A lone man was verbally attacked during the Women’s March because he supports the right to life of the unborn. Go figure…

The video below is full of hate for a man who thinks abortion shouldn’t happen.

How did women become so disconnected to the compassion for life?

D.C. police protect pro-life man at @womensmarch as women give him the finger and block him.

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The man is blocked by a woman who is then approached by one of the police officers. Do people with differing opinions not get a voice at the Women’s March? It would seem like it.

The March for Life yesterday was a glorious event with 100,000 people showing up to support the right to life:

Our favorite activist, Scott Presler, posted this image of himself and his mother on their way to the Pro-Life March in Washington D.C., where they’ll join thousands of mostly young students who have traveled from all over America, to defend the lives of the unborn.

Conservative reporter for OANN, Jack Posobiec tweeted this amazing video of the massive crowd in D.C., who are all marching for the most vulnerable among us—the ones who cannot speak for themselves—the unborn child.


Thousands of Americans are Marching For Life today, yet the mainstream media and social media platforms like Twitter, either snub them or completely ignore them. Conservative journalist, author, and commentator, Michelle Malkin asks Twitter why they give special emoji’s to every liberal march and movement, yet offer no special emoji to identify the pro-life marchers.

Here’s the live video of the March For Life, showing the amazing speakers who are bravely taking the stand to fight for life.

Life Site News reports – The theme of this year’s march is “Unique from Day One,” to emphasize the settled biological fact that the pre-born are living, complete, and distinct human beings starting at fertilization.

“Science is on the side of life,” the March for Life Defense & Education Fund declares. “Life, in its most vulnerable form, should be protected. That, in essence, is why we march. We march to end abortion, with the vision of a world where the beauty, dignity, and uniqueness of every human life are valued and protected.”

Speakers for the March include Sen. Steve Daines of Montana; Reps. Chris Smith of New Jersey and Dan Lipinski of Illinois; Louisiana state Rep. Katrina Jackson; conservative commentator Ben Shapiro; And Then There Were None founder and former Planned Parenthood insider Abby Johnson; Martin Luther King’s niece Dr. Alveda King of Priests for Life; American College of Obstetricians & Gynecologists fellow Dr. Kathi Aultman; Princeton Pro-Life president Ally Cavazos; Carl Anderson of the Knights of Columbus; and Archbishop Joseph Naumann of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.

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