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With Jones Ala. Win Black Women, Unborn Would Lose

With Jones Ala. Win Black Women, Unborn Would Lose
Democratic senatorial candidate Doug Jones speaks at a news conference, earlier this week, in Dolomite, Ala. (Brynn Anderson/AP)

Clarence V. McKee By Friday, 08 December 2017 10:59 AM Current | Bio | Archive

Alabama Senate Democratic candidate Doug Jones is the antithesis of almost everything that conservatives and Alabama voters believe in — especially the sanctity of life and the rights of the unborn.

He is joined at the hip with Planned Parenthood and abortion rights groups who have no respect for the right to life of the unborn or for those babies who make it to birth canal but are killed in so-called partial birth abortions.

His victory would allow Planned Parenthood, abortionists, and those who consider the unborn nothing more than a mass of tissue — regardless of heartbeat and movement — to raise the flag of victory in Alabama.

It would be a major victory for the abortion lobby and its allies nationwide!

As Dr. Alveda C. King, director of African-American Outreach for Priests for Life, niece of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and fellow Newsmax Insider has said, "Abortion is genocide . . . black Americans are being exterminated by the genocidal acts of abortion . . . blacks need jobs, not abortions."

Even the Rev. Jesse Jackson, before he was co-opted by the Democratic Party establishment and ran for President in 1984, told Jet Magazine in 1973, "Abortion is genocide."

According to a U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) report last year, the rate of abortion among black women is higher than among white women. While black women comprise only six percent of the nation’s population, they account for 35 percent of the reported abortions.

This has special implications for black voters in Alabama who make up over 25 per cent of the state’s population — especially black women and their unborn babies.

A Kaiser Family Foundation Report on legal abortions by race of women who obtained abortions in Alabama in 2013 showed that while white women abortions comprised 37 per cent of abortions, abortions to black women comprised 59 percent.

As we approach the 45th anniversary of the 1973 Supreme Court decision in Roe v. Wade, 410 U.S. 113 (1973) which made abortion legal nationwide, it's important to note that the pro-abortion rights Alan Guttmacher Institute has reported that there have been nearly 50 million abortions performed since that time.

Day Gardner, president of the National Black Pro-Life Union puts it in more real terms saying that of the 50 million children that have been killed by abortion — "17 million of them were black children."

She has written that abortion "has become the number one killer of black people in this country — killing more blacks than accidents, heart disease, stroke, crimes, HIV-AIDS and all other deaths . . . combined!"

To put the abortion picture in Alabama in perspective, a 2011 issue of the Alabama Policy Institute’s "Guide to the Issues" on abortion, says it all: "While the exact number of abortions performed in Alabama prior to their legalization in 1973 is unknown, more than 505,000 abortions have been performed since the Roe v. Wade decision. This total is double that of Birmingham’s current municipal population of 229,800."

Given that the Birmingham population last year was even less than in 2011, the figures are even more shocking. Put in a more graphic way, the number of babies killed by abortions in Alabama since Roe v. Wade would populate a city over twice the size of Birmingham.

Given these numbers, with the possibility of Alabama having an "abort at any time" advocate in the U.S. Senate — Doug Jones — you can bet that abortionists are sharpening the scalpels and forceps to plunge their abortion scissors deep into the heart of the Alabama anti-abortion community.

A Jones win would be a great victory for Planned Parenthood and its eugenics believing founder Margaret Sanger — and a big loss for black women — and their unborn babies.

Clarence V. McKee is president of McKee Communications, Inc., a government, political, and media relations consulting firm in Florida. He held several positions in the Reagan administration as well as in the Reagan presidential campaigns. He is a former co-owner of WTVT-TV in Tampa and former president of the Florida Association of Broadcasters. Read more of his reports — Go Here Now.

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A Doug Jones win would be a great victory for Planned Parenthood and its eugenics believing founder Margaret Sanger. It would be a big loss for black women, and their unborn babies.
planned parenthood, alveda c. king, jesse jackson
Friday, 08 December 2017 10:59 AM
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