Pro-life activist Elizabeth Johnston: ‘We remember all the lives lost through abortion’
With the annual March for Life in Washington, D.C., occurring shortly (and Marches for Life occurring all over the country), pro-life activist Elizabeth Johnston shared with Fox News Digital in a phone interview this week her thoughts about this “truly historic moment,” as the 50th anniversary of Roe v. Wade also occurs this weekend.
The March for Life takes place on Friday, Jan. 20 — while on Sunday, Jan. 22, the mom of 10 will be in Dallas, Texas, she said: It’s “ground zero” for Roe v. Wade.
So “we will be at the very courtroom where Roe v. Wade was decided,” said Johnston, referring to herself and her family — “and on Sunday, there’s also an accompanying event at Dallas City Hall.”
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Johnston, based in North Carolina, has launched a social media campaign called Red Out “to remember the blood of over 60 million babies shed during five decades of Roe v. Wade,” as she writes on Facebook and as she told Fox News Digital.
She’s inviting others to “post a red square” on Sunday, January 22, to “remember” the 60 million babies lost, to “rejoice” over Roe v. Wade’s reversal — and “to…
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