Rep. Chip Roy (R-TX) and Rep. Bob Good (R-VA) were among the speakers at the Students For Life "See Me Now" event at Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. last week.
Roy railed against the left’s latest attempt to safeguard abortion, specifically through mail ordered chemical abortions. He also spoke to MRCTV about the mainstream medical community’s countless misdiagnoses and constant pressuring for women with special needs children to elect having an abortion:
“There are so many stories where the pressure is being applied through the mainstream medical community to encourage people to get abortions. And it’s because that’s the culture, that’s what’s happened. It’s not just the example I gave. One of my staffers is somebody who is alive today because his parents went in the face of the medical advice which was being given.”
The Students for Life “See Me Now” tour includes tabling on campuses, hosting speakers, and a traveling ultrasound van that showcases life in the womb in real time. It kicked off November 6, in Jackson, Mississippi, and will culminate in a rally in DC on the day of the oral arguments in Dobbs, currently slated for Dec. 1st.