it is illegal to tamper with evidence of a crime. She said earlier in her remarks that DNA is often used as evidence during criminal investigations.
Yet in cases of rape when a child is conceived the “evidence” is disposed all of the time. She implored those in attendance that if it is illegal to tamper with the evidence of a crime, then we make it legal to go after a rapist and protect the evidence. Myers said that God planted that idea in her mind when she was speaking to a group with Idaho Right to Life. Myers was conceived after her mother was gang raped by eight men. Her mother refused to abort Juda even though she was encouraged to do so. There is a systematic targeting of children who have been conceived through rape and incest making further victims.
Myers wants to remove the exception from prolifers minds when they talk about protecting children. She said children must be protected, even when conceived during rape.
During her 11 minute long speech to a group around 40 in the legislative committee room they had an alarm go off every 94 seconds. They said that the alarm symbolized Planned Parenthood aborting a baby which they do every 94 seconds.
You can watch her remarks below:
There were a number of Republican state legislators present during Juda Myers presentation including: Senate Minority Leader Bill Dix (R-Shell Rock), State Senator Jack Whitver (R-Ankeny), State Senator Brad Zaun (R-Urbandale), State Senator Dennis Guth (R-Klemme), State Representative Cecil Dolecheck (R-Mt. Ayr), State Representative Tedd Gassman (R-Scarville), State Representative Dawn Pettengill (R-Mt. Auburn), State Representative David Maxwell (R-Gibson), State Representative Chris Hagenow (R-Windsor Heights), and State Representative Jason Schultz (R-Schleswig).
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