"We're so busy fighting. There are people in this country that are so busy fighting to kill babies in the womb that it's gonna be very difficult for our country to survive, if the country itself is intent in killing itself," said Sorbo, a pro-life activist and wife of American actor Kevin Sorbo.
Sorbo and his husband are promoting "Leaders for Life," an 80-minute pro-life documentary that puts together the many compelling aspects of abortion in America. The film highlights the modern day pro-life warriors who are on the frontline of the battle to end the daily mass murder of babies. (Related: Pro-abortion feminist ADMITS abortion ends a human life, but says it's justifiable.)
"Stories change the world. Christ told stories and that’s how he changed the world. And He changed it a lot. That’s why my husband and I are involved in storytelling,” added Sorbo, an actress, author, home education activist, international model, radio host and film producer.
Keyes said that America since the early '90s has been below replacement level in terms of population because it is in fact not been replacing its population. He added that the American population is now lower than what would be necessary to keep families going.
"We talk about the challenge of abortion and the death of the individual child, the pain that spiritually and otherwise inflicted on mothers, but there's a real cost for the country who knows how much of its future we have sacrificed," Keyes said.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Dec. 1 recognized a Mississippi law that bans abortion after 15 weeks of pregnancy. The Supreme Court's final ruling will cut off abortion services for millions of women.
A woman's right to abortion was passed in 1973, following a Supreme Court ruling in the Roe v. Wade case. The said ruling gave American women an absolute right to an abortion in the first three months of pregnancy with limited rights in the second three months.
Two decades later, the court made another key resolution in the Planned Parenthood v. Casey case where it decided that states could not place an undue burden on women seeking abortions.
In 2018, a state law was approved in Mississippi that made abortions illegal after the first three months of pregnancy – including those committed through rape or incest.
However, it has not been enforced because the Jackson Women's Health Organization, Mississippi's lone abortion provider, has challenged the said law.
Sorbo also discussed her film titled "Systematic Deception," which is about black voices speaking about how the Democrats have mistreated the black community from its inception.
"We've just got a plethora of these voices of people who are fighting to try to wake up the black community that you know, these guys aren't your friends," said Sorbo.
Keyes said there are people who are trying anything to overthrow both God and country, especially the way of life which he said is based on the premise of responsible liberty used according to God's will.
"The black community, if you go back to their heritage, was willing to basically risk and give their lives for a true understanding that reflected God's will against man’s stealing and slavery. The first lie they tell is not about black folks. It's about white folks saying that America was founded in slavery," Keyes said.
"There was slavery in America. And America was not founded on slavery. A matter of fact, America started with the proclamation of freedom and understanding that makes slavery wrong, makes it a sin and makes it an unrighteous act."
The doctor turned political activist cited that Thomas Jefferson, a Founding Father of the U.S. who wrote the Declaration of Independence, raised the standard that condemned slavery and its implications.
"Look at what's happening now, in order to get away with killing babies in the room. They raised a standard that denies the humanity of the child in the womb that strips the child in the womb of personhood," said Keyes.
'That implies that any human being who gets in the way of more powerful people can be stripped of their humanity. So contrary to the founding spirit, which is to respect the truth even when it hurts your own situation, you aggrandize your own situation even though it leads to the utter disregard of the truth."
Keyes also slammed the way the government handled the COVID-19 pandemic.
"Part of the problem we're facing right now, I think with the whole crazy backwards way they dealt with the COVID virus, suppressing therapies, trying to act as if vaccines were ready, when they weren't really ready, denying adverse effects, denying the truth about what was going on," Keyes said.
"Actually, what's going on in all of this suggests that they were so intent on getting us to enslave ourselves to fear so that we would become dependent on what looks like it's going to be an endless regime of boosters and vaccines."
Meanwhile, Dr. Peter McCullough. an academic physician based in Dallas, Texas, said that COVID-19 was far more than just an infectious disease. It was an inflammatory illness, a prothrombotic and blood clotting illness all rolled into one.
McCullough lamented the fact that the federal government and its major health agencies like the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and National Institutes of Health (NIH) took on larger roles in the pandemic response and began to give orders instead of working for doctors and patients.
"I never got calls from the (U.S. COVID) Task Force. I never got calls from NIH, CDC or FDA. And here, America needed a treatment program to basically handle two bad outcomes – hospitalization and death," McCullough said.
"And I said, 'Listen, if this illness is going to sweep through our country, if we can prevent hospitalization and death, we can get through that.' Do you know that not a single world leader actually identified that as the objective to stop hospitalization and death? They actually were chasing other objectives. We wanted to reduce spread of disease, they wanted to get to zero cases."
McCullough added that everything done in the pandemic response was actually designed to promote fear, suffering, isolation, hospitalization and death.
"Well, the idea of not offering early treatment that this virus takes two weeks to make somebody sick enough to be hospitalized. The fact that the NIH put out guidelines that said, 'Do not treat the illness, do not touch it until a patient needs hospitalization.' And in fact, they don't even treat it, wait until they need oxygen before they get their first milligram of treatment. I think that will go down in history as the most nihilistic approach." McCullough said.
"And all it did was generate massive amounts of fear. Our poor seniors, when they got sick, they were at home, in their apartments or in their rooms, they couldn't see their family members, they got progressively more ill, more panic calls. And at the very end, they push the panic button to be hospitalized."
The Dallas-based doctor and author added that fear has been injected into the American population like an injection of psychological venom into society that kicks off a mass psychosis.
Watch the full Dec. 13 episode of "Let's Talk America" with Dr. Alan Keyes below.
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