I don't need to inform you that there was a Trump sex talk tape. I don't have it in me to write a scathing post about the man. What good will it do?
Everywhere I look, I see prominent pro-life figures choose Trump as their hill to die on. He's what they stake their reputation on.
And they are losing all credibility in the eyes of those that advocate for survivors of domestic and sexual violence and in the eyes of the survivors themselves.
For years I have repeatedly told my less pro-life friends "No way. Pro-lifers care about women. We care about the circumstances that lead them to abortion. We care about every person." I have worked to hollow out this little corner of the Internet as a place that proves being pro-life is a consistent, all life has dignity sort of movement.
And these jokers are destroying that.
There are few Catholic pro-life voices out there saying "Wait a minute. This is not okay. It is not locker room talk. It is not okay for men to treat women as their personal playground." Do you know what they hear in response?
Get over it.
Get over it. We need the Supreme Court.
Get over it. But Clinton.
Get over it.
Do you know what that amounts to in the eyes of women that have experienced sexual assault?
Get over it You don't matter.
Get over it. Men can do what they want.
Get over it. Your safety is a sacrifice I am willing to make.
We needed to stand together on this one. Instead we are ripping ourselves apart and proving there is a difference between being anti-abortion and being pro-life.
Get over it. A phrase too often muttered at victims of violence.