Not all heroes wear capes, but some of them wear striped pantsuits while telling Planned Parenthood to stay away from their kids.
Despite Planned Parenthood’s eugenics and racist past, they still attempt to convince people that Margaret Sanger’s goal to reduce the Black population was either fictionalized or ancient history that no longer defines Planned Parenthood’s actual goals.
A recent video from X proves the point that neither is true. An unnamed school principal confronted Planned Parenthood representatives and stopped them from passing out pamphlets to students at the school. The video has 1.8 million views, 30,000 likes, 6,900 retweets, and numerous positive comments. Many applauded this principal for protecting her students, and it’s a model for the Black community to follow when protecting themselves and their preborn children from the abortion agenda.
Since Planned Parenthood’s inception, the Black community has long been targeted. It started first through Margaret Sanger’s “Negro Project,” a strategic plan to eliminate the Black population through birth control and abortion. Black lives never mattered to Planned Parenthood, and they never meant to.
Between 2021-2022, 33.4% of abortions were performed on Black women, and that’s only the abortions we know of. That’s higher than any other ethnicity and race in the United States. In recent years, Black leaders have been waking up to Sanger’s continued work and are opposing this targeted abortion scheme.
In October 2023, 100 Black pastors signed a letter condemning enshrining abortion into Ohio’s constitution.
The letter stated:
“Only 13 percent of Ohio’s population is Black, yet 48 percent of abortions undergone by residents of our state are performed on Black women — a tragic and difficult reality that our community cannot ignore. Even more alarming is the number of Black children — 20 million — who were killed in the womb between 1973 and the overturning of Roe v. Wade by the U.S. Supreme Court last June. That is enough to fill Ohio stadium more than 194 times.”
Let’s not forget 2020 when Students for Life of America (SFLA) painted “Black Pre-Born Lives Matter” as a part of the Black Preborn Lives Matter campaign and were arrested in Washington, D.C., or suing Planned Parenthood for using race riots to push abortion.
These are just a few ways to fight abortion in the Black community. The truth is, one doesn’t have to start a campaign, be a famous activist, be a part of a pro-life activism group, or be particularly religious. All one must do is be like this teacher – defend the children in your care from taking Planned Parenthood’s lies. Don’t defend views like Leslie Jones. Keep Planned Parenthood’s propaganda on puberty blockers and abortion pills out of the classroom and don’t let them use genitalia coloring books.
This principal is an example for anyone who’s pro-life and wants to protect their kids. Be willing to step up and always have something to say.
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