The Impact of Abortion on the Black Community
Faith and Freedom with Liberty Counsel’s Mat Staver and BarbWire’s Matt Barber… An 11-minute weekday radio program discussing hot topics in the area of religious liberty, the sanctity of human life and the family.
Dr. Alveda King is the niece of the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and she has been a very strong advocate for the sanctity of human life. She is a powerful voice within our country, standing up for those who cannot speak for themselves.
Mat Staver: Matt, several years ago, shockingly there were 17,000 aborted babies that were found in a dumpster outside a pathology laboratory in Los Angeles, California. Of those 17,000 aborted babies, 12,000 to 15,000 were observed to be black, that is by a social worker and civil rights leader.
This is an outrage, this is part and parcel of Planned Parenthood. Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood, was a eugenist. She believed in creating a super race, just like Adolf Hitler. They wanted to purify the races. So therefore they wanted to have certain races sterilized or given birth control so they would not propagate. They wanted to ultimately abort those that did propagate so that you could have a super race of what they would consider to be desirable people.
And that’s why Planned Parenthood located their abortion clinics right in the heart of predominantly black communities, because that was one of the target areas of Planned Parenthood and Margaret Sanger.
Matt Barber: And listen to the statistics. Margaret Sanger’s goal, the eugenics goal of “culling out the negro race” as she called it. You know Margaret Sanger spoke regularly at various KKK rallies. This woman was a white supremacist. According to the CDC in 2010, Mat, between 2007 to 2010 nearly 36% of all abortion deaths in the United States were black babies.
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