A recent article in The Christian Post, Christian Planned Parenthood Executive Challenges Misconceptions About Nation’s Leading Abortion Provider, interviewed the new Chair of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Alexis McGill Johnson, where she regurgitated a statistics-free litany of talking points. It was as though I was reading a press release directly from Planned Parenthood.
Far from being “vilified” by prolife advocates, as the article indicates, Planned Parenthood has merely been exposed by historical, statistical and visual evidence that irrefutably reveals who and what Planned Parenthood truly is.
No seeming amount of beneficence, such as breast cancer screenings, STD treatments and (alleged) general health care, makes up for the nearly 1,000 killings that happen in Planned Parenthood centers every day. An organization steeped in eugenic racism and elitism has no defense for the violence it commits against the defenseless. If claiming to be Christian is worthy of giving journalistic space on The Christian Post, wouldn’t the same apply to the KKK? It claims to be Christian, too.
Ms. Johnson claims that prolife efforts are the same as those that brought us “poll taxes and literacy tests.” Democrats were the party of slavery, of separate-but-equal, of lynchings, of the KKK, and that unanimously voted against every Republican-crafted civil rights bill (up until 1957). They were also the party of eugenics-based poll taxes and literacy tests. Today, Democrats are the party of abortion-on-demand without any restrictions and forced taxpayer-funded contraception without any parental involvement.
More black babies are aborted than are born alive in NYC, home of Planned Parenthood, yet Ms. Johnson and her abortion allies consider this “reproductive justice”. It’s not surprising that a Planned Parenthood executive perverts history, at an event sponsored by the National Action Network, to suit a twisted political agenda. She wants to invoke racism yet works for an organization that was birthed in it. She even made sure to pull the pathetic race card by accusing prolife efforts to protect women and children were because of “hatred of the President”. Desperation anyone? My passion, as a biracial individual just like Ms. Johnson, to protect human life has nothing to do with how I feel about any politician and everything to do with how I regard the dignity of all human life.
Ms. Johnson also asserted in the article that the biggest misconception about Planned Parenthood was that “abortion is the only thing that we do.”
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SOURCE: The Christian Post
Ryan Bomberger is an adoptee and adoptive father. He is also the Co-founder of The Radiance Foundation, which launched the first public billboard/web ad campaign (www.TooManyAborted.com) exposing abortion’s hugely disproportionate impact in the black community.