By Dave Andrusko
We have a particularly rich mother lode of stories today at National Right to Life News. If you have time to read only a handful, please place at the top of your list, “President Donald Trump, a Man of His Word,” written by NRLC President Carol Tobias. She does a masterful job at giving you a thorough overview of all that President Trump has accomplished on behalf of the Movement—and all that he promises to do if Congress gives him the opportunity.
My wife and I got home late last night after she completed final proofs of the NRL Yearbook which each attendee to the NRL Convention in Charleston, South Carolina, will receive. (There is still time to register for the July 5-6 convention. Go to nrlconvention.com.)
We had a chance to watch President Trump’s re-election Kickoff rally in Orlando, Florida. The usual suspects—with CNN and the New York Times, of course, leading the charge—paid the massive size and dynamism of the rally no mind.
The President’s speech was just the 4,733rd occasion for them to pat themselves on the back for their superior wisdom. In fact, if you were even tiny bit objective, you could not miss how wired the audience was, or how the speech generated wave after wave of applause.
But even the crowd couldn’t catch a break. The most amusing snark came from the Times which editorialized in its news story that President Trump was “egged on by the enthusiastic crowd.”
One of the most heartily applauded lines exposed the Democrats’ extremist position on abortion and infanticide. Mr. Trump told
“Virtually every top Democrat also now supports taxpayer-funded abortion right up to the moment of birth – ripping babies straight from the mothers’ womb. Leading Democrats have even opposed measures to prevent the execution of children after birth. You saw that in Virginia.
“Republicans believe that every life is a sacred gift from God. That is why I have asked Congress to prohibit extreme late-term abortions.”
In the never-ending campaign to try to separate President Trump from the pro-life community, MSNBC reporter Vaughn Hillyard uttered this bizarre falsehood:
“President Trump last night, I want to note, down in Orlando, there was a key political issue that he did not mention from the stage — and that was abortion, or access to women’s reproductive health care.”
The Trump campaign called Hillyard out on this, as the Daily Caller reported today.
One other thought about the coverage. Or, maybe not.
I was going to offer just a few nuggets from the rich vein of insults hurled at the President by the Times’ Maggie Haberman, Annie Karni and Michael D. Shear , but, to what end?
We know in advance that the entire Establishment Media considers it its sacred duty to disparage, mock, ridicule, and demean President Trump.
Instead, here is a link to the rally which you can watch at your leisure. You can decide for yourself.