Vice President Mike Pence on Wednesday praised President Trump, calling him the “most pro-life president in American history.” He also cautioned supporters that if Joe Biden was elected president, he would “undo all the progress that we’ve made in the cause of life.”
Pence became the first vice president to visit a pro-life pregnancy center while in office when he and his daughter, Charlotte, walked into A Woman’s Place in Pinellas Park, Florida.
The pregnancy clinic offers free counseling, ultrasounds, and pregnancy tests to families in need. It also encourages mothers to choose life for their unborn children.
During his visit, Pence said he met a mother named Kia and her young baby boy. Kia talked about how she had considered an abortion but chose to keep her child. The support from those at A Woman’s Place helped her change her mind. She is forever grateful for their unconditional love.
“The pro-life movement is defined by generosity, compassion, and love for women and unborn children,” Pence said during his speech at Starkey Road Baptist Church following his visit. “Life is winning because of the compassion and love that have been shown to women facing crisis pregnancies all across this country now and for decades.”
Pence’s speech at Starkey Road Baptist Church was part of his “Life Wins” tour with Susan B. Anthony List leaders. During the rally, Pence endlessly praised Trump and thanked pro-life supporters for all their hard work.
“From the first day he took office, President Trump has been standing without apology for the sanctity of human life,” Pence said. “Trump is the most pro-life president in American history…”
Pence went on to list several pro-life accomplishments of Trump’s administration:
“The choice could not be more clear. And I want to make you a promise: This president, this vice president, and this administration will always stand up for the freedom of speech of every American. We will always stand for life,” Pence assured.
“This president and I will stand for life. We’ll stand with women in crisis pregnancies. We’ll continue to deliver on the promises that we’ve made not just to the people of a movement or a cause, but to the highest ideals of our nation, including the unalienable right to life.”