This is such great news!
Over the past few weeks, Survivors brought to pro-life Americans the Personhood Proclamation Petition.
Drawing from Ronald Reagan's Personhood Proclamation, our Petition asks President Trump to make the personhood of preborn human beings his official policy through an Executive Order, sparking a showdown in the Supreme Court.
LAST WEEK, PRESIDENT TRUMP BEGAN TO PUT THE PERSONHOOD PLAN INTO ACTION!
But your message to Trump and his administration is critical. And tomorrow is the deadline for public comment!
We have pro-life friends in the Department of Health and Human Services, and HHS has written in its Strategic Plan for 2018-2022 that it will serve and protect "Americans at every stage of life, beginning at conception."
This is exciting because it goes hand in hand with our Personhood Proclamation efforts and will anger the pro-abortion forces.
We want them angry, and we want Trump to go further in issuing an Executive Order that makes personhood of the preborn the policy of ALL executive agencies.
The Executive Order will generate a historic showdown in the Supreme Court because of the lawsuits filed by those angry proaborts over personhood!
BUT THIS WILL ONLY HAPPEN IF YOU TAKE ACTION TODAY.
1. Send a comment of support to the HHS.
2. Sign and share with everyone the Personhood Proclamation petition.
The HHS has opened its draft plan for public comment through October 27.
CLICK HERE and
SEND YOUR COMMENT OF SUPPORT TO THE HHS NOW!
(Go to the comment box at the bottom of the HHS web page.)
Here's a sample comment that you can leave with the HHS:
As a pro-life friend of the Survivors of the Abortion Holocaust, I want to express my very enthusiastic support for the HHS' draft language that promises to serve and protect "Americans at every stage of life, beginning at conception." I urge President Trump to go further in issuing an Executive Order that makes personhood of the preborn the official policy of all executive agencies. This will generate lawsuits and a historic showdown in the Supreme Court over personhood.