Franklin Graham Shares What The Media DIDN'T WANT YOU TO KNOW About The Women's March

January 23, 2017Jan 23, 2017

As we've already seen from the campaign coverage, the media isn't exactly to be trusted for an impartial, panoramic report. What happens more often than not is the liberal bias' viewpoint being spread as fact, while often there is conservative, Christian movement taking place that is not being represented in the news.

Case in point with the Women's March on Washington that just took place last weekend. It had a huge turnout, with nearly half a million marchers; and the prevailing cry was for women's rights.

But what has happened in the last decade is that "women's rights" has become synonymous with abortion and completely antagonistic toward the pro-life movement. In fact, pro-life groups were stricken from the sponsor list of the event because Planned Parenthood wanted them off. 

That's how excluded pro-life women (which make up nearly half the country) are from the media's portrayal of "women's rights." But that didn't stop these brave women from marching against the tide.

USA TODAY reports that Students For Life took on a lot of flack (even being spit at!) to stand for the unborn at the rally on Saturday. 

“One of our girls was spit at, someone tore my sign in multiple pieces, we had people just yell at us but the main response was people just said ‘my body my choice’ when they walked past us,” said Reagan Barklage, the Western regional director for Students For Life.

Here, Franklin Graham uses his Facebook to share about the pro-life women's courage in marching for the unborn. 



What do you think about these brave women's experience at the march? And the media's under-representation of it? Let us hear your thoughts and prayers in the Comments! Thank you!