Today Could Be The First Step To Ending Abortion BECAUSE OF THIS!


Republican Senator Jeff Sessions has adamantly discussed his opposition to Roe V. Wade in recent years. Now, President-elect Trump has nominated him for Attorney General.

As Sessions goes through the process of securing his appointment, he first had to answer to a Senate Confirmation Hearing. In Tuesday's hearing, Sessions repeated his views on Roe V. Wade. Democrat Senator Dianne Feinstein asked Sessions about his views on abortion.

“You have referred to Roe v. Wade as, quote, one of the worst, colossally erroneous Supreme Court decisions of all time, end quote,” Feinstein said. “Is that still your view?”

"It is. It violated the Constitution and really attempted to set policy and not follow law," Sessions responded.

Sessions went on to say he would follow the law and enforce the law until a time in which it can be changed. 

As many remember, President-elect tRump promised during his campaigning rallies to appoint Supreme Court Justices who would repeal Roe V. Wade.


Having members of our government leading the charge to end abortion is so powerful and miraculous. It truly is an answer to prayer as we look to save the lives of unborn children.

Are you happy to see Sessions stand up for his values and not support abortion?

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