Jen Hatmaker, the popular I’m-pretending-to-be-a-Christian-but-I’m-actually-a-pagan mommy-blogger and podcaster that is quickly climbing the ranks from “Gadfly False Teacher” to “Arch-Heretic,” has continued to out herself as a vessel of inhabitation for shifty-eyed swine who’d rather not go off a cliff, this time by coming out in support of abortion and “women’s rights.’
Last time we caught up with her, she was celebrating homosexuality, and being pro-transgender. She also became a woke racial justice warrior by saying, “the center of the church has failed to be black, gay, and transgender, and lamenting the death of notorious pro-abort Ruth Bader Ginsberg, giving her the benediction, “Well done, good and faithful servant.” There’s also the time she began to wonder if God is a woman, opening herself to the ‘Feminine Divine,’ which was her latest pursuit.
Now, she’s lamenting the reversal of Roe v. Wade, writing on Facebook how and sharing the following message:
In a post on her website, when the SCOTUS leak was first announced, Hatmaker also wrote:
I want to focus on is the immediate, disproportionate harm this will cause women. And not just emotional harm; physical and legal harm
…Abortion is a choice women make for endless personal reasons including the health of the mother, the health of the baby, rape, incest, viability, financial instability, a dangerous home environment, lack of help, and of course reasons that are theirs alone…as are their bodies.
This is intensely personal and private, and women deserve agency and choice not only with their bodies but over the decision to parent for the rest of their lives. Anti-abortion advocates have every right to their convictions, but those convictions should only apply to their bodies, their families, and their futures.
…Women deserve agency over their own bodies and their own futures. The overturning of Roe is a shocking, unprecedented repeal of women’s rights, and it will not be the end.
First Hatmaker publicly abandoned biblical sexual morality, then she abandoned the babies. Even though she’s privately renounced Christ a long time ago, her eventual public repudiation of the Lord of Glory is all but assured.