Bomberger blasts abortion giant for its favorite target

Tuesday, February 12, 2019
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pregnant African-American womanThe abortion rate among New York minorities remains high and a reason for that remains the same: the targeting of black mothers.  

OneNewsNow has reported in the past that more black babies are aborted in New York than are born, but pro-life leader Ryan Bomberger of the Radiance Foundation says those figures have improved.

"What we do see, though, in the last few years is there has been a decline in the total number of abortions," he reports. "And for the first time in 2016, the number of aborted is now actually lower than the number born alive."


The statistics show 994 black babies are aborted for every 1,000 born, which Bomberger says is still 4.4 times higher than the white population.

It's no wonder, he says, that abortion rates are higher among blacks when eugenics-oriented organizations such as Planned Parenthood advertise to black women that an abortion is much safer than giving birth.

"That is very specific targeting using junk science to market death to the community that experiences actually the most," Bomberger complains. "So it's tragic but it's not a mystery when you understand who and what Planned Parenthood was and who they continue to be."

The country's largest abortion provider, he adds, has yet to separate itself from its eugenic and racist past, and more black pastors should stop being silent about it and start speaking up.   

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