For many Republicans, this is merely a reminder. But what happens when you ask a Democrat if they consider Planned Parenthood to be a white supremacist organization. They will vehemently disagree with any such notion. Nevertheless, a look at history and today’s reality of Planned Parenthood can only yield one possible conclusion: The people working there today may not be racists, but the numbers and history don’t lie about the organization itself. Planned Parenthood’s employees are working for a white supremacy organization, just as it was intended to be from its conception.
When the extremely racist Margaret Sanger started the organization, one of her goals was to reduce minorities in general and African-Americans in particular through eugenics. This isn’t a conspiracy theory. She may not have been like the truly hateful bigots of her time; even her meetings with the KKK were considered to be cordial. Her racism was eugenic in nature. She abhorred the “feeble-minded” and wanted to breed them out of existence. To help in her eugenic goals, she established Planned Parenthood.
Unfortunately, it’s working. Despite African-Americans accounting for around 12% of the population, over a third of abortions are committed against black babies.
These are both facts that are often suppressed by a legacy media that favors Planned Parenthood and the organization itself which wields its power to keep as many Americans in the dark as possible.
I may be adamantly pro-life, but even if I were pro-choice I’d have a very difficult time supporting an organization that targets minorities like Planned Parenthood. Abortion is one of the few “privileges” in which minorities make up a majority.
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