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29 / 01 / 2010 - March for Life Cheated Again by Media Malpractice and Fraud
Video Source: Thine Eyes
Nearly 350,000 Pro-Life people were filmed attending the 37th annual March for Life in Washington DC, Friday, January 22. As shown by consistent high-definition camera work in 2009 and 2010, the demographics of the massive crowd introduce Americans to a wholly different description of a 37-year-old movement, than that which has been consistently ignored and maligned by the mainstream media since its inception.
In January 2009, documentary producer, Jack Cashill, went to Washington D.C. to create a documentary on the subject of the annual March for Life called Thine Eyes -- aimed at getting to the truth about the event.
Krista Gesaman, writing for Newsweek, covered the March for Life in an article titled "Missing at the 'Roe v. Wade' Anniversary Demonstrations? Young Women."
"Twisting the words of a police organizer, she informs the reader that 'a majority of the participants are in their 60s,'" Cashill noted.
Gesaman concludes, "So this raises the question: where are the young, vibrant women supporting their pro-life or pro-choice positions? Likely, they're at home."
"Having been in Washington for the March this year, I can assure Gesaman that the demographics matched last year's, young women were everywhere and unavoidable," said Cashill in a recent American Thinker article. "They filled every hotel lobby in town. Many of them had spent countless hours on busses to get there."
In 2009, Cashill assigned six cameramen to find as many pro-abortion counter-protestors as they could.
"Although we looked hard, none of us could identify a single such protestor. USA Today found a rag tag handful and gave them equal billing."
"CNN's Rick Sanchez also deserves sacking for malpractice," Cashill said in American Thinker. "During the 3PM ET hour of CNN's Rick's List on Friday, Sanchez acknowledged that it was the 37th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, then asked, 'both sides being represented today, but it does appear to me, as I look at these signs that - which side is represented the most. . . . Do we know?'"
"As Sanchez deliberated, CNN's cameras seemed to have found the same disgruntled crew of pro-abortion protestors that USA Today had found the year before," stated Cashill. "After the commercial break, Sanchez finally conceded that although he had not 'gone out and counted signs individually,' most of the protestors 'seem to be anti-abortion activists.'"
Cashill noted the March for Life protestors were counted last year.
"With the advantage of rooftop cameras, we estimated there were about 350,000 participants, about 75 percent of whom were under 25, with more females than males among the young people. "This year, the numbers broke out roughly 350,000 pro-life to 5 pro-abortion. At least 100,000 of these protestors were young women.