Pro-Abortion Counter-Protesters at March for Life Were Few but Loud| National Catholic Register

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Only about a dozen pro-abortion protesters stood in front of the U.S. Supreme Court and only a few others were scattered within the march and on the outskirts of the march; some of the counter-protesters did manage to cause disruptions, and a few had verbal clashes with pro-life activists.

Pro-life and abortion-rights activists protest during the 50th-annual March for Life rally in front of the U.S. Supreme Court on Jan. 20 in Washington.
Pro-life and abortion-rights activists protest during the 50th-annual March for Life rally in front of the U.S. Supreme Court on Jan. 20 in Washington. (photo: Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images)

Tyler Arnold/CNANationJanuary 23, 2023

The 2023 March for Life, which saw tens of thousands of pro-life activists march to the U.S. Supreme Court on Friday, only faced a handful of disruptions from a very small number of pro-abortion counter-protesters.

Although some had speculated that the pro-abortion presence might be larger this year because it was the first march since the overturning of Roe v. Wade, only about a dozen pro-abortion protesters stood in front of the U.S. Supreme Court and only a few others were scattered within the march and on the outskirts of the march.

Despite the low turnout, some of the counter-protesters did manage to cause disruptions, and a few had verbal clashes with pro-life activists. Pro-abortion activists briefly interrupted two pre-march events: a prayer service organized by Priests for Life at DAR Constitution Hall and a moment of silence in front of the Washington, D.C., Planned Parenthood.

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Pro-Abortion Counter-Protesters at March for Life Were Few but Loud| National Catholic Register

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