By: Bob Trent
There were two major rallies in Washington, D.C. in the last two weeks. The “Women’s March” initially claimed to be inclusive, but then it became apparent that the protest was primarily aimed at two things – opposing President Trump and promoting abortion. The Soros-funded organizers uninvited pro-life women and organizations partnered with the event even though it purported to be a march for the rights of all women.
In contrast was the March for Life, one of the largest rallies in the capitol every year, which welcomed people from across the spectrum and for the first time ever, the vice-president of the United States.
ADF Legal Counsel Christen Price joins hosts Kellie Fiedorek and Alison Howard to discuss why being pro-life is pro-woman.
And yet another scandal surrounds Planned Parenthood after dozens of employees admit the organization is primarily focused on abortion. Live Action released a stunning undercover report last showing Planned Parenthood affiliate employees caught on tape telling the truth: that Planned Parenthood does not offer prenatal care for women and the almost the only option they offer to women is to end the life of the child in their womb.
Planned Parenthood executives are on record, frequently, as saying the nation’s largest committer of abortion, does provide prenatal services to expectant mothers. Ironically, one of the Planned Parenthood employees refers the reporter – who is undercover as a pregnant woman – to Care Net, a pro-life support network for pregnant women that provide prenatal care at no cost to the mother.
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