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Pro-abortion protesters outside the 2019 March for Life Conference

WASHINGTON, D.C., January 21, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) – As pro-life advocates from around the country and the world streamed into the Marriott Renaissance Hotel for the March for Life conference on January 17, a group of no more than a dozen pro-abortion advocates stood on the sidewalk outside to protest the event.

While pro-life hero David Daleiden spoke inside to a packed hotel ballroom, LifeSiteNews ventured outside to talk to the protesters.  

When he identified himself as a LifeSiteNews reporter, eyes rolled, “Oh, our favorite. You write about us all the time,” said one in a hard-to-miss sarcastic tone. “We love it. Thank you. You really publish exactly what we want.” 

The protesters made it clear that they have a low opinion of LifeSiteNews and its readers, all of whom they feel are in need of moral correction. So LifeSiteNews offered the pro-abortion activists a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, extending a microphone to them and asking, “What would you like to say to our readers? I’m giving you a big chance here.”

Not one would go on the record, and all refused to have their pictures taken. A photo taken earlier that morning shows some of their faces and signs, as does one the group posted on Twitter.

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When the LifeSiteNews offered again to interview any or all of the protesters, each one bypassed the opportunity.

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One of the protesters stumbled when she suggested to the male journalist that he has no right to speak out about abortion “because you don’t have a uterus.”  

Most likely cognizant of the “transgender” guy standing nearby who might judge her words to be a crime against politically correct transgender ideology, another quickly corrected her statement: “But maybe he does have a uterus.”

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