Country music legend Charlie Daniels has come out swinging against New York's new abortion law, saying it is no different from the lives lost in the Holocaust and that the law is "every bit as satanically inspired" as the 1940s genocide.
What did he say?
In an op-ed for CNSNews, Daniels wrote, "There were six million Jews murdered by the Nazis, in gas chambers, mass shootings, and any other kind of monstrous methods of death these demonic animals could come up with."
"Horrible, right?" he continued. "Could never happen in the United States of America, right? Wrong."
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) recently signed a law permitting abortions up to the time that a full-term baby is in the mother's birth canal.
Daniels compared Cuomo's law — the "Reproductive Health Act" — to Adolf Hitler's "final solution," which referred to the mass execution of Jewish people.
In addition to permitting full-term abortions, the law also says that the killing of babies in utero during the commission of a crime will no longer be considered a homicide, and it revokes previously held protections of unborn children in the womb.
Daniels also addressed Virginia's proposed iteration of the bill, which would have permitted abortions on full-term babies. The bill was voted down, but that didn't prevent embattled Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam (D), a former pediatric neurologist, "from endorsing it.
In a controversial interview pertaining to the bill, Northam explained, "If a mother is in labor, I can tell you exactly what would happen. 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 physicians and the mother."
Daniels commented, "So, a living, breathing human being, alive and living on its own outside the womb, could legally be murdered if the mother wishes."
"[I]t's infanticide, plain and simple, and it's an evil, wicked, and ungodly service to the prince of darkness," he added, "innocence sacrificed on the altar of sexual convenience and political expediency."
Daniels added that God is waiting to judge those people who endorse, perform, and support such horrors.
"He is waiting behind the final veil at the end of the road we must all walk, where we will all appear and give account for the things we have done while on this earth, and we will all stand there, with no place to hide, where the verdicts are final and eternal," Daniels wrote. "And there is no appeal."