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Somehow, Ralph Northam is still the governor of Virginia.
Abortion advocates rushed to defend Northam after he endorsed infanticide on a recent radio interview. But when racist photos from his medical school yearbook page hit the internet, even staunch supporters called for his resignation.
The connection between racism and abortion is nothing new. After all, Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger was a notorious racist who even appeared at a speaking engagement for…the KKK.
“Birth control…means the release and cultivation of the better racial elements in our society, and the gradual suppression…of defective stocks–those human weeds which threaten the blooming of the finest flowers of American civilization.” –Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger
Northam’s term as governor appears safe for now. The two pro-abortion public officials in line to replace him are embroiled in sexual assault allegations and yet another racism scandal.
When faced with the threat of losing its grip on the Virginia Statehouse, the abortion industry isn’t quite so eager to see Northam resign.
On this week’s episode of the 40 Days for Life Podcast, we discuss the disgraced governor’s support for infanticide. Click here to listen.
Did Gov. Northam really call for infanticide? Were his remarks taken out of context? And why did the author of the extreme abortion bill that led to Northam’s remarks CANCEL a town hall meeting with her constituents?
There’s nobody better to answer these questions than our co-host, Matt Britton. A four-time elected prosecutor in Virginia, Matt has actually helped prosecute infanticide. Hear his unique insights on our latest podcast!
With the abortion industry aggressively working to expand late-term abortion and infanticide everywhere, the first–and most important–thing we should do is pray.
On March 6, the largest spring 40 Days for Life campaign in history begins in 377 cities around the world. Find your local vigil here, and help end abortion where you live.