Black churchgoers in Virginia are being urged to listen carefully for what Kamala Harris won’t say when she urges them to vote for pro-abortion Democrat Terry McAuliffe this fall.
For example, she will not say how McAuliffe supports barbaric partial-birth abortions. Nor will she mourn the 20 million unborn black babies who have been killed in abortions since Roe v. Wade, former Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill wrote this week in a column at The Federalist.
Hill, a pro-life Republican, said Harris will not address the real problems facing the black community, including increasing crime and abortions.
“While the Democrat Party, led by Biden and Harris, tries to mandate this country further and further into a socialist agenda, it’s the black community who constantly gets the shaft from these same Democrat politicians who promise them the moon, the sun, and the stars every election cycle,” Hill wrote.
His response came after CNN broke the news that Harris recorded a video message supporting McAuliffe to air in black churches. The video will be played “during morning services” in more than 300 black churches in the state leading up to the Nov. 2 gubernatorial election, according to CNN. Many have raised serious concerns that the video violates federal law. Churches and other 501(c)(3) organizations are prohibited from “engaging in any political campaign activity.”
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Hill said black voters should be concerned about Harris ignoring the plight of abortion in the black community, too.
“I hope the church is paying careful attention to what Vice President Harris is not saying,” Hill wrote. “She won’t talk about the generations of black youngsters, children and even grandchildren of the black babies aborted, who themselves were never born thanks to Democrats’ staunch advocacy for a procedure that targets black women.”
Hill pointed out how abortion disproportionately harms the black community. Though only 13 percent of the U.S. population is black, black women have 36 percent of all abortions, he said, citing census data.
Democrat politicians’ stance on abortion is radical and out of touch with churchgoers, too, Hill continued.
“Democrats in Virginia believe it’s not only legal but acceptable to allow babies born alive to be kept comfortable and simply die out after birth. This can never be the position of the church in America, whether it be black or white,” he wrote.
Hill urged voters to pay careful attention to candidates’ values as they consider who to vote for in November.
He said every Christian, black and white, recognizes “the need for a great awakening that will restore America as one nation under God, dedicated to justice and mercy and committed to loving our neighbors.” But Democrat politicians like Harris and McAuliffe are leading America down the opposite path, he said.
“[T]he vice president and the Democrat Party go out of their way to insist that America be a nation that does not honor its Creator, the importance of family, and the role of fathers and men in shaping the character of young boys,” Hill wrote.
The Virginia gubernatorial election is Nov. 2. McAuliffe is a radical pro-abortion Democrat who supports abortions without limits, including partial-birth abortions. Republican candidate Glenn Youngkin is pro-life.