Thirty-six years ago President Ronald Reagan issued a proclamation establishing the first National Sanctity of Human Life Day, declaring: “reverence for human life and recognition of the sanctity of individual life are among the defining characteristics of a just civil order.” He went on to issue that proclamation every year of his presidency thereafter.
The right to life itself is so vital that it was the first of the “unalienable rights” affirmed by our Declaration of Independence – Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness. President Reagan wrote: “the United States of America was founded by visionary people who believed, and said forthrightly, that the test of any just political system lay in whether it affirmed the unalienable rights endowed by God, rights that no civil authority was ever free to deny or contravene.”
He issued this proclamation to remind us that millions of unborn babies are stripped of their right to life, killed by abortions before ever having a chance to live outside the womb, and that it is our responsibility to protect “the promise of life stolen from the unborn.”
Tragically, just two short years later, and perhaps unbeknownst to him, President Reagan signed into law a bill that would become the catalyst for disincentivizing vaccine safety measures; exponentially increasing the recommended number of vaccines; and laying the framework for a corrupt network between the pharmaceutical industry, abortion industry, regulatory agencies, and the government, leading to recent vaccine mandates across the country and most ironically, forcing the injection of aborted fetal cell remains into American children. The very same industry President Reagan spoke so adamantly against was given unprecedented power over the people, thanks to his signature.