Pro-Life President Trump Actually Lives the “Scranton Values” Joe Biden’s Abortion Advocacy Mocks

Opinion   Maria Gallagher   Nov 2, 2020   |   7:53PM    Washington, DC

Four rallies…one day…one state. The Trump campaign is hoping that that formula adds up to a victory in Pennsylvania on Election Day.

On Saturday, the tireless Trump barnstormed across Pennsylvania, rousing crowds with his optimistic vision of America. At a stop in Bucks County, PA, the President arrived to the tune of “God Bless the USA” and enthusiastic chants of “Four more years!” and “We love Trump!”

President Trump said, “This is the state that will save the American dream” by electing the Trump-Pence ticket. The Keystone State is considered critical to winning the White House.

On his weekend tour of the Commonwealth, the President found he had plenty of friends in Pennsylvania. An estimated tens of thousands of people flocked to his campaign appearance in Butler in western Pennsylvania. Meanwhile, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette newspaper endorsed the President—its first endorsement of a GOP Presidential candidate since 1972.

The newspaper also gave solid support to Trump’s Vice President, saying, “In Mike Pence, Mr. Trump has a vice president ready to take over, if need be. He is a safe pair of hands. Sen. Kamala Harris gives no evidence of being ready to be president.”

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President Trump has not shied away from his commitment to protecting innocent human life. At his appearance in Bucks County, the President said again, “We will defend…the right to life.”

Pro-life voters in Pennsylvania are particularly pleased by the President’s appointment of Amy Coney Barrett to the U.S. Supreme Court. Barrett is a strict constructionist who believes in interpreting the Constitution as written, rather than making up pro laws from the bench.

Pro-life advocates in PA are also impressed with the President’s record of cutting funding to Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion operation. Planned Parenthood committed more than 345,000 abortions in a single year, according to its own annual report.

On Monday, the President returns to Scranton, PA, which has been called the pro-life capital of the United States. It is also the hometown to the President’s pro-abortion opponent, Democrat Joe Biden.

While Biden talks of “Scranton values,” the President actually lives them out through his dedication to protecting preborn children and their mothers from the harm of abortion