Despite Planned Parenthood's attempts to backpedal and disavow its racist history, its actions prove otherwise.
Abortion-induced deaths of the unborn in the Black community are 69 times higher than HIV deaths, 31 times higher than (all other) homicides, 3.6 times higher than cancer-related deaths and 3.5 times higher than deaths caused by heart disease. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that 117,626 Black children were killed by surgical abortion in the U.S. in 2018, and these deaths accounted for 33.6% of the total abortions that year.
Planned Parenthood commits 40% of abortions in the United States, which includes death by abortion of an estimated 247 Black babies per day. Yet the abortion giant states via social media that "Black lives matter" and that justice must be achieved "for all of Black America."
In one study, "Perceiving and Addressing the Pervasive Racial Disparity in Abortion," authored by researchers with the Charlotte Lozier Institute, using abortion reporting data from the CDC, found that, despite incomplete reporting—particularly from states with large populations of minority women that perform significant numbers of abortions—"Black women have been experiencing abortions at a rate nearly four times that of white women for more than 30 years ... The evidence is clear that for many decades Black children in the United States have not had, and do not have today, an equal opportunity to survive until birth," the researchers said.
Dr. James Sherley, one of the study's authors, wrote in an op-ed in the Washington Times, "Abortion is the hushed killer of Black life that has silenced millions of George Floyds before they even took their first breath of air. Yet, in this remarkable moment of social reform history, the lives of Black preborn children have been forgotten."
Planned Parenthood brutally ended the lives of a record number 354,871 unborn babies via abortion during its 2019-2020 fiscal year. That is an increase of 9,199 compared to the previous year, according to its latest annual report. Planned Parenthood performed an average of 972 abortions each day in the United States and brought in more than $1.64 billion in revenue. That means the revenues from one of the nation's most profitable "non-profits" outweighed expenses by $69.7 million.
So, if Johnson is committed to ending racism and "changing" their operations, does that mean Planned Parenthood will no longer commit abortions of Black, Hispanic, Asian, Caucasian, or for that matter, any children?
Liberty Counsel represents Sandra Merritt, who along with colleague David Daleiden, the founder of Center for Medical Progress, produced videos in 2015 exposing Planned Parenthood's trade in aborted baby body parts after a 30-month undercover operation. The videos showed Planned Parenthood executives haggling over prices of aborted baby body parts and discussing how they change abortion procedures to obtain more intact organs.
Does Johnson's commitment to ending racism and "changing" their operations also mean that Planned Parenthood will no longer traffic the body parts of those children?
Liberty Counsel founder and chairman Mat Staver said, "Planned Parenthood continues Margaret Sanger's legacy of murdering unborn children based on their race, sex, and disability. The Planned Parenthood leadership can make excuses or apologize for Sanger's racist actions, but until Planned Parenthood ends the murder and trafficking of innocent children of all races, mere lip service is meaningless. Planned Parenthood remains the legacy of its racist founder whose mission was to eliminate 'undesirable' humans by depriving them of the right to life."
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