President Trump and Vice-President Pence Address March For Life Audience…

The 45th annual March for Life is taking place in Washington DC today, and President Trump broadcasts a live-feed message for all the people attending.

Speaking from the Rose Garden, President Donald Trump and Vice-President Mike Pence delivered remarks which were simultaneously broadcast to the national mall.

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  1. belle819 says:

    President Trump’s speech had me in tears…

    Liked by 11 people

    • liberty, not license says:

      Likewise for me, Belle –unexpectedly so. It has been and continues to be a long battle.

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    • KittyKat says:

      Me too.

      How did humans and even churches get so hard-hearted that they scoff at such principles and hopes?

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      • joninmd22 says:

        Selling your soul for convenience is easy.

        Doing the right thing is hard.

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      • social justice. Saul Alinsky really got to many of the Jesuits (not all! Some are still very faithful to their founding saint, Saint Ignatius Loyola, a brave and courageous ex military hero who found God while convalescing after a battle with the french where THEY were so impressed by his courage that they carried him off hte field to receive medical care) first and then the Catholic church started accepting the lunch program and with that the public education leftist propaganda infiltrated all their schools and even many of their colleges.

        There ARE many Catholics still, who get the truth, witness that though the marchers are from all faiths, even atheist, the bulk these days are courageous young Catholics from all over the country and the world…it’s really awesome to see thta San Francisco one (Sunday the 27th) fill up the city with tens of thousands and the Antifa and women’s idiot activists are beside themselves that now it’s primarily YOUNG people who reject their leftist/life hating shrieking.

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        • Don'tMessWithTexas says:

          As you know, Saul Alinsky knew that Fascism was not going to go over well in a Republic. He knew it would take generations of indoctrination. The tool for that was “‘social justice”. Being compassionate and Christian as a nation, he knew within 3 generations of being in our public schools that he could win out through social justice. Hillary Clinton did her college thesis on him he was so revered by her. Of course, we now have the indoctrination of the folks who fought the Brown Shirts in Nazi Germany over who was going to be the winning thug, Anti-Fa, alive and well on our college campuses, police force, unions, and government. DJT has his work cut out for him. #MAGA!

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    • Don'tMessWithTexas says:

      What a great looking group of wholesome Americans who love life.
      Have you seen the angry P u $$ y hats beating drums in CA today? Oh my. CA, please secede.

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  2. Peter says:

    God bless them all. Especially bless Students For Life. If you can spare any change take a look at their web site, pray and give as you’re led. I have supported SFL for years. God bless America and save us from Satan and his hordes. Isaiah 59:19

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  3. Ziiggii says:

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    • KittyKat says:

      like

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    • olderwiser21 says:

      How wonderful to have a President who actually celebrates the unborn instead of classifying them as a “mistake he wouldn’t want his daughters to be burdened with” – you know who I am talking about – he who shall not be named. Evil, evil person. I would hate to be Cecile Richards and have to face God in the afterlife knowing that I spent my own life perpetuating this evil.

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  4. Gov Jay says:

    Planned Parenthood is nothing but a money laundering outfit for the Marxist democrats… once you understand this… you know why they support abortion… or as they call it “women’s reproductive rights”… or some other BS…

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    • TheLastDemocrat says:

      They have gotten themselves way tied into Dem Party politics.
      However, that is the only way they can survive. Without abortion, there is no reason for a PP clinic anywhere, anymore – first, low-income people have a federally-qualified health center accessible, nowadays, which can cover all the other services PP does, and second, PP does only a very limited menu of services – so why not go to a FQHC, where they can do the full range of primary care?

      Thus, without abortion, they have no reason for existence. If enough states handicap PP, they will eventually have no money flow. Then, no political power. A Dem could be pro-life – as many Hispanics are – and win Dem offices here and there.

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      • Sylvia Avery says:

        “A Dem could be pro-life – as many Hispanics are – and win Dem offices here and there.”

        I’m not sure I believe that is true any longer. The Dims really drum anyone prolife out of the corps. They truly excel at forming a solid front on every issue and allowing NO disagreement or individualism. There just isn’t room for that in the totalitarian environment their party is embracing.

