Friday, January 27, 2017

Will media finally cover the March for Life event?

Today about 500,000 people are expected to march in Washington, D.C., in defense of the voiceless who are aborted every day in America. Vice President Mike Pence is scheduled to address the crowds today, the first time such a high ranking official has ever acknowledged the largely pro-life crowd who gather each year to remind us of the worst Supreme Court decision since Dred Scott - that being, Roe v. Wade, the 1973 decision that made abortion legal in all 50 states.

It is mind boggling that the country's largest abortion provider, Planned Parenthood, still tries to claim that it offers healthcare to women, when time and time again they are exposed for doing no such thing. Try calling any Planned Parenthood clinic and ask for pre-natal services or a mammogram. You will get turned down because they do not offer those services. They offer abortion services, and perhaps other sexual-related services like STD screening.

No doubt, you can count on pro-abortion protesters to be present at today's March for Life screaming about the government keeping its "hands off our bodies" while demanding that government pay for abortions and contraception so women can continue doing what they want with their (and their unborn children's bodies) with no responsibility of their own.

You can also count on the event getting little coverage in comparison with what the "Women's March" got last week following the inauguration of President Donald Trump. But with a newly elected pro-life president and vice-president, maybe the mainstream media will be more likely to tune in. Of course, any coverage the event might receive could likely be skewed to portray today's marchers as extremist, bigoted, ignorant crazies, rather than the good-hearted, loving supporters of life that they really are. We'll see how it goes.

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