from Martin Fox, President, National Pro-Life Alliance
I frequently see political pundits and pro-abortion apologists wrapping the abortion issue in “social justice” as if that’s what the abortion issue is all about. But even if that were so, they should be on our side considering the racist undercurrent in the abortion movement.
But at least in some cases this thin veneer of “caring” wears off and we get a glimpse of a true coldness. One example of this is a video of abortion doctor Ron Virmani of Charlotte, NC.
Closely watch this 30 second clip. When approached by pro-lifers he becomes quite agitated and lets the cat out of the bag about his disdain for black babies.
Click here to see the video or watch below.
But this abortionist’s shocking mindset is not an isolated incident.
Virmani was in effect echoing Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg’s comment that Roe v. Wade was considered population control, “especially populations we don’t want too many of.”
And since the inception of the eugenics movement in the 1930’s, much of the abortion industry has been targeting the black community, placing their deadly mills in the middle of poor minority neighborhoods.
Yet we see politician after politician talk about their supposed support of social justice while at the same time backing legalized abortion, even knowing that minorities in particular are in the cross hairs of the abortion industry.
The fact is, National Pro-Life Alliance members know that all babies have value and are beautiful, no matter what color they are.
For Dr. Virmani black babies are “undesirable.” But could white or yellow babies at some time be considered undesirable by those in power?
Should any class, religion or race be considered undesirable?
As an answer to that question we as pro-lifers answer a resounding “No!”
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