Pastors speak out against abortion giant

Wednesday, October 7, 2015
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Planned Parenthood buildingA coalition of black pastors is asking people to rise up and put an end to anti-God policies.

The Congressional Black Caucus recently held a press conference demanding that Congress continue funneling tax dollars to the scandal-plagued abortion business, Planned Parenthood. Bill Owens, who heads the Coalition of African American Pastors, finds a huge problem with supporting Planned Parenthood.

“Everything is wrong with the picture that we would pay to kill innocent babies,” he tells OneNewsNow. “And the part that is so disgraceful is there are more black babies killed. How many great people have been killed because of their agenda to eliminate our babies?" 

Owens has previously complained of an Obama administration forcing the homosexual agenda on America and also the fact that liberals are turning the population toward becoming welfare dependent, especially those in the black community. CAAP has formed a grassroots group called Rise, calling on people of all races to rise up and change America from the bottom up.

“Top down, they’re doing everything to destroy America and African Americans especially,” Owens says. “The African Americans are helping us be destroyed for money. And you know in history it has always been on one side good, the gospel, and the other side greed. One rules - and in this case greed is ruling.”

Owens calls on people to go to the organization's website, sign up as a member of Rise, and then be prepared to rise and act.

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