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    • Turranos says:

      “Planned Butcherhood”

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      • Cuppa Covfefe says:

        At its root, it is child sacrifice to Baal. Plain and simple. There is a deep and dark reason why the DEMONcRATs promote and encourage and fund abortion (Hill-the-BEAST, Pelosi, Boxer, Schumer, Waterbuffalo-Schultz, most of Hollyweird, the Paedostas, etc.) and it’s connected also to Paedogate (aka Pizzagate).

        The DEMONcRATs don’t want children. They HATE children, as they’re GOD’s gift to us.
        They only want voters, be they children, adults, dead, alive, bussed-in, or illegal. To paraphrase Tina Turner, “what’s life got to do with it?”…

        Eventually those who kill their own will pay. Here’s hoping they learn, and turn. Because they’re not only killing their own future, they’re killing ours, too…

        For it isn’t “Their Body”… IT’S THE BABY’S BODY!!!

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        • KittyKat says:

          In many ancient societies, child sacrifice was integral to their religion.

          The real significance of the Abraham and Isaac story, is how he realized the ancient belief of appeasing God through child sacrifice was not at all God’s will, even though Abraham had mistakenly thought it was, having been raised in the ancient Chaldean city of Ur.

          Thus Abraham became the father of a great religion that did not practice child sacrifice, (except when they fell away and joined their heathen neighbors worshipping idols in the groves.)

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          • Cuppa Covfefe says:

            GOD was testing Abraham, just as HE tested Job. There was no iniative on the part of Abraham, as he did NOT want to sacrifice his own child: he followed GOD’S commands both in that, and afterward, although he was not perfect…

            And child sacrifice is SATANIC. There are former Black Magick Illuminized witches who talk and write about their experiences with that. Also, the Dutch Financier who spoke of his experience in the highest levels of international finance spoke of THEIR child sacrifices. So the practice lives on to this day…

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            • TheLastDemocrat says:

              Some, if not many, if not most, of the Bible stories have more than one meaning.
              One layer is simply to document history.
              In many places, the story is an advance confirmation that we can believe that Jesus was the Messiah. This confirms Messianic prophecy, which many Jewish people strive to argue away, and confirms who the Messiah is / would be.

              Some try to claim that the Messiah came after AD70. Pretty challenging to verify the lineage from Aaron and David, per prophecy, after AD70!

              Look geographically where Issac was laid down for sacrifice.
              Look at the story: a father faithfully sacrifices his son.
              Look just after Abraham averts from sacrificing Isaac – a ram is seen with his head stuck in what? – a crown of thorns.
              Isaac carried the wood for the pyre; Jesus carried his cross.

              Multiple levels of meaning. We are not in disagreement if we bring up valid ideas about the meaning of this event.

              Bonus: This verification of 1. God, 2. the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob; 3. the Prophecies is done along the lines of: The Scientific Method: test a hypothesis, developed a priori, in several ways, and if it does not get disproven, we really ought to consider it as true.

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              • Cuppa Covfefe says:

                Yep. Just about all major events of the Old Testament foreshadow (and/or forewarn) events in the New Testament, and often Bible passages that speak to the generation of the time also point to the future. Proof also that the Bible is Divinely Inspired – a human author would neither be able to think that way, nor see ahead. The New Testament being the fulfillment of the Old Testament.

                It’s also fascinating how many things in the Bible are being confirmed (dug up, etc.) even now. Josh McDowell’s “Evidence That Demands A Verdict” has a lot, but there are many other books out there.

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                • Vince says:

                  Very True. Abraham was tested, but God told him not to sacrifice his son. However, in time God did allow his own son to be sacrificed. Where God never demanded that we sacrificed our own children to serve him, he did sacrifice his son to save us.

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        • Yep it is as ancient pagan as they come…and satanic.

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  5. mamajen says:

    Unbelievable that it has taken this long for a president to be brave enough to speak to these people in person. And it was Donald Trump. Too many of my Catholic friends sneered at candidate Trump, and still sneer at President Trump when he isn’t “holy” enough for them. I prayed the rosary every day for months leading up to the election for his success and protection. I couldn’t be prouder of my president. Thank you, President Trump. None of us is perfect. You are a perfect example of how God can work through an imperfect human being. I love you.

