The ancient Canaanites practiced child sacrifice. Not only does the Bible record it (Deuteronomy 12:31 for example), but Greek historians record in grisly detail how the Carthaginians (direct descendents of the Canaanites) burned their infants alive in sacrifice to their version of Baal. You can read the writings of Cleitarchus, Diodorus Siculus, and Plutarch for confirmation, or look at the archeological evidence from Carthage of hundreds of burial urns that contain the burned bones of infants.

The civilized world used to recoil in horror at the thought of child sacrifice.

Not anymore, apparently.

Recently the state legislature of New York passed a constitutional amendment to their state constitution that allows for abortion up to and including the ninth month. The bill also allows the killing of the child if born alive after a “botched” abortion. (Can’t let the child live, you know.) And finally the new law states that abortion can be done by people who are not medical professionals.

(The state house cheered…loudly.)

So much for the fear about “back alley abortions.” This new law actually allows it and promotes it now.

Then we have the governor of Virginia (a pediatrician!) respond to Virginia delegate Kathy Tran’s proposal allowing for abortion while the mother is in labor! Governor Northam said about such an abortion, “the infant would be delivered. The infant would be kept comfortable. The infant would be resuscitated if that’s what the mother and the family desired. And then a discussion would ensue between the physician and the mother.” A discussion about what?

(Notice how many times Dr. Governor says “the infant”. By this time it is no longer in the woman’s body. Apparently the child is no longer a “non-viable blob of tissue mass.” But no matter, it still has no right to life.)

A discussion about whether or not they should kill the child after it is born. Abortion after birth, if you will. Kill the child if it is no longer convenient for the mother or family…or the state. Sacrifice it on the altar of convenience.

Molech is pleased.