Texas Right to Life launches social media campaign

Texas Right to Life
Tuesday, January 28, 2014 - 4:13pm

Clad in pink sneakers, Wendy Davis became known for her unflinching advocacy of unrestricted abortion access during the summer of 2013 during an 11-hour filibuster in protest of Pro-Life legislation that protects women and saves lives.

Today, the Texas Right to Life PAC is launching a new social media campaign called #LifeFirst to remind voters and concerned citizens of Ms. Davis's extreme views on abortion.

#LifeFirst spotlights Davis's strident anti-Life activism. The video features a young girl who will never experience the milestone "firsts" of Life because she is not guaranteed her first inalienable right, the Right to Life.

Davis criticized Pro-Life gubernatorial candidate, Greg Abbott, saying he had "never walked a mile in my shoes." Yet she refuses to allow countless unborn children to ever walk in theirs.

Davis dared to call herself Pro-Life in a conversation with college students in Brownsville because she said she cared "about the Life of every child: every child that goes to bed hungry, every child that goes to bed without a proper education, every child that goes to bed without being able to be a part of the Texas dream...."

She neglected to tell these students that abortion is not a solution to hunger and abortion certainly destroys any possibility of dreams.

Davis's uncompromising and unapologetic crusade to perpetuate a throwaway culture by opposing Pro-Life laws in Texas means no child's future, no child's first steps, and no child's dreams are guaranteed.

Without the first right, the Right to Life, no other rights matter.
For more, follow @TXRightToLife #LifeFirst.   

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