The March for Life Throws in the Towel

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by John Zmirak  •  •  January 18, 2021   

Will it ever take place again?

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The screws are turning, stuck pigs are squealing, and little critters are jumping ship. As the Democrat party and its allies seek total power over society, some among us are panicking and doing the Left's work for it. Months ago, I worried to friends that COVID blah-blah yadda-yadda would be used as a pretext by Washington, D.C. to cancel the March for Life.

That annual, lovely and hope-filled event has always been a bright spot on millions of calendars.

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One More Piece of Free Speech Strangled

I knew D.C. would try to stop the March. Every year, members of The Hive get sick at the sight of hundreds of thousands of peaceful, joyous, loving citizens in the nation's only annual civil rights march for unborn Americans. Each year the media lie about the numbers, understating them by half or even more.

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And each time, pro-aborts hope and pray (to Moloch, I guess) that some pro-lifer will do something violent. Anything at all. Never happens. The Holy Spirit, who sparked the march in the first place after Roe v. Wade, seems to watch over it closely.

Even though the subject at hand is the murder of a million Americans annually for our sexual convenience, pro-lifers keep it peaceful. I've laid out the Just War arguments that make pro-life non-violence sensible, not servile. I urge Stream readers to go review them. Because Just War arguments apply to civil wars, and revolutions too. We might need to brush up on them. 

We Surrender and Wish to Collaborate

But now the March for Life, according to a recent statement, is throwing in the towel. Worse, it's using the language of the enemy.

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John Zmirak is a senior editor at The Stream, and author or co-author of 10 books, including The Politically Incorrect Guide to Immigration and The Politically Incorrect Guide to Catholicism. He is co-author with Jason Jones of "God, Guns, & the Government."
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