The number of pro-life groups in the United States of America which are mostly Catholic may not be that big to tilt national elections. They are not even a whimper to reckon with when it comes to influencing public policy. The only big thing are the annual marches for life conducted in Washington D.C. and elsewhere that gathered hundreds of thousands of warm bodies, even at the tail-end of winter.
Most of them if not all endorsed Donald Trump who assured them that he will govern in a pro-life stance contrary to Hilary Clinton who is a hardcore anti-life and who has devoted much of her policy to defending, expanding and funding abortion. Pro-lifers feared that millions more babies will die under a Clinton government.
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