Pro-Choicers Bully Teen Cancer Patient For Asking Texas Governor To Outlaw Abortion

Abortion advocates have resorted to bullying a cancer-stricken teen because he dared to ask Texas Gov. Greg Abbott to outlaw abortion.
Earlier this year, 16-year-old Jeremiah Thomas asked that Gov. Abbott grant his wish to outlaw abortion after being diagnosed with an extremely aggressive bone cancer. The request was made through the "Make a Wish Foundation."
"For my wish, I wanted to talk to you and discuss a bill of abolition [to end abortion]," said Jeremiah in a video to Abbott. "Sir, you would be representing the demands of Texans if you would pass this bill. We could end abortion here and now."
Abbott received Jeremiah's wish and promised him via video that he would grant him such an incredibly unselfish wish.
"Your wish is on the Republican party platform position," Governor Abbott said, "and we’re going to be pursuing this…And that is to outlaw abortion altogether in the state of Texas."
"So, your wish is granted," he added.
For this, pro-choice bullies have mercilessly attacked the teen as he stands within weeks of death, according to LifeNews.
"Cancer is giving your mom a late term abortion. Lmao [laughing my a– off]," one message said. "Jeremiah … You aren’t dead yet? God do your job!" said another. "Good Riddance," one user posted to Jeremiah’s prayer group page on Facebook.
Jeremiah’s mother, Kendra Thomas, said one person even accused her son of having "a racist, homophobic, misogynistic, xenophobic, Islamaphobic [sic], hateful" agenda.
"Instead of letting the hate get to him, his mother said, Jeremiah shut it out, even when he left hospice and returned home for what could be the last time," reports LifeNews.
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