Tiny Black Lives Matter

Amid the cacophony of voices screaming Black Lives Matter, I’ll add my two cents; Tiny Black Lives Matter.  I’ve been mainly off the grid the last few weeks, contemplating some major life decisions and trying to absorb the enormity of the growing terrorist threat to freedom loving people, and the growing threat to unborn children from the likes of Planned Parenthood.  It’s abundantly clear that the world’s largest abortion provider receives over $500 million every year from the U.S. taxpayers while killing over 300,000 unborn children.  It’s also quite clear that they harvest the body parts of their tiny victims for sale.

All the groups screaming that their lives matter have a voice to plead their case.  The 1 million unborn children killed every year in America’s abortion mills don’t.  About 600,000 of the children that die at the hands of America’s abortion industry every year are black.  I don’t see the Black Lives Matter folks talking about the hundreds of thousands of unborn black children they allow to be killed year in and year out. They’re content to distort the facts whenever a police officer, especially a white police officer, shoots a black criminal; but choose to say nothing as more black children are aborted in New York City than are allowed to be born.  It’s all about headlines for these clowns, and talking about young black men killing young black men in record numbers or the infanticide taking place against their race doesn’t have a place in their narrative.

If anyone considers me a racist or insensitive for these remarks, so be it.  I know in my heart that I’m not a racist, and everyone in my life that matters knows the same.  The race card has been overplayed by the Al Sharptons and Jesse Jacksons of the world.  They’ve made it nearly impossible for black Americans to express legitimate grievances and neither of these race hustlers has ever taken a stand for the lives of unborn black children.  Black lives matter; but no more or no less than white lives, brown lives, and unborn lives of any race or ethnicity.

The 600,000 black children that die every year by abortion are the future leaders and friends that my grandsons will never know.  Black, white, or otherwise, every child deserves to live.  The Black Lives Matter crowd has no credibility and will never have any until they speak out for the black children that are dying every day, at the hands of a blood-thirsty abortion industry.  If and when they speak out in defense of the unborn, I’ll stand shoulder to shoulder with them.

 

4 thoughts on “Tiny Black Lives Matter

  1. I agree %100 in what you just said in your recent blog “Tiny Black Lives Matter”! We have got to speak out for the unborn because they cant. I have been doing so for a long time. I am about to be the father of my 6th child and i pray over my children that they would fulfill Gods destiny for their lives!

  2. Reblogged this on Pro Life Pop Pop and commented:

    When I wrote the following piece last December, the goons at Black Lives Matter were promoting violence against police and advocating racial strife. I don’t doubt that some of their members are well intentioned, but most of them are just trying to cause trouble. I also know that none of them are saying anything about the thousands of black children that are killed every week in America’s abortion mills.

    Stirring up trouble for nothing other than a headline, or the opportunity to commit violent acts in the name of perceived injustice, is wrong. They know it, but they’ve been given their 15 minutes of fame and they’re making the most of it. President Obama and Hillary have pandered to Black Lives Matter as a matter of political correctness, and in doing so have conferred an aura of legitimacy to a radical organization hell bent on stirring up racial discord.

    I repeat my offer to Black Lives Matter. Speak out in defense of the hundreds of thousands of black children killed every year in America’s abortion mills and I will stand with you. I won’t be holding my breath.

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