The recent attempt made by Hollywood to hail Margaret Sanger as an American hero and icon is not going unanswered.
The book, Terrible Virtue, written by Ellen Feldman pays tribute to Sanger and is now being turned into a movie directed by Ron Howard.
Sanger, who was honored by Nazi leader Adolf Hitler, was a eugenicist and is the founder of the organization that became the largest abortion business in the nation – and the world – Planned Parenthood. She made it a goal to limit the population of people who she considered to be inferior, causing her to target particular races.
Clenard Childress, who serves with LEARN as the assistant to its national director told OneNewsNow that he believes glorifying a racist is absolutely unconscionable.
“But this must have been the plan to do – thinking possibly Hillary Clinton was going to be in the White House – and right now, they had to go forth with their plans anyway to glorify – and also basically to vindicate – Planned Parenthood,” Childress contended.
No comment on this move to glorify Sanger has been heard from activists such as Jesse Jackson, Van Jones, Al Sharpton, and, the NAACP has remained silent over the issue.
“More or less, this really is going to expose black leadership that has failed the African-American community by their willingness [to allow a racist to be extolled] – and I know they will be silent on this,” Childress continued. “And we're going to expose them … we're going to expose this agenda to deceive America.”
Childress is already making plans to inform America about the true nature of Sanger, and he believes that the movie venture could possibly collapse on itself.