Posted BY: Shane Trejo
The Satanic Temple (TST) believes they “may be the last hope for abortion rights,” arguing in the court of law that murdering the innocent should be protected as part of their religious liberty.
They released an official statement after the repeal of Roe v. Wade in which they declared that babies should be sacrificed to their Dark Lord as protected speech under the 1st Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.
“In states that continue to provide abortion services, TST will take steps, including legal action, to ensure our members do not have to endure hindrances to access. That includes waiting periods and unnecessary medical procedures,” they wrote.
“In addition, TST will continue to demand that states do not require medical practitioners to withhold medical information or that patients are not forced to bury or cremate fetal remains,” the Satan worshipers continued.
“Lastly, in states that require mandatory abortion counseling documents, TST will be providing our own counseling, which we are demanding be recognized by states as a valid alternative,” they added.
The TST claims there is Supreme Court precedent allowing the organization to commit ritualized murder of children under the guise of protecting religious freedom.
“In states that outlaw abortion but grant exceptions for instances of incest and rape, then, consistent with the Supreme Court’s ruling in Fulton v. City of Philadelphia, TST members should be permitted a religious exception to perform TST’s religious abortion ritual. We will have to sue those states to affirm our civil rights, but the law is clearly on our side,” the TST said.
Big League Politics has reported on the TST’s lawfare to weaponize the Constitution as a means to promote their perverted and disgusting beliefs:
“The Satanic Temple is suing a Pennsylvania elementary school after the school rejected the cult indoctrination of children in an after-school club.
The Satanic Temple is claiming that it is their 1st Amendment right to feast on the souls of the youth. They are filing a constitutional lawsuit against the Northern Elementary School in York, Penn.