November 7th…Vote No on Issue 1

By Brian Massie, A Watchman on the Wall

We will be covering the issues on the upcoming November 7th elections. The following is an article written by John Stover of Ohio Value Voters.

We are going to watching to see which churches just “sing a little louder” rather that speaking out publicly against child sacrifice.

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Stop the Death of Unborn Children in Ohio!

On November 7th Vote No on Issue 1

Dear Friends:

Your participation in the upcoming Ohio November election is CRITICAL to save the lives of unborn children in our state.

Planned Parenthood and its radical affiliates will spend tens of millions of dollars for the November election. They have collected petition signatures to pack Ohio’s Constitution with their lies of radical “health care” policies. 

Planned Parenthood’s objective is to permit underage minors to have abortions, contraceptives, and gender-changing hormones and surgeries WITHOUT PARENTAL CONSENT.

Your No vote on November 7th will prohibit Planned Parenthood from performing unlimited abortions, even up until the ninth month of pregnancy. Unborn children will be saved by your No vote on November 7th. Ohioans must not permit this genocide by Planned Parenthood!

Another genocide occurred in Europe during World War II when millions were led to the gas chambers. The video below is a true historical account, inspired by the true story of an elderly man who in his youth witnessed the horrors of the Jewish Holocaust, from the pews of his Church. The 12-minute short film provides a stunning message for the twenty-first century of the current genocide that is taking place with unborn children in Ohio and America.  

After watching this video, share it with your Pastor, friends, and family.

We must do more than “Sing a Little Louder.”

Thank you for your support and vote to stop Planned Parenthood and this genocide in Ohio.
Remember, this November 7th, vote No on Issue 1.    

Sincerely, 
John Stover, President
Ohio Value Voters 

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