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    • Patrick Blasz says:

      You’ve inspired me to pick up my Rosary. Thank you. Our president needs the intercession of our Blessed Mother.

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    • liberty, not license says:

      My experience, too, mamajen, with some active pro-life Protestant relatives. (Shudder) –those were some hard days in the primary and general once I got.(early) on the Trump train. So happy to be vindicated! Not that I am getting the satisfaction of anybody saying they were wrong lol Oh, well, it was all the fantastic information and analysis here that helped and still does form my outlook, so I guess I shouldn’t take credit anyway.

      I, too, am so proud to have cast my vote for this man and love him, too; I genuinely appreciate all he and his family have sacrificed. I even paid for my daughter and self to get a facial at his hotel when we visited DC last week; it was, ahem, somewhat out of my usual price range, bit I was thrilled to contribute in a minute but concrete way to the Trump family coffers. 🙂 (Great rationalization for a splurge!) I pray for him, his staff, family and administration with almost every rosary I pray, too.

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      • liberty, not license says:

        Oh, oh, oh –and that has long been a pet peeve of mine that no even supposedly”pro-life” president ever bothered to personally address the Marchers (Reagan did address by phone but still –presidents will go all over to fund raise, etc, but couldn’t bother to address tens of thousands of marchers/constituents right up the streets from them?) who often suffer great inconvenience to be there. Yes, it was President Trump, the one not “presidential” enough, who has shown true leadership with this. God bless him.

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        • Aristotle said: “Courage is the mother of all virtues because without it, you cannot consistently perform the others.” Courage is notably absent in politicians because success is obtained in that arena by an ever-expanding circle of friendships. Trump is revealing to the nation how courage clears the way for virtuous action.

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        • Michelle says:

          Matthew 7:15-20
          15 “Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing but inwardly are ravenous wolves. 16 You will recognize them by their fruits. Are grapes gathered from thornbushes, or figs from thistles? 17 So, every healthy tree bears good fruit, but the diseased tree bears bad fruit. 18 A healthy tree cannot bear bad fruit, nor can a diseased tree bear good fruit. 19 Every tree that does not bear good fruit is cut down and thrown into the fire. 20 Thus you will recognize them by their fruits.

          I would say that President Trump is bearing good fruit, unlike those before him.

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    • RunnerMom in Idaho says:

      You said it perfectly. God bless our President.

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    • RunnerMom in Idaho says:

      Perfectly said. God bless this President.

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    • piper567 says:

      mamajen, I hope you have an opportunity to help your friends understand that some things, such as one’s attitudes ab people and life and patriotism are more important than superficial persona attributes.
      God bless you for being faithful, and getting it that if God did not work through imperfect people, He would have nobody to perform His will.

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    • me too. Every day still pray for him on my rosary.

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    • Don'tMessWithTexas says:

      I am a Protestant but asked my Catholic, Lebanese friend to light a candle every day before the election about 6 weeks out. The night he won, she and I cried on the phone at 2;30 a.m. CST, 11/09/16. We fondly still relive the event.

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  6. deh3k says:

    It seems that God’s hand is truly on the President.

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  7. John Rawls says:

    John Brennan was hacked and ‘controlled’ by a 15 year British kid, who then accessed all sorts of military intel.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/01/19/british-15-year-old-gained-access-intelligence-operations-afghanistan/

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  8. Sayit2016 says:

    Annual March for Life 45th year– honored by President Trump # 45. Coincidence ?

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  9. TheLastDemocrat says:

    And, to be insulting, NBC news home main webpage cover story has a picture of a crowd at the Capital – a cover story retrospectively basking in the glory of the puzz why hat march on the capital. Sick people.

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  10. bluegirl says:

    So proud of President Trump and Vice President Pence for their speech, love and support for March For Life!!!!

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  11. Mary Ann says:

    Another reason for the left to hate Trump.. and another reason for me to love him 🙂

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  12. calbear84 says:

    Every child is a precious gift from God – PDJT

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  13. Pam says:

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  16. Fetus debasement fosters on children a sense of worthlessness. Is it any wonder why many kids choose a hollow-point destiny?

