I would expect US pro-life groups to simultaneously support Trump (as they're typically right-leaning), yet simultaneously strongly against his death-permissive approach to bolster the economy during the COVID-19 crisis.
WE CANNOT LET THE CURE BE WORSE THAN THE PROBLEM ITSELF.
US President Donald Trump, via Twitter
Given that "the problem" includes large numbers of deaths, the US President is currently making a trade-off of human lives for the economy. This seems to give rise to a conundrum for US pro-life groups.
Question: How have US pro-life groups responded to Trump's stance during the COVID-19 crisis, given that this stance could permit more deaths?
A National Review article seems to indicate pro-life groups are reconciling the deaths by arguing that a poor economy will also lead to deaths, but even Republican politicians are arguing that large numbers of dead people will hurt the economy:
There will be no normally functioning economy if our hospitals are overwhelmed and thousands of Americans of all ages, including our doctors and nurses, lay dying because we have failed to do what’s necessary to stop the virus.
Rep. Liz Cheney, via Twitter
So it's unclear to me how US pro-life groups can reconcile this.