A black pro-life organization is contending that it is “absurd” for African Americans to support Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in her White House bid as she, Planned Parenthood’s Cecile Richards and President Barack Obama continue their extremist pro-abortion Democratic campaign across the United States that ultimately victimizes blacks.
After completing a three-day, three-state tour, the Life Education and Resource Network (LEARN) has gotten its message across to thousands of Americans that Clinton, Planned Parenthood and two national institutions are honoring a racist – Planned Parenthood Founder Margaret Sanger.
Supporting their own destruction
During LEARN’s demonstrations that spanned from New Jersey to Washington, D.C., the black pro-life group asked black voters why they are turning a blind eye to the racist legacy of America’s abortion industry – and supporting a candidate who most closely reflects Sanger’s racially motivated ideals and goals.
"In an age of political correctness and racial sensitivity, how is it that Hillary Clinton proudly receives the Margaret Sanger award?” Rev. Dr. Clenard Childress asked black voters, according to LifeSiteNews.
Sanger’s racist motivation to push abortions on black communities was clearly witnessed in America 90 years ago.
“In May 1926, Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood and an outspoken advocate of eugenics, addressed the Ku Klux Klan’s women’s chapter, where she so impressed them that she received ‘a dozen invitations to speak to similar groups,’” LifeSiteNews’ Ben Johnson informed. “She launched an effort dubbed the Negro Project, which paid black leaders to promote the use of birth control and sterilization.”
Hillary supporting black genocide?
Despite Sanger’s clearly exposed racist agenda, Clinton has expressed that she idolized Sanger for her ideals.
“[I am] in awe of [Sanger’s] courage, her tenacity, her vision,” the then secretary of state proclaimed at Planned Parenthood’s gala back in 2009.
Childress sees blacks rallying behind Clinton and her campaign – with approximately nine out of 10 African Americans supporting Clinton in her run for president – as nothing less than sheer lunacy.
“How can a person seeking the highest office in the land not be demanded to return that award back to Planned Parenthood?” Childress asked. "How can African-Americans, especially, support such a candidate? It’s absurd!”
Blindly stepping into the cauldron
One of the key stops along LEARN’s three-state tour included a demonstration outside the National Portrait Gallery, which houses a portrait honoring Sanger.
“It was the group’s second major protest of the exclusive gallery’s decision to fete Sanger,” Johnson reported. “A coalition of pro-life groups led by the Family Research Center protested by letter, while another group held a press conference led by Brent Bozell of ForAmerica last September.”
Two stops at Planned Parenthood facilities in Pennsylvania and New Jersey were included on the pro-life organization’s protest tour last weekend. LEARN stressed that the so-called “pro-choice” movement, often dubbed as women’s reproductive health, has an underlying goal of targeting blacks in its population control agenda – a fact pro-life advocates often try to stress to black communities.
“More than one-third of all abortions are performed on black women, although African-Americans make up only 14 percent of the population, according to Michigan Right to Life,” Johnson impressed. “Despite its disproportionate impact, the National African American History Museum includes no discussion of the sterilization and abortion of the African-American community, such as those practiced by Planned Parenthood.”
Childress insists that blacks not recognizing their own genocide taking place in America is similar to people of Jewish descent ignoring the extermination of 6 million of their ancestors’ at the hands of Adolf Hitler during World War II.
“[The omission is] like the Jews not mentioning the Holocaust,” the reverend argued.
Rev. Dr. Johnny Hunter says that the National Portrait Gallery and the National African American History Museum’s reluctance to draw any attention to the fact that America’s abortion industry targets blacks is shameful.
“[Not acknowledging this tragic history means that the two institutions] are now covertly endorsing abortion and eugenics in America,” Hunter contends.
Crafting the eradication of black populations into a campaign slogan that champions so-called “women’s reproductive rights” is an abomination, according to Childress.
“African-Americans don't need another entity manipulating and contorting facts to fit their political agenda,” Childress asserts. “Let the people know the truth!"