A recent shocking Christian Post article, “Christian Planned Parenthood Executive Challenges Misconceptions About Nation’s Leading Abortion Provider” allows the new Chair of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Alexis McGill Johnson, to regurgitate a statistics-free litany of talking points. It was as though I was reading a press release directly from Planned Parenthood. Far from being “vilified” by prolife advocates, as the article indicates, Planned Parenthood has merely been exposed by historical, statistical and visual evidence that irrefutably reveals who and what Planned Parenthood truly is.
Essence Magazine has made it no secret that the nation’s largest abortion chain, Planned Parenthood, is its ally. The black media outlet has been given the Margaret Sanger award multiple times for promoting abortion.
Someone just received a nice shiny award from the nation’s largest abortion chain. It’s not every day that one can simultaneously celebrate racism and heap accolades on an organization (the NAACP) founded to eradicate it.
I love it when a pro-abortion mantra is proven to be a blatant lie. It’s especially gratifying when the source of the lie dispels its own myth.
Our question is…what’s the difference between the two? Liberal feminism celebrates “reproductive justice” which simply means more black babies are aborted than are born alive.
Wow! I hate that phrase. “Rapist’s child”, “rapist’s baby”, “rape baby”, or “product of rape”—all equally despicable, yet intentional, pejoratives used by abortion activists to debase those conceived in such horrid violence. As if these revilers had any control over the circumstances of their own conception, they stand as judge and executioner of human beings with the exact same cellular makeup.
Planned Parenthood is commemorating 98 years of killing by “celebrating” Black History Month. Black American history is a journey of a people who did everything possible to escape an institution of violence and death. Did our predecessors really risk everything to restore our human dignity for us to run into the arms of another industry that profits from violence and death? Did they fight for us to become members of this society through the hard-fought freedoms of the 13th, 14th and 15th Amendments for us to be dismembered by the millions through “reproductive freedom”?
My sisters were girl scouts. And they loved it. I remember how they would come home singing songs I’ve never heard, breaking into harmony, and laughing about some song about billboards and flow-through tea bags. Do-Si-Dos (my personal favorite) and other sugary goodness were a reminder of how sweet it was that my sisters were involved in Girl Scouts.