This supposedly pro-life organization is in hot water after it fired one Christian employee for a reason that’ll make your head explode

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Did you know that being pro-Christian went against the pro-life message?

It’s a lesson one former pro-life employee learned the hard way.

And now this supposedly pro-life organization is in hot water after it fired one Christian employee for a reason that’ll make your head explode.

Pro-life rooted in Christianity

It’s hard to argue that our nation wasn’t founded on Christian principles.

Just open up the history book about the founding of the United States and you’ll see numerous examples of the founding fathers expressing their faith and obedience to God.

And from this tradition we’ve seen a split in politics where conservatives and Republicans tend to be vastly more Christian than Democrats.

That’s because conservatives usually hold more of the fundamental values our nation was built upon than Democrats.

And one of those fundamental values is the right to life.

As many people in the United States recognize, you cannot have any other right without the right to life.

If you don’t have the right to exist you don’t have the right to private property, freedom of speech, the Second Amendment, or to any other constitutionally protected right.

That’s why so many Republicans are pro-life.

But according to Ohio Right to Life, Christianity and the pro-life message cannot co-exist.

Does Ohio Right to Life support Christian values?

The now former communications director of Ohio Right to Life, Elizabeth Marbach, made headlines across the nation after she was criticized on X for claiming, “there is no hope for any of us outside of having faith in Jesus Christ alone.”

Nothing about this tweet would seem off putting or even offensive to the average person.

But for some reason, that simple statement was offensive to self-proclaimed MAGA leader and Congressman Max Miller (R-OH).

“This is one of the most bigoted tweets I have ever seen,” Miller lashed out on X. “Delete it, Lizzie. Religious freedom in the United States applies to every religion. You have gone too far.”

Miller has since tried to backtrack this tweet against Christian values.

But it was weird to many that this would be noteworthy for a Member of Congress.

But come to find out, Marbach works for Miller’s wife, Emily Moreno Miller, who is on the Ohio Right to Life’s Board of Directors.

And magically, a week after putting up the tweet for Christian values – and a week after Rep. Miller lashed out at her the same way Democrats would, causing him to be criticized by many Republicans – Ohio Right to Life fired Marbach.

Ohio Right to Life has since claimed the firing wasn’t about the tweet.

They claim, in very legal fashion, that Marbach was not fired because of one single incident.

People need to make sure the groups they support actually stand for what they claim.

And the folks over at Ohio Right to Life should be answering a lot of such questions moving forward.

Does the right to life and Christianity go hand and hand?