Vice-President Pence Invites Stanton Baby and Mother to the White House

WASHINGTON, Jan. 22, 2019 -- Vice-President Pence invites mother and daughter, who was spared from abortion, to the White House during the March for Life. 

L-R: Vice President Pence, Paolina and her mom Jessica, Stanton Founder Brandi Swindell.

L-R: Vice President Pence, Paolina and her mom Jessica, Stanton Founder Brandi Swindell.

Jessica Hsue and her 10 year old daughter, Paolina, attended a personal meeting and conversation with Vice-President Pence at the White House this past Friday afternoon.  Also attending the meeting was Brandi Swindell, Founder and CEO of Stanton Healthcare.

Jessica and Paolina are from Boise, Idaho where they were both clients at the flagship Stanton Healthcare clinic. 

Jessica chose to have her daughter after the biological father threatened violence if she did not have an abortion. The purpose of the meeting was for the Vice-President to encourage the family and show the Trump Administration's support for life affirming medical clinics and resource centers that help women with unexpected pregnancies and for Stanton Healthcare to share #ShoutMyChild.

Brandi Swindell, Founder and CEO of Stanton Healthcare, states:

Vice President Pence and Paolina at his desk in the White House.

Vice President Pence and Paolina at his desk in the White House.

"We want to thank the Trump Administration for their commitment toward ending abortion and strong support of women who find themselves in unexpected pregnancies. Stanton is especially thankful to Vice-President Pence for personally inviting Paolina and her mother to the White House to hear their powerful and moving story and work with us on projects like #ShoutMyChild.

"On this Roe v Wade Memorial, let us come together and embrace the notion that all life must be treated with dignity and equality as we work together to end the violence of abortion and offer women hope and compassionate health care."