Madeleine Albright played the religion card on the campaign trail for Hillary Clinton: Women who don’t vote for Hillary Clinton will go to Hell.
Young women have to support Hillary Clinton. . . .They’re going to want to push us back. Appointments to the supreme court make all the difference. . . . It’s not done and you have to help. Hillary Clinton will always be there for you. And just remember, there’s a special place in hell for women who don’t help each other.”
Of course, Hillary’s voters would have to first believe in God to fear Hell. Nevertheless, since Albright has invoked religion, let’s take a look at what a higher authority has to say about abortion and Hell.
The Catholic Church, founded by Jesus Christ, defines abortion as “the killing of the foetus, in whatever way or at whatever time from the moment of conception”. Because all human life is sacred, abortion is inherently morally evil. Participating in or approving of abortion in any way is a big time mortal sin that can get you condemned to Hell for all eternity. (If this is news to you, get educated here, and here, and here).
Anyone who participates in an abortion, supports, advises, praises or approves of abortions either by voting in favor of abortion rights or by voting to support a pro-abortion candidate like Hillary Clinton is committing a grave sin. Albright’s appeal thus presents a political conundrum for voters on the issue of abortion and Hillary Clinton — you’re damned if you do and damned if you don’t.
Only God can condemn a soul to Hell, but He has made it pretty clear that there is indeed a special place in Hell for people who support abortion.
Here’s the video: