I'm Meeting With President Trump Today

Kristan Hawkins

Dear Jerome,

Today, I’ll be at the White House with President Trump as he signs an Executive Order promoting free speech on college campuses.

As you may know, the situation on America’s college campuses is becoming more dire every day as leftwing protesters and even the professors and administrators themselves try to shut down the political speech of their opponents.

Pro-life students are at the very top of the left’s hate list.

Many of our Students for Life groups have witnessed the growing hostility from pro-abortion protesters firsthand.

Just last week at the University of Michigan, a pro-abortion student attempted to tear up and throw our Cemetery of Innocents display in the garbage.

When our student leaders confronted her, she continued to pull the crosses (set up to commemorate the lives lost each day at the hands of Planned Parenthood abortionists) out of the ground one-by-one.

It got so bad that we had to call the campus police to get her to leave!

Earlier this week, dozens of protesters showed up to my “Lies Feminists Tell” event at Boston College. At one point, the protesters actually proudly shouted that they were, in fact, “pro-abortion!”

During the 45-minute Q&A session, the pro-abortion students admitted to supporting infanticide, saying babies born alive during a botched abortion were “not babies.” And they lobbed one disturbing question at me after another, including prying into my sex life with my husband.

Jerome, this is what you and I are up against on campuses today.

But thanks to your continued prayers and support, we are truly changing hearts and minds for Life in spite of the massive targets on our backs from the Abortion Lobby. In fact, I was approached by one student after my Boston College speech and told that I had changed many minds in the room.

If you haven’t seen it yet, I’m including the article below from The Washington Times, to show you just how big of an impact Students for Life is able to make thanks to your support.

For Life,

Kristan Hawkins
President, Students for Life

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