How Planned Parenthood warps the language of civil rights to target Black women

Oh, the hypocrisy.

2020 has been a year where those on the political left have constantly been calling on society to hold a person’s colour above their character, forsake the common sense belief that all lives matter, and unite against anyone (and anything) they decide is systemically racist.

So why then, are there no Black Lives Matter protests or leftist social justice cancel mobsters uniting to call for the demise of Planned Parenthood, one of the most systemically racist organizations there is?

In June, Planned Parenthood’s Greater New York division issued a long-overdue, watered down acknowledgment of the organizations eugenics core, when they wrote that “Planned Parenthood was founded by a racist white woman.

But I think “racist” is an understatement, considering Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger’s life mission was to rid the world of certain humans, including black people, and that doing so through birth control “means the release and cultivation of the better elements in our society.”

Yet some believe it’s not just the organizations founder that was out to make black people extinct. The National Black Pro-Life Coalition has filed a racial discrimination claim against Planned Parenthood, asserting they have been targeting Black women and babies for nearly half a century.

To get more insight on the claim, I sat down to interview Catherine Davis.

Davis is a civil rights leader and the founder and president of The Restoration Project, and has partnered with the National Black Pro-Life Coalition to assert their views on this issue.

Watch my video to hear what Davis has to say!

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