The Planned Parenthood abortion business has priorities. Babies must be killed.
But if it were seen as supporting racism that would be problematic for the nation’s biggest abortion business. So, because Governor Ralph Northam of Virginia was shown in a racist photo appearing in either black face or a KKK Hood, the Planned Parenthood abortion company wants him to resign.
Interestingly, the abortion business did not call on Northam to resign after he supported infanticide earlier this week.
The pro-abortion Democrat governor who defended infanticide is now facing massive criticism after a photo emerged that appears to show Virginia Democrat Governor Ralph Northam appearing in a photograph that shows him and someone else dressed up in a KKK hood and in blackface.
The photo, from Northam’s 1984 yearbook at Eastern Virginia Medical School, and was shows “two people, one wearing white Ku Klux Klan robes and a hood, the other with his face painted black.”
Northam apologized for the photo but would not say which person in it is him and would not agree to heed calls for his resignation.
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The Planned Parenthood abortion business, which gave Northam $3 million, is only now calling him to step down.
Planned Parenthood’s patients, and all Virginians, deserve better than a leader who has embraced such racist and offensive behavior. Planned Parenthood Advocates of Virginia calls on @GovernorVA to resign. 1/2
— PPAVirginia (@PPAVirginia) February 2, 2019
Northam not only defended a bill in the state legislature that would legalize abortions up to birth – even if the mother is dilated — he defended infanticide during a radio show today.
Northam apparently thinks it’s okay to kill a baby once the infant is fully delivered.
“If a mother is in labor…the infant would be delivered. The infant would be kept comfortable. The infant would be resuscitated if that’s what the mother and the family desired, and then a discussion would ensue between the physicians and mother,” he said.
Later Northam doubled down on his support for infanticide via s spokesman, who essentially said the governor was only talking about infanticide in cases of disabled babies.