Mrs. America put jaws on the floor with quite possibly the greatest pro-life message ever heard

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The pro-life movement needs more spokespeople like this beauty queen pageant winner.

Because messaging like this will always win any debate over the sanctity of human life.

And Mrs. America put jaws on the floor with quite possibly the greatest pro-life message ever heard.

Pro-lifers can’t take many more loses

Lately, the pro-life movement has been losing on multiple grounds.

After securing a huge victory in overturning Roe v Wade, the pro-life movement has been losing state races and elections that no one ever thought would have been possible.

But that’s the reality of the fact.

No matter what the issue, something needs to change within the pro-life movement.

Some people claim it’s the messaging, and there’s some validity to that argument.

The pro-life movement has gone from relying on legal victories to now having to change the hearts and minds of American citizens.

And as the pro-life movement talks about restrictions on abortion, Democrats are talking about the emotions and feelings of people, which almost always wins the political argument.

So it’s time for a change in messaging, and this beauty queen just delivered the best pro-life message you’ve heard in a long time.

Mrs. America just gave the best pro-life answer

During the Mrs. America pageant this past Friday, Mrs. South Dakota Hannah Neeleman was asked, “When have you felt most empowered?”

And her response stunned the crowd, as she proudly proclaimed she’s felt the feeling seven different times – when she gave birth to her seven children.

“I have felt this feeling seven times now as I bring these sacred souls to the earth,” Neeleman proclaimed. “After I hold that newborn baby in my arms, the feeling of motherhood and bringing them to the Earth is the most empowering feeling I have ever felt.”

Neeleman went on to win the pageant, and will now compete for Mrs. World.

But that simple message she delivered with her response is one that the pro-life movement should embrace.

Don’t just make it about the life of the baby in the womb – protecting life is vital, but so is motherhood.

In a day and age in which parenthood is attacked, and even demonized, being a mother and a father should be promoted.

Yes, being a parent, especially a mother, is the toughest job in the world – things don’t always go as planned, and you will make mistakes.

But at the end of the day, there is no greater contribution you can make to the advancement of humanity, or more fulfilling purpose, than bringing life into this world and helping them learn and grow.

So the next time you get into an argument over life, make sure you bring up just how important being a parent is to the development of one’s life and purpose.

And if the pro-life movement can harness this messaging, the movement will become unstoppable.

Should the promotion of parenthood be part of the pro-life message?