The 2021 March for Life happened on Friday. Watch the full march below:

“As we enter the beginning of a new presidential administration—one that has signaled they will make divisive pro-abortion, pro-death policy decisions like forcing taxpayers to pay for abortions both here and abroad, while also sending more government funding to abortion providers like Planned Parenthood—we ask President Biden to consider unifying pro-life policy decisions, policies that are supported by the clear majority of Americans, like those three-quarters of Americans who believe abortion should be limited at most to the first three months of pregnancy—not any time in pregnancy, including up until the moment of birth,” said March for Life President Jeanne F. Mancini in an opening statement.

Lila Rose of Live Action said during her remarks, “Our politics will not change until our people change. Politics have been incredibly disappointing. The law is horribly unjust. And yet, our political breakthroughs, our political successes, will only be short-term unless they are rooted in deep cultural breakthroughs.”

Benjamin Watson, former New England Patriot tight end, told men during his speech not to “believe the lie that [aortion] is not your issue.” He added, “Instead, speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves. Speak for the rights of all who are destitute. Speak up and judge fairly. Defend the rights of the poor and the needy.”

Congresswoman Kat Cammack of Florida’s 3rd Congressional District addressed the March, telling a personal pro-life story. “Before I was born, my mother suffered a devastating stroke just before giving birth to my sister,” she said.

“Doctors told her then that future pregnancies would be extremely high-risk. Years later, when she was pregnant with me, against the urging of her doctors and even family, she did something incredible: she chose life. Her bravery and courage in the face of this very difficult decision led to my passion for standing up for the rights of the innocent and the unborn.” 

“Life is sacred. The fights of unborn children are sacred, and this movement to support the right to life is a critical one. I vow to stand up for the millions of innocent lives across this country, and I am proud to stand beside this movement’s passionate and dedicated advocates,” she added.

Tim Tebow, former Denver Bronco quarterback and current outfielder with the New York Mets, said, “I believe this fight is a hard fight, and it might even get harder, but I’m going to ask you to stay in it.” He added, “Loving people is worth it.” 

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3 years ago

What I don’t Understand about the democrats and their policies is they want to kill innocent, unborn babies but they don’t want to kill murders, rapists,…ect… ???? They are against the death penalty and prisons and jailing criminals…but killing babies is ok ….really ??? It doesn’t make any sense at all…