A pro-abortion group with only a couple dozen chapters nationwide was recently invited to the White House to discuss how to promote the unlimited killing of unborn babies. Dana Stancavage of Students for Life of America says her organization would also like to have a seat at the table to tell the truth about abortion.
"There's a great study that we've put together showing how three out of four millennials and Gen Z want limits on abortion, and four out of ten favor either no abortions at all or limits on certain cases," she references. "So I think it would be a great opportunity to meet with the White House to share just how many pro-life students there are in this country."
She adds that young people tend to hold a pro-life view and are considered to be the future of the life movement.
"Our group is full of energetic pro-life supporters who have really compelling stories and reasons for why they are adamantly pro-life," Stancavage accounts. "We are really excited to have the opportunity to correct one of the greatest human rights issues of our day, which is abortion."
So far, Students for Life has not received an invitation to the White House to set the administration straight on the need to protect life, and the organization does not exactly expect one.