A beacon of hope was lit in the Golden State, Saturday, as California’s Republican convention voted against a proposal from so-called “moderates” to drop their opposition to abortion and same-sex marriage, the Washington Stand reported.
“We expected to lose because the party leadership and all the delegates were against us. They don’t believe in upholding and defending life and … God’s design for marriage. But when we got wind of what they were doing, we got organized.” Real Impact executive director Gina Gleason, who helped mobilize voters, said Monday. “When Christians know what is taking place in their government or in their local community, they step up and they’re starting to be really involved and make some impactful changes.” (LEARN MORE: Court Rules In FAVOR Of Free Speech Rights For Pro-Life Students)
Unity Within The Party
Other party members, such as California’s Harmeet Dhillon and RNC chairwoman Ronna McDaniel have urged GOP members to stand firm on abortion, and get their talking points straight. McDaniel noted that when Republicans ignore the topic, it gives Democrats all the rights to throw attacks against them — attacks Republicans can’t rebuke because there is no unity.
“I’d love to see a presidential candidate look at Joe Biden and say, ‘President Biden, when does [an unborn] baby feel pain?’ I don’t think he could answer that question. Why isn’t every Democrat in America being asked that question?” former White House press sec. Kayleigh McEnany said earlier this year. (LEARN MORE: Trump Vows To Pardon Pro-Lifers Jailed Under Biden)
You Can Protect The Lives Of The Unborn Today
Your voice is saving the lives of the unborn. Even in these dark hours, Good News is never far away. We just have to shine a little light on it (because it’s not like the mainstream media will).
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