March for Life
ABC and CBS, NBC would like you to believe there is some sort of moral equivalence between pro-life #ProtestPP and the vile conduct of Planned Parenthood supporters and so they didn't even hint at the conflict between police and Planned Parenthood supporters, but you can see it for yourself in the MRC's must see video.
Vice President Mike Pence and top Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway will headline the pre-march rally on the National Mall, becoming the highest-ranking members of a presidential administration ever to speak at the annual protest. And President Trump plans to call in to the rally to voice his support, following a pattern set by two of his GOP predecessors.
It’s time for those supporting pro-abortion orthodoxy to come to terms with the fact that they don’t speak for women -- they speak in opposition to us. Women have made their choice. They have chosen to support abortion restrictions. It’s time for Washington to embrace this feminine consensus and to respect our collective decision.
The death industry is scared. Pictures of babies in their mother's womb are becoming clearer all the time, convincing more Americans that abortion is the intentional taking of innocent human life. The clock is ticking, and the time is getting late to continue the delusion that abortion does not kill.
Last year, like most years, the media coverage was so non-existent that the stranded attendees on the Pennsylvania Turnpike received more play than the March for Life itself. This year, thanks in part to the attention last Saturday's Women's March held the day after President Donald Trump's inauguration, and the inequity of coverage given to the March for Life for decades, that streak may finally end.
Yesterday, March for Life Action launched a major public awareness campaign highlighting the overwhelming pro-life consensus most Americans share on the issue of abortion. The first phase of the campaign will run Thursday through Monday, leading into the Presidential debate, and will include digital and television outreach. Targeting Columbus, OH; Dayton, OH; Pittsburgh, PA; Scranton, PA; Richmond, VA and the District of Columbia.
The media decided over the weekend to only give minimal coverage to the annual March for Life in Washington, D.C., which once again attracted large crowds even though this year's march coincided with a blizzard that closed the government and had many fleeing the city by Friday afternoon.
The March for Life is a sad occasion, since it marks a low point in American constitutional history. But it also is a moment of hope and triumph since it shows that people across the country will continue to fight for what’s right, irrespective of the odds.
To: Representative Renee Ellmers (R-NC02) and All Republican Representatives Who Block Pro-Life Legislation
As Americans prepare to march to the SCOTUS in subfreezing temperatures in the March for Life, Ted Cruz voiced his support. "Our law should protect innocent human life,” Cruz said. “Yet 41 years ago, the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision overturned the Texas law that prohibited abortion on demand.”