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Charlotte Pence Bond said she isn’t pro-life simply because she is the daughter of U.S. Vice President Mike Pence or because she was raised in a Christian household.
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Speaking at the March for Life youth rally on Thursday in Washington, D.C., Bond, who married Henry Bond in December, said her reasons for her position also include science, statistics and the harm it causes women and communities.
“My reasons are founded in my faith, they’re grounded in the fact that I was taught the value of human life. But they’re also backed up by other things. They’re backed up by science. … Science continues to prove that life begins earlier and earlier than previously thought,” the 26-year-old said.
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Bond experienced both a strong pro-life culture at a Christian school and a pro-choice culture at a public school. Her reasons for being pro-life developed over a long period of time, she said, including during the 2016 campaign trail when her father was chosen to be Donald Trump’s running mate.
She was helping her father frame his arguments for the vice presidential debate and they both knew one of the most difficult questions that would be asked would be about abortion.
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“Shouldn’t you have the right to choose? It’s their body, their choice” is the common argument made against pro-lifers.
Knowing that her father’s pro-life stance comes not from a place of judgment but from a place of love for the child and mother, Bond advised that he speak from his heart. During the debate, Pence ended up quoting Mother Teresa, who called abortion “the greatest destroyer of peace today … because it was a war against the child, a direct killing of the innocent child. … [A] society can be judged by how it deals...
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