Michigan resident: This state is Trump country
More than one current election poll shows Joe Biden leading Donald Trump in the important swing state of Michigan but a conservative activist insists the voters will prove otherwise on Election Day.
Planned Parenthood's new CEO is determined to keep the organization on track as the biggest abortion conglomerate in the nation.
Alexis McGill Johnson (pictured), who served as temporary head of Planned Parenthood after Dr. Leana Wen was fired, has now been named the organization's permanent CEO.
"Alexis McGill Johnson is a black woman who is put in place at this time to try to manage the awful publicity that Planned Parenthood is getting over their killing of black babies, over their racist operation of their facility," responds Jim Sedlak of the American Life League.
Planned Parenthood New York recently fired its executive director because of alleged rampant racism.
"She reports herself that she got involved with Planned Parenthood because she saw a billboard that said the most dangerous place for a black child is in his mother's womb, and she got so outraged at that, because she didn't want anybody taking away from black women their ability to kill their babies, that she joined Planned Parenthood," Sedlak details about Johnson.
She is wealthy and was advanced to the board of directors, and according to Planned Parenthood, she is a lifelong activist. So Sedlak expects the war on African-American women and their babies to continue and for the organization to be heavily involved in getting pro-abortion politicians in office.
While Johnson maintains that abortion is merely basic healthcare, Planned Parenthood reported a record 345,627 abortions last year and $1.6 billion in revenue. Meanwhile, its patient numbers and actual health services, including cancer screenings, well-women exams, and birth control, have been dropping steadily. During the coronavirus shutdowns, some of its facilities were open for abortions only.
Meanwhile, 36% of abortions in America end the lives of black babies, though African-Americans represent about 11% of the population.
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