Oklahoma Republican Declares That Rape Is The ‘Will Of God’

By Stephen D. Foster Jr. | 22 March 2017
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Women should get as far away from Oklahoma as soon as possible because Christian Sharia law is about to make their lives a living hell.

If Oklahoma state GOP Rep. George Faught has his way, rape will be on the path to being legal in the state. At least that’s what rapists are hoping for after Faught made a frightening statement on the subject during a debate on House Bill 1549, which restricts abortion.

Democratic Rep. Cory Williams masterfully cornered Faught during the hearing by asking him if he believes rape and incest are the “will of God” since the legislation has no exceptions for either, meaning women would be forced to give birth to their rapist’s baby.

Faught’s reply is absolutely appalling and demonstrates once again why women should never vote for Republicans, especially Republicans who want to base our laws on the Bible.

“Well, you know, if you read the Bible, there’s actually a couple circumstances where that happened,” Faught said. “The Lord uses all circumstances. I mean, you can go down that path, but it’s a reality unfortunately.”

Faught literally just used the Bible to justify rape. And then he used it to justify incest.

“Same answer,” Faught replied. Then he argued that Williams’ questions have nothing to do with the bill. Williams vehemently disagreed and explained why.

“You are proffering a divine intervention as the reason why you won’t do that and so I think it is very important,” Williams said before demanding Faught repeat his answer again. “This body wants to know — and myself personally — whether you believe rape and incest are actually the will of God.”

Faught obliged and stated that rape and incest are God’s will because God is sovereign over all activities that happen.

“It’s a great question to ask. And, obviously if it happens in someone’s life, it may not be the best thing that ever happened, but — so you’re saying that God is not sovereign with every activity that happens in someone’s life and can’t use anything and everything in someone’s life and I disagree with that.”

Seriously.

Here’s the video via YouTube.

This is exactly the same kind of statement that Republicans like Rick Santorum and Richard Mourdock made during the 2012 Election.

“I believe and I think the right approach is to accept this horribly created — in the sense of rape — but nevertheless a gift in a very broken way, the gift of human life, and accept what God has given to you,” Santorum said during his run for the presidency. “As you know, we have to, in lots of different aspects of our life. We have horrible things happen. I can’t think of anything more horrible. But, nevertheless, we have to make the best out of a bad situation.”

“I’ve struggled with it myself for a long time, but I came to realize that life is that gift from God,” Mourdock said during his Senate run in Indiana. “And even when life begins in that horrible situation of rape, that it is something that God intended to happen.”

Both of these guys think that rape is sanctioned by God and that women should appreciate the “gift” God is giving them by force. It’s disgusting and is the reason why both men lost their races.

And now Faught should be ousted from office as well.

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1662 COMMENTS

  1. A person that thinks that rape and incest is the will of God had not read the Bible. I understand the assertion of those that believe that abortion is also wrong and the means doesn’t justify this end. I don’t agree with it. I believe it’s the woman’s right to choose whether to have an abortion or not…especially because the rapist has parental rights when it comes to these kids…they have the right to prevent an adoption and also insist on visitation and/or custody rights in many states. I’m not in favor of victimizing the woman any more than she already has..so if she chooses abortion I support that decision and if she chooses to put a child up for adoption or keep the child I support that too. As to aborting after a heart beat develops..many women don’t even know they’re pregnant by the time the heart beat develops. This fetus is not viable just because the heart beat has begun so to me that argument means nothing and that law should be declared unconstitutional.

  2. Most of you seem to be missing the point. What you believe about what your God can do or can’t do, what your God wants or doesn’t want, is moot in a democracy founded and rooted in the separation of church and state. The problem here is that laws should not be based on one elected official’s particular religious beliefs. The debate quoted in the article should take place in a church, not on the floor of a government body determining laws that will be imposed on people of all religions or no religion at all. if your beliefs forbid abortion and you get raped and pregnant, don’t have one. But it is anti-American to force that religious belief on anyone else who doesn’t share it.

  3. Does this guy have any daughters? (According to his Wikipedia article he does indeed have at least one [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Faught ]) I have to wonder if he'd be okay with having her raped and *then* being forced to give birth. Would he happily accept this "gift from God" into his family, or would he immediately put it up for adoption?

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