This Pro-Life group in Texas is pushing back against the source of the evil abortion agenda

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The fight to save unborn children is a spiritual battle.

Most of the time, the fight is in the courts and the legislature, but this fight is on a university campus.

Pro-life activists just got into this unexpected fight to remove a demonic statue that celebrates abortion.

Ginsburg believed that Roe wasn’t “women-centered” enough

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was an icon of the Radical Left. Known for staunch views on women’s rights, the late Supreme Court Justice even had a problem with Roe v. Wade

Ginsburg was critical of Roe because she viewed the ruling as not “women-centered” enough.

“It’s about the doctor’s freedom to practice…it was physician-centered,” she said, speaking at the University of Chicago Law School in 2013. 

The argument that she made was that the abortion lobby should have taken a more incremental approach to the legalization of abortion.  

Now Ginsburg is being turned into an idol by artist Shahzia Sikander in a statue called “Witness” that is set to be displayed at the University of Houston at the end of this month. 

The display will be featured in the Cullen Family Plaza until October of this year. 

Pro-Life groups are pushing back on the statue but not because of its reference to Ginsburg.

Artist says statue is meant to defend “right to abortion”

The idol, which stands at 18 feet tall centers around a “luminous figure” that, according to the artist, is a “nod to Ruth Bader Ginsburg.” 

But that isn’t what Pro-Life advocates are outraged over. 

The problem with this statue is the melding of Ginsburg with a demonic figure.

The statue features a “naked female figure with braids shaped like goat horns and arms like tentacles.” 

Now, Texas Right to Life is petitioning the university to stop them from displaying it on campus. 

The petition asks signers to help them “keep the satanic abortion idol out of Texas!”

The artist first unveiled the sculpture in New York City, where she faced similar public scrutiny. 

Sikander says that the statue is important because the “right to abortion” is under attack in a major way after the overturning of Roe v. Wade

“A statue honoring child sacrifice has no place in Texas”

The Texas Right to Life group has said that the artist has a greater demonic influence than what she lets on. 

“Disobedience to God certainly should not be esteemed by society, much less lauded with a statue,” they said, adding “a statue honoring child sacrifice has no place in Texas.”

The University of Houston has pushed back on the petition, saying that it is a “privately funded” exhibit and they were not endorsing it. 

“Displaying a temporary work from an artist is never meant to be a celebration of the artist or his/her work…” they said. 

The administration said that their goal is to “encourage critical reflection and exploration of important issues.” 

“A part of student education is to understand that art can evoke diverse interpretations and emotions and must find a way to engage in constructive dialogue,” they said.

Informed American will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.