Sometimes the lead says it all

Note the wording of this lead paragraph (H/T LiveAction on Facebook). I think it says a good deal more than the reporter intended.

"An abortion doctor who catered to minorities, immigrants and poor women was charged with eight counts of murder in the deaths of a patient and seven babies who were born alive and then killed with scissors, prosecutors said Wednesday."

But -- but -- he catered to minorities, immigrants, and poor women! That in itself is enough to sanctify anyone! It's for the sake of those communities that even some Christians are willing to compromise on the abortion issue. How could a guy who cared about these communities do something so evil?

. . . How, indeed?


ya know...
That's the crime of it. These abortion people set up in poor communities and present dead end options to folks who are trapped.

What if someone said right out loud that they wanted to eliminate minorities, immigrants and poor people by killing them. We would get shouts of Holocaust and protests and marches on Washington but instead it's portrayed as a womans choice.

When is Dr Kings daughter going to start getting some traction in her fight against the BLACK GENOCIDE that is being foisted on America? If the number of abortions for black women is the same as the number of live births... well that's a whole lot lower than the 2.1 required to maintain a culture. So in essence we will soon run out of black people. The ones who will make our society better in a thousand different ways. Is that what they really want? It's what Dewey and Singer wanted.

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