Texas' informed consent laws, these Satanists claim, are a violation of religious freedom because part of worshipping Satan means aborting human babies as a sacrament, similar to how Christians take communion or get baptized.
Murdering unborn children is what Satan demands, and yet Satanists in Texas are prohibited from performing abortions without an abortion facility first providing informed consent to women at least 24 hours prior to the procedure.
"This includes requiring abortion facilities to do an ultrasound and share the unborn baby's image with the mother as well as provide an informational packet about the abortion, fetal development, abortion risks and resources for parenting and adoption," Harbingers Daily explains.
The lawsuit was filed on behalf of an anonymous Texas woman who is pregnant, and who claims that Texas' abortion laws infringe on her religious beliefs.
"I'm particularly interested to see how your a****** Attorney General Ken Paxton replies to this because he likes to march around the nation taking issue with other states' issues," said Satanic Temple spokesdemon Lucien Greaves.
"If he's not trying to sue them for not electing his preferred president, he's often releasing press releases about the state of religious liberty in other states and what he feels should be done. He likes to use the language of religious liberty, where it seems to me quite obvious [sic] he means religious privilege for a specific viewpoint."
Back in August, the Satanic Temple of Texas proudly admitted that part of its belief system involves murdering babies as a sacrament to Satan. That same month, it also held a raffle to raise money for this and other planned lawsuits.
The winner of the raffle was given a free abortion as part of a "ritual" that affirmed the "choice" of women who get pregnant to murder their unborn children in the name of "women's health."
"The ritual goes like this: Before the abortion takes place, surgically or medically, a member of The Satanic Temple will look at her reflection, be reminded of her personhood and responsibility to herself, take deep breaths, focus on her intent and make herself comfortable," Greaves added.
"When ready, she will say the third and fifth tenet of the temple aloud."
The third tenet affirms a key platform of Satanism, "do as thou wilt," except in the context of women getting an abortion. The fifth honors "science" as the be all, end all source of "truth" in the world, urging Satan worshippers not to "distort scientific facts to fit one's beliefs."
It is the same platform of the Democrat Party, which worships "science," abortion, and lawlessness. In fact, the Satanic Temple might as well be the Democrat Party, as the two entities share the same beliefs.
The Satanic Temple attempted similar lawsuits in Missouri, all of which failed. In 2019, the Missouri Supreme Court dismissed one such suit after Judge Laura Denvir Stith and four fellow justices explained that Satanic members could have just refused to accept the informed consent pamphlet.
In tandem with Planned Parenthood, the Satanic Temple is heavily involved in promoting abortion across America. Its members are also known to harass pro-life sidewalk counselors who attempt to help women choose life instead of death for their unborn children.
"In 2016, pro-life advocates outside of a Detroit, Michigan Planned Parenthood faced a disturbing scene when a group from the Satanic Temple arrived to counter-protest wearing baby masks and carrying whips," reports indicate. "They held a similar protest on Good Friday in 2017."
More related news about the Satanic obsessions with baby murder can be found at Abortions.news.
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