Today Millions of People Will March Peacefully to Protest the Unjust Murder of Innocent Children

 

January 22nd is marked around the world as a day to “march for life” and millions of people will join together in doing so. They will march to protest the unjust murder of millions of children through the holocaust of abortion and they will pray for the forgiveness of a just God for the sins of a fallen planet. Please join us in praying, protesting and begging our God to end abortion forever.

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Senator Mike Lee:

January 22 is a bittersweet day in America.

On this day 43 years ago, the Supreme Court of the United States issued two unconscionable decisions in the cases of Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton that made abortion legal and available on demand across the country.

These decisions defied the spirit and the letter of the Constitution, invalidated 50 state laws, denied the truth about the dignity of all human life and the humanity of the unborn, and they ushered in the greatest human-rights scandal of our time – an abortion industry that has claimed the lives of more than 50 million of our brothers and sisters… and counting.

That is what happened on January 22, 1973.

But what took place exactly one year later was even more momentous.

On January 22, 1974 thousands of Americans rallied together on the steps of the Capitol building here in Washington, D.C. to celebrate life and to stand up for the truth about the unborn.

On that day the March for Life was born, and January 22 has never been the same. Every year since, on that same day, untold thousands of citizens gather in the nation’s capital on behalf of the most vulnerable among us.‪#‎MarchForLife‬ ‪#‎WhyWeMarch‬

January 22 is a bittersweet day in America. On this day 43 years ago, the Supreme Court of the United States issued two unconscionable decisions in the cases of Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton that made abortion legal and available on demand across the country. These decisions defied the spirit and the letter of the Constitution, invalidated 50 state laws, denied the truth about the dignity of all human life and the humanity of the unborn, and they ushered in the greatest human-rights scandal of our time – an abortion industry that has claimed the lives of more than 50 million of our brothers and sisters… and counting. That is what happened on January 22, 1973. But what took place exactly one year later was even more momentous. On January 22, 1974 thousands of Americans rallied together on the steps of the Capitol building here in Washington, D.C. to celebrate life and to stand up for the truth about the unborn. On that day the March for Life was born, and January 22 has never been the same. Every year since, on that same day, untold thousands of citizens gather in the nation’s capital on behalf of the most vulnerable among us. #MarchForLife #WhyWeMarch

Posted by United States Senator Mike Lee on Friday, January 22, 2016

Rep. Sean Duffy (R-WI) asks some powerful questions.

Rep. Mike Pompeo (R-KS):

The snow won’t stop the marching.

They march in Canada too.

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