Like our press conference defending the 2nd Amendment in February, I need your help to make a difference again.
Our successful strategy of bringing to light the dark history of "universal background checks" managed to create a significant impact in the gun debate.
With the gun issue all but tabled for now, we need to expose the lie of abortion for what it really is -- the murder of the unborn.
You might not agree with me on this issue, but one look at the horrors of the Gosnell clinic and one cannot help but ask:
-- Is this the only one?
-- Are my tax dollars paying for this?
-- Why is the Left so silent on this tragedy?
These are critical questions that we want everyone to be asking. Now is the perfect time to ask these questions.
These are questions that seriously call into question immoral operations, not only sanctioned, but directly funded by our government. We cannot be silent.
We don't have much longer, though, to organize my pastor network for this emergency press conference.
So far, supporters like you have contributed $14,529 towards my goal of $33,645!
We're nearly at the half-way mark but we only have five more days until our press conference that will be held in Washington, DC on May 14.
I know this is short notice, but this is the perfect time to expose the tragedy of abortion in America through my pastor network.
Will you sponsor my press conference with an immediate financial contribution?
Your foot-soldier for freedom,
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