The original text is often misquoted as an excuse for anything and everything. “Do not judge ,so that you may not be judged.For with the judgment you make you will be judged,and the measure you give will be the measure you get.” (MT. 7:1-2) This refers to deciding who goes to Hell, and who goes to Heaven—God’s prerogative. Verse 6 makes it clearer: “Do not give what is holy to dogs....” indicating a need to discern (judge) what is holy and what is not. Mt.7:19-20 makes obvious judgment of what fruit (deeds) are needed requires judgment. Someone who believes the murder of unborn children is a matter of choice bears rotten fruit. (Not a Christian in his/her heart.)
You can quote scripture all that you want, but it is only God who can see into another’s heart. (Acts 15: 8) If you feel comfortable taking over God’s judgement, go for it. I will allow God to judge the hearts of others, and continue to work on saving the unborn and cleansing my own heart.