Liberals Claim Pro-Life People are White Supremacists, But They Support Killing Black Babies in Abortions

Opinion   |   Micaiah Bilger   |   Jan 26, 2022   |   5:39PM   |   Washington, DC

The pro-abortion movement desperately wants to paint pro-lifers as white supremacists to cover up its own long history of racism.

So, when a small group of white supremacists showed up at the March for Life last week in Washington, D.C., their friends in the leftist media plastered headlines everywhere falsely linking hatred against black people with the pro-life movement.

In a piece at NBC News, abortion activists Renee Bracey Sherman and Lizz Winstead pooh-poohed the March for Life statements denouncing the white supremacists with claims that the pro-life movement and racism go hand in hand.

“Let’s be real: Patriot Front and other white nationalists groups don’t crash the March for Life’s party. They show up because the March for Life’s message resonates with them,” Sherman and Winstead wrote. “And it’s clear that plenty of the March for Life’s attendees are at least open to listening to these white nationalist groups’ ideas.”


They slammed speakers at the march for “appropriat[ing] social justice language, claiming that the anti-abortion rights movement is one of love, ‘equality in the womb’ and ‘pro-life is pro-woman.’” However, they conveniently ignored several speakers who did not fit their narrative, including African American pro-life advocate Toni McFadden and a woman with Down syndrome named Katie Shaw.

“And we’ve watched as they misuse Martin Luther King Jr.’s quotes in memes to promote themselves as saviors for Black babies online while palling around with white nationalists offline,” Sherman and Winstead continued.

Apparently,  Sherman and Winstead think they know more about the civil rights leader’s beliefs than his own niece, a pro-life leader and frequent speaker at the March for Life. Dr. Alveda King said her uncle would have been pro-life.

“If Martin Luther King’s dream is to live, our babies must live,” she said. “We have been fueled by the fires of women’s rights. What about the rights of the baby who is artificially breached? We can’t sit idly by and allow legal murder.”

King and other black pro-life leaders believe abortion is the civil rights issue of today because it denies unborn babies their right to life and especially targets unborn black babies.

Since 1973, about 63 million unborn babies have been aborted, approximately 20 million of whom were black.

While abortions hurt families of every race and color, black Americans have a disproportionately high number of abortions compared to other racial groups. Census data indicates that African Americans make up about 13 percent of the U.S. population, but they have nearly 40 percent of all abortions. And New York City health statistics show that more African American babies are aborted in the city than are born most years.

Unborn babies with disabilities like Down syndrome frequently are targeted for abortions, too, as are unborn baby girls.

The truth is really the reverse of what Sherman, Winstead and other abortion activists claim. It is the pro-abortion movement that treats some human beings as lesser. Implied within their beliefs is the notion that women are lesser than men because they can get pregnant and they need surgery or drugs that kill their unborn babies if they want to be equal. Worse, abortion activists believe that unborn babies are not valuable at all if they are unwanted or disabled or just inconvenient.

In contrast, anti-discrimination is at the heart of the pro-life movement. Our movement is centered around the fundamental belief that every human life is valuable, from conception to natural death, no matter what their race or culture, sex or abilities.