"I'd lived long enough to see the change in America. I'd lived long enough to see America be turned on its head in nearly every fashion," says Spaulding, author of the book "Upside Down in America: What went wrong and how do we make it right again?"
During his appearance on the Brighteon.TV program Friday, Sept. 17, Spaulding shares the news about the satanic group that plans to sue the state of Texas for banning abortion.
Members of the group claim that abortion is a ritual within their religious system.
"Now, how upside-down can you be that we now have an organization that publicly says bloodletting or murdering the preborn is part of their religious practice, so they want to stop that [law banning abortion]?" Spaulding asks.
"We are in serious trouble in America. And unless true Christians and patriots stand up and speak in the most clear, concise yet forceful voice, and unite together in this – we're going down."
The group that Spaulding is referring to is the Satanic Temple, which is lobbying against a Texas law that bans abortions after a mother is six weeks into her pregnancy.
The Massachusetts-based group, which runs an officially recognized and tax-exempt religion, is arguing that women should be able to take an abortion-inducing drug as an expression of religious freedom within the first 24 weeks of pregnancy.
A lawyer for the Satanic Temple has sent a letter to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to request that the church be allowed access without prescription to the abortion-inducing drugs mifepristone and misoprostol as part of its "sacramental" abortion ritual.
The group has said that it does not actually worship Satan in any way. Instead, co-founder Lucian Greaves has said that the group sees Satan as a symbol of "rebellion against tyranny."
The Texas abortion ban after six weeks of pregnancy came into effect on Sept. 1 after the Supreme Court failed to block it based on a technicality. The ruling hinged on whether the court currently had the right to step into a dispute that the majority felt was not ready for a full hearing on its merits.
Courts have blocked other states from imposing similar restrictions, but Texas' law differs significantly because it leaves enforcement up to private citizens through civil lawsuits instead of criminal prosecutors.
The new law prohibits abortions once a fetal heartbeat is detected, and exemptions will only be made in cases of medical emergencies. It also offers $10,000 to private citizens who successfully sue abortion providers or anyone who assisted with abortions that violate the law.
President Joe Biden has blasted the anti-abortion bill. "This extreme Texas law blatantly violates the constitutional right established under Roe v. Wade and upheld as precedent for nearly half a century," Biden said in a statement.
The Supreme Court is still expected to act on the Texas law, though there is no firm timeline. A decision to allow the ban could indicate a readiness by the justices to overturn the 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling, which legalized abortion nationwide.
"My administration is deeply committed to the constitutional right established in Roe v. Wade nearly five decades ago and will protect and defend that right," Biden says.
Many are not surprised that Biden and the satanic group are supporting the same cause.
The Bible verse that Diamond has shared at the start of his program may be referring to Biden and his kind of people. It says: "Woe to those who call evil good, and good evil; who put darkness for light, and light for darkness; who put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter."
Watch the Sept. 17 episode of America Unhinged Radio below or on Brighteon.TV.
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