Planned Parenthood Federation of America
1110 Vermont Ave. NW
Washington, D.C. 20005
Attn: Cecile Richards
December 2, 2014
Just when I thought I’d seen it all, out comes Planned Parenthood tweeting #BlackLivesMatter. This comes from an organization that has murdered millions of black children since 1973. Planned Parenthood’s founder, Margaret Sanger, had as her primary goal, the extermination of the black race. She referred to blacks as “human weeds.”
Here are a few more facts that I’m sure you know, but many of my readers may not be aware of. The number one cause of death for black people in America is abortion. 75% of Planned Parenthood’s clinics are within walking distance of minority neighborhoods. 64% of all the babies killed in America’s abortion mills are black or ethnic minorities. Blacks represent about 14% of the U.S. population. Had Planned Parenthood never opened its doors, blacks would represent about 36% of our population. In New York City during calendar year 2012, 31,300 black children were aborted and 21,700 were allowed to be born.
Ms. Richards, black lives do matter. Every black child is just as priceless as every other child. Every black child deserves the opportunity to be born and to make the most of its life; the same opportunity you and I were given. To your credit, Planned Parenthood no longer discriminates when it comes to killing children. You’ll kill any child of any race as long as you get paid.
America’s first black President is Planned Parenthood’s most vocal cheerleader. The woman hoping to be America’s first female President was a recipient of the Margaret Sanger Award. In her acceptance speech she referred to Margaret Sanger as “a great visionary.” Ms. Richards, I have zero tolerance for hypocrites and the clueless political class that worships at the altar of America’s abortion industry. You and they will say and do anything to keep the abortion industry flush with cash and overflowing with the bodies of dead babies.
Ms. Richards, every life matters, be it black, white, or whatever. Since this letter will never make it to your desk, I can only hope that the person in your office who drew the short straw and has to read letters from people like me, will take a few moments to think about the people who sign his or her paycheck. I hope they ask themselves if they want to make a living working for the largest child killing organization in the world. I hope they will reflect on the fact that every 26 seconds, as they read this letter, another unborn child will die at the hands of America’s abortion industry.
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