“Discharging our judicial duties in a way that denies no human being the equal protection of the laws is an absolute bedrock principle from which we cannot, we do not, we have not, and we will not deviate in the slightest way.”

– Moran v. Clarke, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit (November 4, 2002).

Oh, really? The Eighth Circuit has routinely and consistently upheld the killing of the unborn without exception since Roe v. Wade.

See, for example, Stenberg v. Carhart, 192 F.3d 1142 (8th Cir. 1999), affirmed by the Supreme Court in June, 2000, wherein the 8th Circuit found unconstitutional Nebraska’s ban on killing children in the birth canal.

The 8th Circuit and all the other federal courts, in lockstep to hell, have demonstrated time and time again with relentless consistency that they can, they do, they have, and they will deviate from the principle of applying equal protection of the laws to countless human beings whose only distinguishing characteristic is that they have yet to breathe air.

Hypocrites! Welcome to the eternal and unquenchable fire, where God, the Ultimate Judge, who cannot, does not, has not, and will not deviate in the slightest way from His Word (“The wicked shall be cast into hell and all the nations that forget God.”) will discharge His judicial duty to the full in your just and everlasting punishment.