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Mike Pence became the first sitting Vice President to participate in the annual national March for Life event, which was held for the 44th time in Washington D.C. on January 27, the anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision in 1973 that set in motion a massive increase of abortions in the United States. A couple days prior to the event President Donald Trump on ABC called out the media for covering a pro-abortion march but ignoring the March for Life.
ABC's David Muir asked Trump if he "could hear the voices from the women’s march here in Washington?" He was referring to the leftist women's protesters that included Ashley Judd's "nasty" speech, and Madonna's call to blow up the White House.
"I couldn’t hear them, but the crowds were large," Trump responded. "You’re gonna have a large crowd on Friday, too, which is mostly pro-life people. You’re gonna have a lot of people coming on Friday, and I will say this, and I didn’t realize this, but I was told, you will have a very large crowd of people. I don’t know – as large or larger – some people say it’s gonna be larger. Pro-life people. And they say the press doesn’t cover them."
Muir quickly said he didn't want to compare crowd sizes.
"What they do say is that the press doesn’t cover them," said Trump.
A recent study by Katie Yoder of NewsBusters revealed that the networks covered the 2017 pro-abortion women's march 129 times more than the 2016 March for Life.
The mainstream media is simply following Karl Marx in their desire to silence and ignore their opposition.
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