Candidate Donald Trump’s pro-life position vs. Candidate Hillary Clinton’s blatant pro-abortion stance was the catalyst that energized our founder, David J. Harris Jr., to speak his mind on a live now-viral video that became the launching point of his public figure Facebook page and also this website where we give our daily best to bring you what David has come to call No Nonsense News.
President Trump’s pro-life stance has remained steadfast, and I have little doubt that his support of the issue has won him the favor of many others who can’t swallow the infanticide the Left espouses. It gives us hope that his position will spread beyond the borders of the USA and into the world. President Trump has been taking the message to the United Nations in particular, which is a notoriously pro-abortion entity.
President Trump has stood up for pro-life values throughout his presidency. Most of the ways in which he has governed as a pro-life president have to do with domestic policy. However, President Trump has promoted the pro-life perspective abroad — especially at the United Nations.
Now, according to a new report from a pro-life organization that lobbies at the UN, the Trump administration is rallying pro life nations to stand up to the UN’s pro-abortion agenda. Here’s more:
A joint letter signed by U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Secretary Alex Azar of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services was sent last month to ask governments to support U.S. pro-life efforts at the United Nations in the lead up to a global health summit this September.
UN delegates have been looking for such a letter for more than a year because it makes official the U.S. pro-life stance and will help them in standing up to abortion forces in the UN bureaucracy and the European governments.
The letter warns against “aggressive efforts to reinterpret international instruments to create a new international right to abortion and to promote international policies that weaken the family.”
Pompeo and Azar said these efforts were “disturbing” and that they “take the focus off real health issues and import policy debates that should be handled at the national, sub-national, or community level.”
Their letter also referred to the terms “sexual and reproductive health” and “comprehensive sexuality education” as “ambiguous terms and expressions that cause confusion and have become associated with anti-family and pro-abortion policies.”
The letters follows on the heels of Trump naming a pro-life advocate as ambassador to the United Nations in Geneva. He’s nominated Andrew Bremberg, who currently serves as the chief of the White House Domestic Policy Council. In the past several years, he has been a key advocate for pro-life policies in the Trump administration.
Bremberg has a strong pro-life record.
I love the fact that President Trump is standing firm on this issue and is bringing more people on board to his administration to encourage and further the pro-life position. Of all the things we should oppose, it should be to stand firmly against those who support an agenda that endorses the murder of innocent babies.