A baby onesie being sold by the Trump campaign is getting a lot of attention this week because of the Black Lives Matter movement.
The pregnancy and parenting website Baby Gaga reports the “Baby Lives Matter” onesie uses a similar style and phrasing to the Black Lives Matter movement, which has been in the news a lot lately after police killed a black man named George Floyd by kneeling on his neck while he pleaded that he could not breath.
The Trump campaign onesie highlights how babies, born and unborn, are valuable people who are oppressed by abortions. President Donald Trump repeatedly has received praise from pro-life leaders for taking action to protect unborn babies both nationally and internationally.
CNN reports a Trump campaign spokesperson said they began offering the “Baby Lives Matter” onesie during the March for Life in January. Trump was the first president to speak in person at the pro-life march.
The “limited edition” onesie still is being sold on the website for $18, but it is not clear how long it will be offered.
Pro-life leaders have praised Trump for taking action to protect unborn babies and mothers, as well as pro-life medical workers.
He has been pushing back aggressively against the United Nations’ pro-abortion agenda and insisting that countries support women and children, born and unborn. Starting in 2017, Trump stopped giving American tax dollars to UNFPA because it pushes abortions on other countries and has worked with China for decades to implement its forced abortion population control policies. The decision cut $32.5 million in funding from the UNFPA budget.
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In one of his first acts as president, Trump defunded two of the world’s largest abortion chains, the International Planned Parenthood Federation and Marie Stopes International, of about $170 million in American tax dollars.
Trump also has taken steps to defund Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion provider, of millions of taxpayer dollars through Title X and other programs. However, many of these efforts have been thwarted by lawsuits and pro-abortion state leaders who are giving state taxpayer funds to the abortion chain to replace Trump’s cuts.
Last year, his administration also introduced new restrictions to stop taxpayer dollars from funding research using aborted baby body parts. His administration also added a new rule protecting pro-life medical workers from employment discrimination.
Trump also has called out Democrats for blocking a bill to protect newborn babies from infanticide. Earlier this year, he became the first president to speak in-person at the March for Life. He also appointed conservative judges to courts throughout the U.S. and promised to sign a law banning late-term abortions if it reaches his desk.
In addition, he has nominated conservative judges to the nation’s courts and filled his administration with strong pro-life leaders, including Vice President Mike Pence and Ben Carson.