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President Obama Protects Abortion 'Rights' Above Protecting the Victims of Sex Trafficking

by Staff
January 23, 2012
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WASHINGTON, (christiansunite.com) -- Mr. Obama recently cut 19 million dollars from a program sponsored by the Catholic Church that helped and assisted the victims of sex trafficking.

The reason the Administration gave for removing the funds and ending the program; they did not provide abortion referrals.

Faith organizations to hold "Prophetic Witness for Life, Human Rights and Justice" in front of the White House, on Monday, January 23 at 9:30 A.M., to challenge President Obama on his radical abortion position.

The prayer vigil and public witness will be on the 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW side of the White House.

Event Details---

When: Monday, January 23, 2012, 9:30 A.M.

Where: On the 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW side of the White House

Some members will peacefully risk arrest to stand in solidarity with the innocent victims of abortion and those who have been diminished and brutalized through sex trafficking.

The pro-life group "CEC for Life" will also hold a "die-in" to remind President Obama of the 55,000,000 children who have died from abortion.

They will be calling on the President to protect innocent children from the violence of abortion and those who have been trapped in the horror of the sex trafficking industry.

This event is a kick-off to a national campaign called: "Barack Obama. The Abortion President."

This national campaign will expose the President's utter disregard for human rights and justice through his support and radical embracing of abortion.

Rev. Patrick J. Mahoney, Director of the Christian Coalition, based in Washington, D.C., states,

"Recently, President Obama cut 19 million dollars and ended a program sponsored by the Catholic Church that helped the victims of the sex trafficking industry.
"The reason he gave for doing this. The program did not provide abortion counseling or referrals.

"So, the President of the United States has put protecting abortion 'rights' above protecting the victims of sex trafficking. This is a national disgrace and reveals the radical and pro-abortion views of Mr. Obama and his Administration.

"It also shows the President's complete disregard for ensuring human rights and justice for all.

"This event on January 23, is a kick-off to a national campaign called, 'Barack Obama. The Abortion President.' During this election year, we intend to show America how the President has embraced an extremist abortion position that is out of step with mainstream voters."

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