Tweetfest Will Demand Harry Reid Allow Vote to Ban Abortions on Babies Who Feel Pain

National   |   Andrew Bair   |   Apr 4, 2014   |   3:03PM   |   Washington, DC

I’m sure you’re as outraged as I am about what happened in West Virginia. The Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act passed the Democrat-controlled legislature by historic bipartisan margins. Yet, Gov. Tomblin, who professes to be pro-life, vetoed the bill when it reached his desk.

fetalpainBut it’s not just West Virginia. Pro-life voices aren’t being heard across the country.

Similar legislation on the federal level has passed the U.S. House but still awaits a vote in Harry Reid’s Senate. Polling shows 64% of Americans support legislation to protect unborn children who can feel pain. Their voices are not being heard.

We will not be silenced. Now is the time for us to raise our voices and demand protection for those who have no voice.

I’d like to invite you to participate in a “Voice for the Voiceless” Tweetfest next Wednesday, April 9th from 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM. We’ll be using the hashtag:  #TheirVoice

RSVP on Facebook and invite your pro-life friends:

Below are some sample tweets. Feel free to use your creativity and generate some related graphics.

Unborn babies can feel pain like you and me. Their lives deserve protection too. We must be #theirvoice.

64% back legislation to protect unborn babies who can feel pain. It’s time for lawmakers to listen to the people and act. #theirvoice

Unborn babies suffer excruciatingly painful deaths in late abortions. We must be #theirvoice. We demand our lawmakers act.

Be a voice for the voiceless. Urge @SenatorReid to put the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act up for a vote! #theirvoice

“This is a debate worthy of a great democracy.” – @GrahamBlog. @SenatorReid, we demand a vote to protect babies who feel pain. #theirvoice

A civilized society protects its most vulnerable. Unborn babies have little protection. We are #theirvoice. America can do better.

Science shows unborn babies can feel pain by 20 wks, if not earlier. We speak out for them. We are #theirvoice.

Human rights should extend to all humans. That includes babies still in the womb. We must be #theirvoice