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Resolution to Abolish Abortion

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Resolution to Abolish Abortion

Presented by: Larry Pitman

Written by: Larry Pitman, Cindy Sallis, and Tara Niebaum

Whereas, Article 4.1 of the North Carolina Republican Party Platform states: “We believe in the sanctity of all human life. Unborn children have constitutional rights to life and liberty and, the government must respect and protect all innocent human life from conception to natural death.”[Emphasis added.][1]


Whereas, the value of human life is not based upon the circumstances of conception including children conceived in rape and incest, as ALL children have inherent worth as a reflection of their Creator and are included in the North Carolina Republican Party Platform’s category of “all” human life under Article 4.1.


Whereas, on June 24, 2022, the United States Supreme Court issued its decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, 597 U.S 215. Quoting from its decision: “Abortion presents a profound moral question. The Constitution does not prohibit the citizens of each State from regulating or prohibiting abortion.”[Emphasis added.][2]


Whereas, North Dakota, South Dakota, Idaho, Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee, Kentucky, Indiana, and West Virginia have completely banned and/or made abortions unavailable.[3]


Whereas, ALL unborn children in the State of North Carolina are vulnerable to abortion under the current “12 week ban,” as each child must pass through the first 12 weeks of human gestation to be protected from abortion.


Whereas, a medical separation procedure performed during a medical emergency in order to save the life of the mother is NOT an abortion (the intentional killing of the unborn child during the process of separation).


Whereas, dignified, humane treatment of an unborn child who does not survive a medical separation procedure is NOT an abortion.


Whereas, the North Carolina General Assembly has legal authority to abolish abortion within the borders of North Carolina.


Whereas, Article 4.11 of the North Carolina Republican Party Platform states: “We oppose the sale, purchase, possession, or use of fetal tissue or body parts obtained from induced abortions.”[4]


Whereas, the use of tissue from aborted children in the development of vaccines and in medical research negates the value of all human life.[5]


Whereas, in April 2021, the National Institutes of Health reversed Trump era restrictions on research using tissue from aborted children,[6] such that aborted children have once again been made available for sale.[7]


Whereas, ALL North Carolina school children are required by law to receive multiple vaccines developed using cell lines of aborted children,[8,9,10] and therefore, the children of Pro-Life North Carolinians are required to participate in abortion, or assert a medical or religious exemption on their children’s behalf.


Whereas, beginning in 2021, all North Carolinians were required to receive Covid-19 vaccines, all of which were developed using cell lines of aborted children (Pfizer and Moderna: HEK293) and (J&J: PER-C6),[11] thereby forcing Pro-Life North Carolinians to participate in abortion, assert a medical or religious exemption (often denied), and/or face discrimination, employment termination, or other life-changing consequences.


BE IT RESOLVED, that the North Carolina Republican Party calls upon the North Carolina General Assembly to enact legislation, consistent with the Party Platform, to abolish abortion and subject providers who perform abortion to criminal penalties.


BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the North Carolina Republican Party calls upon the North Carolina General Assembly to enact legislation to end the use of cells, cell lines, tissues, organs, and any other body part of aborted children in research and scientific experimentation, and subject violators to criminal penalties.


BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the North Carolina Republican Party calls upon the North Carolina General Assembly to enact legislation to end the use of cells, cell lines, tissues, organs, and any other body part of aborted children in the development of vaccines, pharmaceuticals, medicines, cosmetics, and any other product for use, sale, manufacture, testing, or distribution in the State of North Carolina, and subject violators to criminal penalties.

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Jason Simmons, Chairman, North Carolina Republican Party


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