President Trump Pardons Women’s Suffragist Susan B. Anthony, Who Opposed Abortion

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President Trump Pardons Women’s Suffragist Susan B. Anthony, Who Opposed Abortion

President Trump will posthumously pardon woman’s suffragist Susan B. Anthony, who was arrested in 1872 for voting in violation of laws allowing only men to vote. Anthony is one of many early feminist who spoke up for women’s rights, but, unlike feminists of today, she strenuously opposed abortion.

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Thank you President Trump for signing a pardon for our namesake, Susan B. Anthony, for the “crime” of voting.We’re honored to be named after Susan B. Anthony, a trailblazing #ProLife suffragist #ProLifeVoicesForTrump pic.twitter.com/BBIZRqUQ1K

Pro-Life Voices for Trump!

Pro-Life Voices for Trump will mobilize support for President Trump to secure four more years of strong leadership and pro-life values in the White House. Under the Trump administration, the unborn have the ultimate advocate. From appointing pro-life judges, to stopping the flow of taxpayer-funds to abortion providers, and defending the unborn abroad — the case is clear for a second term for President Trump.

Earlier Feminist Leaders Like Susan B. Anthony Opposed Abortion

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, which granted American women the right to vote and catapulted them out of the shadows of dependence into the full sunlight of long-awaited civic freedoms. The right to vote was only the beginning of a long list of goals achieved by the early women’s right movement.

Abolish Human Abortion

People of God around the world, moved by the Holy Spirit, have begun to do good works and to seek justice for their pre-born neighbors. In doing so, we have organized ourselves into local autonomous abolitionist societies, independent in structure, yet unified in ideology and practice.