Planned Parenthood’s Ironic Tweet: “None Are Safe Until We All Can be Free From Violence”

National   Micaiah Bilger   Aug 10, 2016   |   6:14PM    Washington, DC

Planned Parenthood goes out of its way to let Black Americans know that it stands with the Black Lives Matter movement, but it’s motives are anything but honorable.

While the abortion chain publicly condemns the violent shooting deaths of several young Black men, it privately and violently kills more unborn Black babies in abortions than any other group in the U.S.

This week, pro-lifers called out the abortion giant’s hypocrisy after it posted a message on Twitter about shooting violence against African Americans.

On Tuesday, Planned Parenthood tweeted:

Cecile Richards, president of the abortion business, posted a similar tweet:

Pro-lifers responded to the tweet in droves. The post attracted so many comments that Planned Parenthood decided to delete and repost it a second time in an attempt to get rid of the comments, according to the Daily Wire.

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Pardes Seleh explained:

The tweet urged for “justice” for attempted cop killer Michael Brown, who was shot by a cop in 2014 in Ferguson Missouri, and linked it to a woman’s “right” to eliminate her unborn child, along with an article titled, “The Murder of Black Youth Is a Reproductive Justice Issue.”

The article discusses the “murder” of young black men with regard to reproductive “rights,” claiming that the pain of a mother losing her child to a cop shooting is similar to the pain of an “overwhelmed mother of three” who wants an abortion. Both the right to have children and to “not have children” should be regarded as feminist issues, the article claims.

Because the pain of the mother of a gang member who was shot by cops equals the pain of a mother who can’t wait to get rid of her baby, according to Planned Parenthood’s supposed feminist theory.

Red State’s Brandon Morse also wrote a column pointing out how two-faced the abortion giant is.

“Planned Parenthood’s faux concern for children and babies begins and ends with how politically expedient it is to be concerned,” Morse wrote. “For instance, the organization was suddenly outraged when Donald Trump kicked a baby out of his rally. Don’t get me wrong, I made fun of Trump for it too, but I’m not the one in the business of kicking babies out of wombs.”

Later, he added, “The hypocrisy is so obvious that it’s actually scary that more haven’t caught on.”

Planned Parenthood has both political and financial motives behind its messaging. The abortion chain wants to appear unified with African Americans because it wants to gain their trust – and their business. Abortions are disproportionately high in the Black community; abortions also are Planned Parenthood’s big money-maker.

Research shows that African American women are nearly three-times as likely to have an abortion as Caucasian women, and Planned Parenthood knows it. According to a 2012 study by Protecting Black Life, 79 percent of Planned Parenthood buildings are within walking distance of African American or Hispanic/Latino communities.

Planned Parenthood may say that it opposes violence against young African Americans, but its business plan shows otherwise. All its talk about how Black Lives Matter is nothing more than a marketing tool to disguise the violence it commits against unborn African Americans every day.

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