In Michigan, the three top Democrat elected officials, Gov. Whitmer, SOS Benson, and AG Nessel, are fighting for the passage of Proposition 3 like it’s the only thing that matters. If the proposition is passed in November, it would change Michigan’s constitution and forever give women and children (with no parental consent) the right to abort their full-term baby up to the moment it takes its first breath. With an economic crisis on the horizon, and one of the top auto manufacturers moving a massive facility to more business-friendly states, the ability to kill your baby is the single most important issue Democrat Governor Whitmer, SOS Benson, and AG Nessel are pushing.
Why are these three women and their fellow Democrat leaders in Washington, DC, so obsessed with killing babies? Could it be that they are simply carrying out the desires of Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger to exterminate black babies? Could it be that they simply don’t want more minority babies being born in America?
Here are a few interesting statistics that support the idea that voters should question the motives of Democrats who are singularly focused on pushing full-term and even unregulated abortion as a way to entice voters to support their election and re-election bids:
Right to Life of MI provides the following statistics:
More than 20 million Black babies have been aborted since the 1973 Roe v. Wade U.S. Supreme Court decision legalized abortion in our country.
38.4% of all reported abortions in the U.S. in 2019 were performed on Black women; however, only about 13.4% of the total population is Black.
African-Americans are no longer the nation’s largest minority group. Today, Hispanics have outpaced Blacks in population growth.
Instead of finding ways to help black women and girls to kill their children, shouldn’t we be finding compassionate ways to help support them and provide alternatives to keeping their children? The lyrics include talking about Biden’s “shortage of milk” as a reason for killing her baby. “I’m BDF, ni**a Baby Daddy Free, that means I ain’t gonna have a ni**a baby coming out of me!” and “I’ve got murder on my mind,” and “I’m only 25, so got a couple years to go…I don’t need a babysitter cuz this baby gotta go!”
The glorification of killing babies has reached a new low in America, as evidenced by this rapper who actually filmed a video about going to Planned Parenthood to “murder her baby.”
***WARNING***⚠️ The video is VERY explicit.
Woman raps in front of a Planned Parenthood with the words "I got murder on my mind" so she can be "baby daddy free." You're witnessing the death of an empire. pic.twitter.com/zFA6DV6Stt
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) October 6, 2022
The disregard for the life of a human being whom God placed in the womb of this woman (allegedly) is heartbreaking and sickening at the same time. The video is yet another example of the culture rot being promoted by Democrats and expressed in rap music and glorified on social media.
Abortion providers sell this violent act as a “cure” to unintended pregnancies. Women and men are told the babies in the womb are not “persons,” and that abortion does not kill a living human being. The same language used to discriminate against African Americans in the past is now being used to discriminate against unborn babies. Science, however, tells us that a unique, new human life begins at fertilization.
Why do Democrat lawmakers pretend to be on the side of minorities in America? Shouldn’t someone in the mainstream media ask them this important question?
For the “fact-checkers” that will attempt to tell you Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger didn’t really want to kill black babies. Here’s an excerpt feminist Gloria Steinem published in TIME’s attempt to soft-peddle her remarks:
As Gloria Steinem pointed out in a 1998 essay for TIME, Sanger’s embrace of the eugenics rhetoric may have been less a heartfelt belief than a political ploy to broaden birth control’s appeal. But even speaking the language of eugenics could be insidious. Steinem writes:
[Sanger] adopted the mainstream eugenics language of the day, partly as a tactic, since many eugenicists opposed birth control on the grounds that the educated would use it more. Though her own work was directed toward voluntary birth control and public health programs, her use of eugenics language probably helped justify sterilization abuse. Her misjudgments should cause us to wonder what parallel errors we are making now and to question any tactics that fail to embody the ends we hope to achieve.
In another portion of their article defending the actions of Margaret Sanger, TIME writes:
That’s not to say that Sanger didn’t also make some deeply disturbing statements in support of eugenics, the now-discredited movement to improve the overall health and fitness of humankind through selective breeding. She did, and very publicly. In a 1921 article, she wrote that “the most urgent problem today is how to limit and discourage the over-fertility of the mentally and physically defective.”
She was, of course, not alone in this viewpoint: In the 1920s and 1930s, eugenics enjoyed widespread support from mainstream doctors, scientists and the general public. Planned Parenthood officials are quick to note that, despite her thoughts on the idea in general, Sanger “uniformly repudiated the racist exploitation of eugenics principles.”
Yep…sure sounds like it. <insert eyeball roll here>