Heh. Read the thread here:
You see that? Notice that Mark is hanging Abby's former life as an abortion clinic worker around her neck like a millstone. That she famously left that life, gave herself to Christ, and entered the Catholic Church seems more or less irrelevant. The one who first showed me this thought Mark was eschewing the forgiveness of Christ. I disagree.
I don't think Mark is thinking of Christ's forgiveness one way or another. Or at least I hope he isn't. I think he's trying to be clever. He's trying to say that Abby is some sort of horrible hypocrite for not sending herself to jail for all those babies she helped abort. Note that Mark does a little switcheroo with the terms.
Abby is obviously talking about what happens if a woman aborts a pregnancy if it becomes illegal. Mark slickly injects the term 'post-abortive' to suggest Abby means any woman who has ever had an abortion before. Which isn't what Abby - or anyone I've ever heard - appears to be saying.
Here's the funny thing however. If we accept Mark's premise that if Roe is overturned and abortion made illegal then Ms. Johnson should send herself to jail, then Abby's best hope is Mark. After all, Mark and most New Prolife Catholics are burning the midnight oil to help keep Roe on the books and thus the abortion mills churning along freely and legally. If that's how things end up and Mark's side wins, then Abby will have no reason to go to jail!
Well done Mark. Protecting women like Abby Johnson from jail time by bravely fighting to wreck anyone who would try to overturn Roe v. Wade. I can't think of anything that more perfectly demonstrates the mindset of the New Prolife Catholic movement. :)