Former Vice President and 2024 presidential candidate Mike Pence spoke on Saturday to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the Supreme Court’s decision that overturned Roe v Wade, reinforcing his commitment to protecting the child at born and proclaiming that to be truly pro-life in America “you have to be adoption-friendly.
“As we celebrate this great new anniversary, let us resolve here that we will work and pray as never before to advance the cause of life and the laws of the land in every state in America. That we will support women in crisis with resources and support for their care, for the unborn child and for the newborn like never before,” Pence said, speaking on Saturday June 24 on the first anniversary of the landmark decision to the Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade.
“That we will advance the cause of adoption in America, because to be pro-life, you have to be pro-adoption,” he continued. “And we will work every day to elect leaders at all levels who will unapologetically uphold the sanctity of human life.”
“That we will advance the cause of adoption in America, because to be pro-life, you have to be pro-adoption.”
Pence also praised pro-life activists for their work “to bring about a historic day a year ago today,” noting that it took “50 years of loss of innocent lives and broken hearts” to bring about the Dobbs vs. Jackson decision.
“It is amazing to think that we are here in this historic place, after 50 years of loss of innocent life and broken hearts. After 50 years of prayer and advocacy and a march for a dark anniversary every January,” said Pence.”A year ago today, through your work and prayers, the Supreme Court of the United States overturned Roe v. Wade and gave them a fresh start in life.”
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“I came today to thank you,” Pence said. “Those watching across the country, those who have worked in the past years – for all you have done, to bring about a historic day one year ago today. We congratulate all leaders for life, gathered here.
The 2024 presidential candidate also affirmed his commitment against abortion.
“We stand up for babies, for their inalienable right to life,” Pence said. “We defend the right of every mother and father to experience the inexpressible joy of looking each other in the eye. We defend families who yearn to open their hearts to adoption.
“We defend babies, for their inalienable right to life.”
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“Men and women of the pro-life movement, let us never give in to the cause of life,” Pence continued.
“We will elect leaders at all levels who will unapologetically uphold the sanctity of human life. The cause of life is the call of our time,” Pence said. “We can never bring back those 62 million lives whose voices have never been heard in this world.”
Pence’s fellow Republican presidential hopefuls, Miami Mayor Francis Suarez and Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) have all backed a nationwide ban on abortion after 20 weeks, with a few exceptions, including the life of the mother, rape and incest.
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Previously, Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) signed a six-week heartbeat bill banning abortion in his state.
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