Trump is a champion of the pro-life movementOctober 1, 2019
To the editor:
President Trump recently gave a very import speech at the United Nations. You should note that the United Nations has a plan to impose abortion as “reproductive health” on the whole world. President Trump told the United Nations that he will stand in the way of this any way he can.
“Americans will never tire of defending innocent life," he said during his address. "We are aware that many United Nations projects have attempted to assert a global right to taxpayer-funded abortion on demand — right up until the moment of delivery. Global bureaucrats have absolutely no business attacking the sovereignty of nations that wish to protect innocent life.”
President Trump organized a letter signed by 19 nations saying that they would never accept coded abortion language like “reproductive health.”
Catholic writer Austin Ruse in Crisis Magazine wrote, “Given the heated reaction to Trump’s anti-abortion language, even within our own government, it’s even more remarkable that Trump has pressed the issue this far. Even us veteran pro-life advocates at the U.N. are surprised by how far he has gone. These aren’t the actions of a politician who’s merely pandering to religious conservatives: Trump is a true believer.”
Ruse says that Trump is defying both the U.S. and U.N. bureaucracies on behalf of the pro-life cause. Never has the pro-life movement had a president who defended its cause like President Trump has.
This is an enormous reason why the president’s enemies want to rid him from office. I think the president will prevail. And if one believes that God works his hand in the everyday affairs of man, one could easily believe that President Trump is being protected.
—Mike Gramelspacher Jr.
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