WASHINGTON, DC: Planned Parenthood has fired its director, former emergency room physician Dr. Leana Wen, after only eight months on the job. Wen wanted to make Planned Parenthood more about women’s health issues, its stated purpose, and less about abortion. The abortion body parts scandal under her disgraced predecessor, Cecile Richards, decimated fundraising.
Planned Parenthood blamed Wen for attempting to make the organization more palatable to the public in the wake of widespread condemnation and disgust. According to Wen, “The new board leadership has determined that the priority of Planned Parenthood moving forward is to double down on abortion rights advocacy”. They fired her for attempting to move the organization away from political activism to a focus on women’s health. She forgot, again in Wen’s words, that “Our core mission is providing, protecting and expanding access to abortion and reproductive health care.”
Killing babies with taxpayer money
Planned Parenthood has a budget of almost $1.5 billion dollars a year. One-third of that comes from the Federal Government, that is, the taxpayers.
Planned Parenthood is the largest provider of abortion services in America. In 2015, there were 638,000 abortions in the United States. In 2018, Planned Parenthood was responsible for over 50 percent, or over 328,000 abortions. That is an increase from 321,000 in 2017. The vast majority of fetuses aborted by Planned Parenthood were black or Hispanic.
In New York City last year, more black children were aborted than were born alive. Most were aborted by Planned Parenthood. The drive to abort overrode any concern about the implications of wiping out a generation of black children.
Margaret Sanger: Racist eugenist founder of Planned Parenthood
Planned Parenthood comes by its disregard for this destruction naturally. Margaret Sanger, Planned Parenthood’s founder, was a racist eugenist who believed black people were inferior to whites. Planned Parenthood was created to rid the world of those they considered inferior beings. Like the Third Reich, they took an animal science approach to the human species: Thin the herd to improve the breed.
Abortion was determined to be a right 1973 when Roe vs. Wade set the stage for an abrupt expansion of the extermination of unborn children in America. Since 1973, over 50 million abortions have been performed in the United States.
Black Genocide in America: 19 million abortions since 1973
Over 19 million black children have been aborted since 1973. Black women account for 36 percent of all abortions, though blacks only make up 13 percent of the population. The most dangerous place for a black child in America is in the womb.
It’s hard to look at these statistics and see anything but a black genocide perpetrated by Planned Parenthood and the abortion lobby of the Democratic Party. It is the racist genocide of our times, masquerading as the exercise of fundamental human rights.
But abortion is baby killing, plain and simple. Anyone who says otherwise is a liar or is completely deluded. The impact on the black community, in addition to 19 million fewer lives, is to make abortion the leading cause of death among blacks in America.
Abortion is the leading cause of death for black Americans.
It kills more than violence or cancer. Abortion kills more black Americans than AIDS, heart disease, diabetes, or car accidents. More black Americans have died from abortion since 1973 than every other cause of death combined.
The abortion rate for black women is four times the rate for white women. Every day, over 900 black babies are aborted. In New York City, where Planned Parenthood is headquartered, there are 1180 abortions of black children for every 1000 live births.
Democrats: Abortion on demand until and after birth
Yet Planned Parenthood continues to receive overwhelming support from the Democratic Party. It is supported by black politicians like Stacey Abrams in Georgia. Andrew Cuomo in New York recently signed an abortion rights bill that allows abortions up to the moment of birth.
Democrat Ralph Northam of Virginia discussed the infanticide of a baby born alive as if it were a routine procedure. Black genocide, selling body parts and outright infanticide bring the reality of baby-killing in America into grim focus.
The realities of the abortion industry and the taxpayer-subsidized extermination of the black population have been smothered under Democratic chants of “women’s autonomy” and “reproductive rights”. But what about the rights of the unborn child? At what point does a fetus get constitutional protection?
Bring in the 14th Amendment to protect unborn children
Fourteenth Amendment rights for fetuses who have reached viability is the next chapter in the ongoing war over abortion in America. Heartbeat laws and other challenges to Roe v. Wade are proliferating. Democrats who insist that we use science to deal with climate change are remarkably silent about the science of abortion.
Fetal viability outside the womb currently occurs at 22 to 26 weeks. The unborn can feel pain at 20 weeks. To claim that abortion past those points should be normal betrays a monstrous disregard for suffering.
Politics and abortion: Ignoring science and genocide
The issue has been politicized by the Democratic abortion lobby, and now it’s one of the most polarizing issues in American politics. At some point, the black community and its leaders must rise up against the genocide of black babies. America need to wake up to the killing of all babies.
Abortion rights, if they must exist, should be limited to the first four months of pregnancy, before the unborn can feel the pain of the procedure. After that, only extreme medical circumstances could justify an abortion. If after four months an abortion is elective surgery, it should be banned.
Because that fetus is now becoming a being capable of independent life. It’s able to enjoy the warmth of a caress and feel the agony of dismemberment. Science tells us this. Will Democrats acknowledge those facts with the same enthusiasm they embrace the science of climate change?
Facts are facts, even when they are inconvenient. The fact of abortion after 20 weeks is that it is agonizing for the unborn child, and that unborn child can either live outside the womb or is on the cusp of viability.
You have four months to kill your baby.
The national consensus will eventually decide that abortion should be limited to the first four months of pregnancy. That seems like a reasonable compromise, though it doesn’t address the issue of Planned Parenthood’s focus on minority communities.
Nor does it address why a political advocacy organization should get $500 million of taxpayer money every year.
Dr. Leanna Wen discusses her ouster from Planned Parenthood
In an op-ed piece in the NY Times, Dr. Leana Wen made clear that she was attempting to move Planned Parenthood toward emphasizing women’s health over abortion services. Wen’s goal was to depoliticize the organization and broaden its support and appeal. That was clearly a bridge too far.
The knives were out for Wen. The baby killing comes first.
It is Planned Parenthood that is responsible for leaking Wen’s refusal to use “trans-inclusive language”. That she resisted expanding Planned Parenthoods mission to assist the trans community with transition services, hormone therapy, and trans abortions. It was typical that a political advocacy organization focus on a trendy political rationale for her firing rather than on women’s health issues.
Ending the genocide of children: there has to be a limit
Abortion should not be an instrument of culling the underclass. Or about eliminating the next generation of black children. Yet that is what is has become. The Black Genocide of American children has taken 19 million black lives in 46 years. 50 million aborted babies in all. 50 million lives. That is nothing for America to be proud of.
At some point, the taxpayer funding of Black Genocide must come to an end. Planned Parenthood, if it survives at all, will have to do so on its own funding. Abortion laws in America will have to reflect the science of fetal development.
When the 14th amendment is applied to the unborn children of America, then millions of innocent babies about to be sliced and diced will be spared a gruesome death. In all cases, the genocide of black and Hispanic babies in America is a stain on our national legacy that might make Margaret Sanger proud but should leave the rest of us appalled and ashamed.