Frank Pavone's Alerts

Tweet to support President Trump for a pro-life HHS secretary

October 5, 2017

Dear Friends who Tweet,

As you know, President Trump soon will be naming a new secretary for the Department of Health and Human Services. The importance of having a pro-life person in that post cannot be overstated.

As you also know, the president prefers to take his message to the American people via his Twitter account, rather than waiting for the mainstream media to edit, dilute or overlook what he has to say. We are confident that if we approach the president on Twitter, he will get our message.

That’s why today, Oct. 5, Priests for Life and our youth ministry Stand True, Students for Life of America and the Susan B. Anthony List will be leading a Tweetfest to express our support to President Trump for choosing a strong pro-life candidate for HHS.

I’m sure I don’t have to remind you what the wrong person in the post can do. It was HHS that imposed the burdensome and unconstitutional abortifacient and contraception mandate on every employer in the country, including Priests for Life.

This president has displayed his commitment to the pro-life movement on numerous occasions, so we have no doubt that his HHS appointment will be strongly prolife. But the pro-abortion forces will criticize the President, and we want him to know that we stand with him as he makes this selection  from among the fine candidates believed to be on the short list.

Please click here for further instructions on how to Tweet President Trump

And please forward this action email to as many people as you can. Be sure to sign up for regular action alerts from Priests for Life at


Fr. Frank Pavone

Fr. Frank Pavone
National Director, Priests for Life

P.S. This is the type of action that Priests for Life can take nationwide as we mobilize our movement. To help make it possible for Priests for Life to conduct campaigns such as this one, please click here and be as generous as you can.

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