'In a lot of major cities in the U.S., you have Soros-backed prosecutors who were like-minded with Kim Gardner,' state Attorney General Andrew Bailey told The Epoch Times. 'Any time you see that kind of dark money flowing into those races to buy those political offices, that creates enormous problems for the population.'
The Swainstons are not being charged specifically with violating Idaho's new abortion trafficking law, as it is currently held up in litigation, but their case is seen by pro-lifers as an example of why the law is needed and potentially as a test case for the viability of such prosecutions.
It’s common for those defending deviant behavior to cite Jesus’ welcoming nature. The part of the Gospel which these sympathetic folks tend to ignore, however, is that such interactions were how Christ invited people to mend their ways, to change their lives, to be better.