Be Informed

November 9, 2023

We won’t waste your time. There is a real possibility that our wonderful pro-life state will be deciding
whether or not to put abortion (through all nine months) in the Missouri Constitution in November 2024. No, I didn’t accidentally type Missouri instead of California or New York.

There is not near enough time to go into all the details, but just know that in the very near future, as you
go into Target, Walmart, or some other business you might frequent, a person may try to stop you and
ask you to sign a petition for “reproductive healthcare,” “pro-life issues,” “gun control,” or who-knows-
what?! Whatever you do, don’t sign it!

Here is what you need to know:
~ The signature collectors are not necessarily residents of Missouri (and if they are, they aren’t all
registered voters).
~ The collectors are paid for each signature they secure.
~ The collectors are often paid by Soros-funded and pro-abortion groups.
~ Signers are supposed to be legal citizens, Missouri residents, and registered voters in Missouri.

What’s this all about? The pro-abortion crowd wants to put abortion on the 2024 ballot because they
are so angry that Missouri is an abortion-free state. After all, the abortion machine has secured victories
in Kansas, and most recently, Ohio, so now their sights are set on Missouri. Their favorite tactic is to put
very deceptive language on the ballot summary, so you think you’re voting for something good, when in
fact, you’re voting for something terrible. If you would like more information on this ballot initiative or
would like to have a representative explain this in more detail, please call 816-387-8090. What are we
going to leave the next generation? A culture of life or a culture of death?

“Silence in the face of evil is itself evil: God will not hold us guiltless.
Not to speak is to speak.
Not to act is to act.”

Dietrich Bonhoeffer

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