VP Pence is about to make history and it’s going to drive the Women’s March crowd absolutely insane

Vice President Mike Pence is about to make history — and the far left aren’t one bit happy.

Pence will headline the annual “March for Life” anti-abortion rally in Washington, D.C. Friday — the first vice president to do so.

Although the March for Life is now in its 44th year, 2017 will mark the first time either a president or a vice president will have personally appeared and spoken at the event. However, both Presidents Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush previously addressed the group by telephone.

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Pence will be joined by another administration official, senior Trump counselor Kellyanne Conway.

Peace tweeted:

Evangelist Franklin Graham expressed his elation at Pence’s announcement.

The left, however, was predictably enraged.

Ironically, while the left likes to call itself all-inclusive, it refused to allow pro-lifers to demonstrate at Saturday’s Women’s March on Washington.

Clip via Fox News Channel

Jeanne Mancini, the president of the March for Life, referred to Pence in a statement as “a friend and champion of the pro-life cause his entire career,” according to Fox News.

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The demonstrators predicted to be in the tens of thousands, will rally on the National Mall and then march to the Supreme Court.

The March for Life demonstration marks the anniversary of Roe vs. Wade, the 1973 Supreme Court decision legalizing abortion nationwide.


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