Rev. Clenard H. Childress, Jr. has called on the NAACP to denounce what he calls the most racist organization in America: Planned Parenthood.
Writing for LifeNews, Childress laments how the NAACP spends much of its time monitoring "the world for racist comments made by dignitaries" and none of its time to stopping abortion or calling out the racist organizations that perpetuate it.
Childress writes: "When informed and genuine advocates of the African American community see the devastating effects of eugenic policies perpetrated upon people-of-color, then learn the origins and racist comments as well as practices of the leading abortion provider Planned Parenthood, they are left baffled at the silence of America’s most prestigious defenders of civil rights."
To illustrate his point, the reverend cites several facts:
#1 – 1,786 African American children are killed each day by abortion.
#2 – Abortion is systemic and deliberate, and the leading provider of abortion in America is Planned Parenthood.
#3 – 52% of all African American pregnancies end in abortion.
#4 – Abortion is the most performed operation on a woman. It remains the least regulated medical procedure and is often completely ignored by health regulation enforcement.
#5 – Since the beginning of the eugenic plot to fraudulently produce the case of 'Roe VS Wade' to the Supreme Court in 1973 – where ironically five white males claimed "…they didn’t know where life began…" – a holocaust where over 20 Million African American children have been systematically annihilated by abortion and thus denied access to the American Dream.
Childress notes that this abortion "holocaust" did not begin with Roe v. Wade, but rather with Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger, who personally espoused racist and eugenic views. Sanger said such horrific things like "…colored people are human weeds and need to be exterminated… reckless breeders… spawning… human beings who never should have been born …"
In her book," Women and the New Race," Sanger also wrote, "The most merciful thing that a large family does to one of its infant members is to kill it."
The Left will go to great lengths to defend Sanger's legacy as they try to contextualize her past statements and actions, but they can never escape the darkness that shadows her legacy, recorded by Sanger herself.
Amidst a mountain of evidence, and in the face of black babies dying in abortion mills daily, the NAACP remains silent, Childress says, and that silence needs to end.