The whole abortion movement in America tends to be built on one lie after another. Roe v. Wade was decided by the Supreme Court (1973) based on the understanding that Roe had been raped—gang-raped no less. That was a lie. Roe later even became pro-life and told the truth, but it was too late. One of the big lies of abortion is that it’s a quick and expedient process, and the problem is solved. The pregnancy is over. There are no consequences. And yet thousands (millions?) of women who aborted end up feeling bad about it, even though they didn’t expect those repercussions. Vicki Thorn, founder of the Rachel Project, is involved in ministry in a Catholic setting to help women (of whatever background) to come to grips with their abortions. Vicki Thorn joins Jerry Newcombe to discuss post-abortion syndrome.

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