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  17. frank field says:

    I want to reiterate my thankfulness for this site. I want to reiterate my thankfulness for Sundance. Since I am a litmus test kinda guy, I originally supported Cruz but found out about his true character here in the Treehouse. Thank God He brought us Trump for such a time as this. I long for the day when our confiscated tax dollars no longer fund the wholesale slaughter of the unborn.

    DRAIN IT

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  18. Mike says:

    A woman’s right to choose…to rip the still beating heart of a baby from the womb.

    Even the Aztecs weren’t so sick.

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    • Cuppa Covfefe says:

      Yep. And no one ever asks the baby’s opinion…

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    • covfefe999 says:

      To me, allowing it to get to the point of abortion is just plain crazy and lazy. Women have a plethora of birth control options including not sleeping with random guys. Emergency contraception is available over the counter in most states I think, maybe all. If the careless women were at all careful I think 99% of abortions wouldn’t occur.

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  19. Pam says:

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  20. Albertus Magnus says:

    We are so grateful to the President for his kind words in the Rose Garden today! Below is my press release regarding his speech. Also, thank you to those of you who have emailed us with donations and offers to volunteers! I am so overwhelmed at the Treepers here and your support and friendship as well! #LoveSavesLives

    Press Release:
    All across the country, single mothers make the sacrificial choice for life with the help of hundreds of thousands of pro-life people. They provide nurturing love and support so that a Culture of Life will be built in the country. In every community there are women in need and people working to help them. Please reach out and add your heart and hands to those efforts

    President Trump addressed the 45th National March for Life today via satellite from the Rose Garden. During his speech, the President acknowledged the life-saving work of Room At The Inn and our own Marianne Donadio, our VP of Marketing and Development.

    Room At The Inn, a nationally accredited Catholic ministry serving homeless, pregnant women and single mothers with children was honored to be included in President Trump’s address and Rose Garden ceremony. “To see not only our work acknowledged in this forum as well as the personal story of our own Marianne Donadio, a prolife heroine in her own right, makes us proud”, said O. Albert Hodges, M.A., President/CEO of Room At The Inn.

    Room At The Inn provides housing and programs in the Triad area of North Carolina and is listed in the Official Catholic Directory (P.J. Kenedy and Sons). For more information, please visit http://www.RoomInn.org or visit us on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/Room-at-the-Inn-159268984085406/

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    • ruralnc says:

      Thank you so much, Albertus, for the Room At The Inn website information. I immediately emailed it to my county’s GOP Women’s Club program chair and she’s already replied that we will submit a request for your org to present a program to our club. We’re about 20 miles away from G’boro and most indeed pro-life. If arrangements can be made, it will be one of the best programs our club has ever had. Good luck and thank you for the services you provide.

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    • AM says:

      “All across the country, single mothers make the sacrificial choice for life with the help of hundreds of thousands of pro-life people”

      The sacrificial choice of single mothers to give up their child to a proper home with a Mother and Father and for them to hit the reset button on their life. Not killing the kid is the least bar of expected behavior.

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  21. Luke from NJ says:

    Thank God for our President and Vice President!! My wife and kids got to watch it live on TV while I was at work. We are in a blessed and special time in History in our Country.

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  22. Albertus Magnus says:

    Our Congressman just tweeted our about the President’s remarks about us and his staff told me that PDJT retweeted it! (I don’t have twitter). Congressman Walker is awesome!

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  23. Pam says:

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  24. TwoLaine says:

    How very beautiful and historic.

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  25. Pam says:

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  26. Timmy-the-Ute says:

    I have been a supporter pf the Pro-Life movement for almost 40 years and today is the first time I ever heard of someone using the term Pro-birth to describe another. Apparently you have to support the modern social welfare state, and gun control to be Pro-life for some. Not sure you have to be a vegan to be Pro-life too.

    The Pro-life movement has always bought people together from different backgrounds, now you have to pass a litmus test. I have a feeling this has to be with conflict between liberal Catholics and conservative Evangelicals.

    Anyhow, “God bless Pres. Trump”, even if he is only Pro-birth.

