President Trump has continued to make history, ever since he was elected. His biggest victories have come from making good on his campaign promises, despite overwhelming opposition. Perhaps his greatest accomplishments have come in the form of protecting American lives at every stage. And this Friday, he will once again make history when he appears at a 40+ year tradition.
The March for Life event has occurred every year since Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court ruling that made abortion legal. For forty-seven years, millions of Americans have traveled to Washington, D.C. to take a stand against the barbaric practice of abortion.
During that time, we’ve seen some incredible changes. Conservative leaders—in local and federal government—have fought to limit abortion’s scourge on our society. Past presidents have set rules to prevent U.S. dollars from funding abortion around the world. Republican-lead states have prevented or limited abortion in many cases.
But during the years of the Obama administration, abortion became out of control. Hundreds of millions of dollars were pumped into Planned Parenthood, an organization that prioritizes abortions (targetting mostly minority families). Obama encouraged abortions around the world, providing American funds to facilitate them. In Democrat-controlled states, abortion numbers reached new highs.
Then Donald Trump was elected president. His leadership has struck the greatest blow against the evils of abortion since perhaps Reagan. It might be the single reason Democrats hate him the most. He reinstated the Mexico City policy, he’s limited federal funds for abortions, and he’s appointed numerous pro-life judges and federal employees.
That includes two Supreme Court justices, giving the court it’s first conservative majority in years. Perhaps Roe v. Wade will be overturned sooner than we think.
Now, Trump is making history again, as he prepares to be the first president to appear at the March for Life rally this Friday.
President Donald Trump will attend the March for Life in Washington, D.C., Friday, making him the first U.S. president to do so.
The president will speak at the 47th annual March for Life, a pro-life demonstration following the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, March for Life President Jeanne Mancini announced Wednesday night.
The announcement comes one day after the president declared Jan. 22, the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the Sanctity of Human Life Day…
Trump becoming the first president to ever attend the March for Life in person is “a testament to his commitment to protecting the sanctity of life,” Trump campaign deputy press secretary Sarah Matthews told the Daily Caller News Foundation. [Source: Daily Caller]
The Trump administration had already set records for this march in the past. In 2017 and 2019, Vice President Mike Pence attended and spoke at the event. President Trump addressed the event in 2018 via satellite.
Now, President Trump will be at the event in person, the first president ever to do so. This not only is a big deal for the movement and all those attending, but it lends huge weight to the pro-life rally.
Democrats and the liberal media largely ignore this momentous event, hoping to hide the fact that millions of Americans are pro-life. They want the country to this March for Life is attended by a small minority of backward Americans.
After all, if more and more people see the kind of effect March for Life is having, they’ll back it too.
With President Trump attending, even more attention will be paid to this event. Millions of Americans will see just how passionate we are about ending abortion in this country. Pro-life citizens around the country will be empowered to stand up for their convictions. They will realize they are not alone, even if they live in a radical, liberal state.
President Trump’s speech will be posted to websites, blogs, and social media. It will be viewed around the world. That’s the last thing Democrats want, especially during their coordinated attempt to hurt his re-election, a.k.a: the impeachment.
But they will not be able to stop it. President Trump will continue to be an advocate for the unborn. And his presidency will mark a major turning point in the war to end abortion.