NC Native, Brittany Lyda, Meets with Vice President Pence

Vice President Mike Pence spent hours meeting with pro-life advocates as the annual March for Life took place in Washington, D.C. last weekend.

Meeting with representatives from Students for Life of America and moms who faced unexpected pregnancies from Heartbeat International, Pence heard real stories of how crisis pregnancy centers help women.

Brittany recalled her experience with VP Pence:

“The way he spoke to the representatives of Students for Life, I think, really helped inspire them that the work they are doing is appreciated from in such high power. I am so thankful to finally have an Administration that values the life of the unborn.

It’s nice to have someone in such high power be unapologetically pro-life in word and action. He gave his undivided attention to each of us while telling our stories.”

Reminding us that this administration is the most pro-life administration our country has ever seen, Pence assured us that President Trump will veto any legislation that does not protect pre-born life.

Assuring that promise, President Trump addressed the March for Life for the second year in a row by stating, “we know that every life has meaning and that every life is worth protecting“. Trump, who reinstated the Mexico City Policy, also mentioned that he is working to make the Hyde Amendment permanent – meaning that Medicaid cannot be used for abortions.

Brittany continues on how thankful she is for a pro-life administration:

“I am so grateful that the Vice President of the United States has a heart for the unborn and willingly met with us for over an hour. Oh, and that he held my baby for the picture!”

Vice President Pence was particularly interested in the fact that Brittany is in her second year of pharmacy school at High Point University while managing single motherhood.

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