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    • AM says:

      “Apparently you have to support the modern social welfare state, and gun control to be Pro-life for some”

      There’s no need for welfare if single mothers are universally encouraged to give up their child in an open or closed adoption to a couple with a proper Mom and Dad. In some ways the modern pro-life movement is sort of grasping at lowest bar behavior patterns. We don’t have the high ground and haven’t since single motherhood became “okay”.

      “The Pro-life movement has always bought people together from different backgrounds, now you have to pass a litmus test. I have a feeling this has to be with conflict between liberal Catholics and conservative Evangelicals.”

      Liberal Catholics are pro-choice. Moderate Catholics, unfortunately tend to stuff themselves with a diet of “3rd way” non-sense where they are for babies and then the rest of the Democratic platform non-sense. They are mostly liberal in every sense, except they understand, at least that abortion=killing. Conservative Catholics tend to be on the same page as conservative Evangelicals in terms of gun control, socialism, etc.

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  27. EWTN television and website have been televising this from start to finish for I think over a decade now. The interviews are amazing, especially those who were not aborted after rape or who converted after working for Planned Parenthood. Amazing and also inspires tears and gratitude.

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  28. Pam says:

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  29. Taximom07 says:

    I attended the March today and besides the enthusiasm of the crowd, I was so impressed with the overwhelming number of young people that were there. Students of all ages, from high school through college and beyond. They are the hope, they are the ones who will carry the fight forward, and there are a LOT of them. It gives me hope that the next generation will see the day that this holocaust is ended, God willing⛪️🙏

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    • olderwiser21 says:

      Pam – holocaust, indeed. Thank you for calling it what it is..

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    • sunnydaze says:

      A lot of the youth of today (and the past 30-40 years) are more aware of real life consequences of unhindered and encouraged abortions.

      They’re the ones who are missing half their siblings and cousins and friends because of what’s happened since the 70’s.

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  30. magaskook says:

    God bless President Trump!

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  31. Ziiggii says:

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  32. no-nonsense-nancy says:

    Forty five years ago I was expecting my 3rd child. My horrible ex husband heckled me for 6 weeks to have an abortion because he felt we couldn’t afford another child. Of course I did not do it. Today I am celebrating the 45th birthday of my beautiful daughter, one of the most lovely people you could ever meet. I have never told this to anyone in my family for fear it would get back to her.

    Also, about 18 years ago my daughter in law found out she had breast cancer 4 days after finding out she was pregnant. She and my son went to their fertility doctor and he said that most couples abort. That was not an option for them. My heart aches that 13 years ago we lost her, but I have a wonderful, healthy 17 year old grandson. He’s a miracle because he went through 2 rounds of harsh chemo drugs in utero.

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  33. IdahoDeplorable says:

    God Bless our President and Vice-President for getting out there and supporting pro-life. Remember a year ago when they said he was only lying and he was really pro-choice? God has his hand on our President and Vice-President.

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  34. lepanto says:

    President Trump gave a magnificent speech to the March for Life, televised live from the Rose Garden to the huge video screen, watched by the yuuuge crowd of mostly young people on the Mall. His speech could be studied for years to come as a model of Pro-Life rhetoric.

    “The March for Life is a movement born out of love: you love your families; you love your neighbors; you love our nation; and you love every child born and unborn, because you believe that every life is sacred, that every child is a precious gift from God.”

    He introduced a wonderful woman, Marianne Donadio from Greensboro North Carolina, who helps to run a maternity home, called “Room at the Inn”, as an example of what the Pro-Life movement produces out of love. Quite different from what the abortion industry does.

    The website for Room at the Inn is very interesting: https://www.roominn.org/

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  35. sunnydaze says:

    FYI>>> March for Life is on Cspan 1 for the next few hours.

    Pres. Trump is speaking now.

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  36. Some years ago a young couple stood on the steps on the Supreme Court with LIFE tape during a year of devotion to praying for the unborn of our nation.

    As things unfolded, they have been a large part of creating an adoption agency that takes care of the mothers to be with the love of Christ and helps each one choose the best path for their child. Run as a non-profit, they have worked to make adoption affordable for Christian families who want to open their hearts to some of these children. I have so much respect for them.
    http://www.zoeshouseadoptions.com/

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